Bucks County
River View at Lambertville Station


Trade in that breakfast cereal and PB&J at lunch for a hearty brunch that will satisfy your stomach all-day-long. Many of Bucks County's finest restaurants offer weekend brunch specials, the best of both worlds.

  • The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm, the former home of Pulitzer Prize-winning writer George S. Kaufman, is now one of the area's best bed and breakfast inns. The dining room is open to the public for weekend brunch, and offers unique twists on breakfast favorites, including the lemon ricotta pancakes.
  • Make brunch a special occasion and treat yourself to fine Italian dining at Bella Tori at the Mansion in Langhorne. Every Sunday this grand Victorian home features brunch buffet that incorporates breakfast favorites like French toast and cheese blintzes with traditional Italian pasta and dessert.
  • Experience "the jewel of the Delaware," the Black Bass Hotel. This riverside restaurant in scenic Lumberville offers a four-course Sunday Champagne Brunch. Choose from traditional items like steak and eggs or try something a little different, like the Charleston shrimp and grits in tomato cream sauce.
  • Founded in 2006, Blue Moose Restaurant & Café is Bucks County’s first youth-run restaurant! Try one of their “fa-moose sandwiches” like the Pearl S. Buck or Alicia Moore and don’t forget to pair it with their “bells and whistles!
  • Served every Sunday for a set price, The Buck Hotel offers an expansive brunch buffet.  Between their chocolate fountain, fabulous seafood raw bar with clams and oysters and their hot carving station, this brunch will be sure to satisfy all.
  • Caleb's American Kitchen is a New American restaurant owned by Chef Caleb Lentchner, former executive chef and general manager of New Hope's Marsha Brown and his wife, Carol Ann Della Penna. They offer an extensive Sunday brunch menu including breakfast tacos and quesadillas, CDP California Cobb salad, Thanksgiving roast turkey and more!
  • If “hot pastrami, balsamic onions and gruyere on pumpernickel rye with baby greens” or “slow roasted golden beet salad with baby kale, candied walnuts, goat cheese and white balsamic vinaigrette” have your taste buds watering, then brunch at the Carversville Inn is perfect for you!
  • The Churchville Inn is the paradigm of timeless and classic Bucks County charm. Join them for a traditional brunch with offerings such as buttermilk biscuits and sausage gravy, build your own omelet or blueberry pancakes.
  • Enjoy a hearty Sunday brunch at the Cock ‘n Bull, a Colonial-inspired restaurant on the grounds of Peddler's Village. Indulge in hearty Belgian Waffles topped with a swirl of whipped cream or try some of the house special beef burgundy.
  • Enjoy brunch at Fries’ Rebellion Kitchen & Tap House, a Quakertown-local favorite and the town’s only “gastro” pub! Whether you’re looking for breakfast to lunch-style fare, this menu is all-inclusive and features favorites such as sausage gravy and biscuits and shrimp and grits. Don’t forget to check out their Bloody Mary bar while you’re there!
  • Genevieve’s Kitchen offers a weekend brunch with an Italian and Mediterranean flair. They believe in keeping the dishes pure and simple while focusing on the quality of the ingredients and the elaborate preparation. Enjoy a sweet meal of chicken and waffles, a unique cauliflower crust flatbread or a simple kale Caesar salad.
  • Indulge in fresh prepared seasonal offerings every Sunday at the Golden Pheasant Inn. The historic Inn uses locally sourced ingredients in every dish, including the grand marnier French toast, a TASTE Magazine approved dish.
  • The Lambertville Station Inn, just across the Delaware River from New Hope, offers a grand champagne brunch buffet every Sunday in the spacious Riverside Ballroom. You can also dine from a separate à la carte menu at Lambertville Station Restaurant. 
  • Try something new at the Logan Inn's continental American restaurant. The brunch menu, offered every Saturday and Sunday, features a variety of omelets, seafood specialties like smoked salmon and trout, and a selection of brunch cocktails.
  • Sample American fare with a pinch of the south at M.O.M.'s, Maxwell's on Main. Sip on mason jar mimosas with poached eggs, bananas foster French toast or house cured wild boar bacon at this eatery owned by two brothers in Doylestown. 
  • T.J. Smith’s Restaurant and Bar is located in Warrington and will surely satisfy your taste buds. They offer various holiday specialty brunches in addition to their weekly Sunday Brunch offered from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Enjoy their make-your-own omelet station or a sweet danish or muffin.
  • Dine in the shadow of history at the Washington Crossing Inn. Located directly across the street from Washington Crossing Historic Park, site of the famous 1776 crossing of the Delaware River, Sunday brunch is served buffet-style and features hard-carved prime rib.
  • Whether you’re looking for an a la carte or prix fixe menu, The Washington House Restaurant in Sellersville offers both options for Sunday brunch. Explore their varying menu options such as saffron marinated European chicken, sweet & spicy edamame, grilled reuben and more!
  • The Yardley Inn is home of the “Big Mary” specialty mimosa, which is their twist on the famous brunch cocktail, the Bloody Mary. Sip-away as you enjoy one of their delicious such as the pear & pecorino tortelli or brioche French toast.