There's nothing quite like a hot meal by a crackling fireplace to warm you up during those cold winter months. This old-fashioned comfort can be found throughout Bucks County. Some of the area's top restaurants offer fireside seating to give diners that warm, cozy feeling of home.
- Fire at the Logan Inn
Dine at this elegant BYOB Victorian mansion in Langhorne for upscale cuisine, like Pistachio Crusted Salmon and French Quarter Shrimp & Scallops. Stop by on Friday nights for live classical guitar music, or, make reservations for two for a quiet Sunday brunch.
Dine with earth’s elements when you eat dinner by the fire and overlook the lake from inside this 1730’s stone farmhouse. With windows around the perimeter of the restaurant, it’ll be like eating lobster bisque or beef wellington outside!
- Rocco's at the Brick
Feel the warmth of the fireplace as you enjoy American continental cuisine served at the first inn of New Hope. Sip on wine take your pick of a wide variety of entrees including grilled meats, seafood, pasta, vegetarian and daily specials.
Before dining in their premier riverside restaurant, grab a cocktail and an app in the Piano Lounge - a vibrant lounge with two-story lofted ceilings and a stunning stone fireplace ideal for late outdoor evenings and after-supper sips.
Make your anniversary reservations at this premier Newtown steakhouse. A prime steak here is a no brainer! Order up a 14 oz Center Cut New York Strip, or share a 44 oz Porterhouse for Two.
“Plum,” as the locals call it, is warm and welcoming in Plumsteadville. Enjoy “burgers, beer, lobster and cheer” while taking in the beautiful stone fireplace. The lively atmosphere is sure to heat up any cold winter night!
- The Salt House
This gastropub on the river in New Hope is great for grabbing a nightcap. Order up the oysters, or sip a local craft beer on a tufted couch inside this contemporary hideaway.
Dine at this contemporary riverside restaurant with stunning views. Their fireplace is indoor and outdoor, so enjoy your crafted cocktail or signature Spaghetti Pie dish cozy inside or outside on the porch.
Who wouldn’t want their dinner served among the shadows of history? Dine just steps away from the spot where George Washington led his troops on a daring midnight mission across the Delaware River in Washington Crossing. Warm up by the fireplace while devouring signature dishes like Crossing Vodka Rigatoni.