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About Caleb's American Kitchen
Caleb's American Kitchen is a popular BYO New American restaurant helmed by Chef Caleb Lentchner. Inspired by all things American including steaks, burgers, lobster, shellfish, Creole, California and of course, local and regional farmers from PA and NJ. Caleb's is proud to recognize the gluten-free diner by offering gluten-free bread for all burgers and sandwiches as well as indicating GF menu items.
Adjacent to Peddler’s Village in Bucks County, PA, Caleb's is open daily for breakfast, lunch and for dinner. Currently accepting reservations for dinner only.
Lahaska, PA 18931
American, Contemporary American, Burgers
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Saturday, 8:00am - noon
Sunday Brunch: 8:00am - 2:30pm
Lunch: Monday - Saturday, 11:30am - 2:30pm
Dinner: Monday - Sunday, 5:00pm - 9:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Off-site catering is available.
Ample parking available on both sides of restaurant on Routes 263 and 202.
BYO Liquor, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access
Special Events & Promotions:
Seasonal "Friend of a Farmer" dinners
Caleb's American Kitchen Ratings and Reviews
We went to Caleb's after a friend recommended their All American Burger Night. We went with another couple and were very pleased with the whole experience. The serve bottle water at the table as well as lovely, hot, crisp bread with dipping oil. The burger menu allows you to choose the type of burger you want from 3 selections, including a vegetarian one, and then choose your toppings at 75 cents each and your sides, like sweet potato fries or salad for about $3 each. We all opted for the short rib and brisket burgers and everyone had different toppings. I chose blue cheese, lettuce and tomato. All the burgers were cooked exactly as we ordered them, and were delicious, as were all the sides. One friend got the truffle fries and raved about them. Each couple shared a desert...ours was caramel blondie with vanilla ice cream....superb! Prices were reasonable, too. Our server, Mark, was funny, attentive and very efficient. We next want to try their 'Local's Night...3 course meal with lots of choices for only $24 a person. This place is cozy and yet has a nice upbeat vibe and a mixed-age crowd of adults--at least on the Tuesday night when we were there.
Food was great. I got the veal meatloaf and my date got the pork chop. For dessert I got their peppermint hot chocolate. It was rich and delicious. The atmosphere was relaxed and my date and I didn't feel rushed and were able to enjoy each other's company even though all the seats were filled.
As soon as we walked in we were greeted by the owner, and he was fantastic. He interacted with the guests all night, it was very refreshing. The food was absolutely fantastic. Both the Crab Tacos and the Lobster Rolls for appetizers were delicious. My wife got the Special that evening which was a Pork Loin stuff with apples and it was out of this world. I would definitely go back again and the prices are great for Peddlers Village. BYO is a huge plus
We are foodies, and I heard about Caleb’s, fine dining restaurant quality but less expensive. And byob makes it even better.
The food was phenomenal, and portions very large.
Started a local cheese plate, followed with a nice salad, then the grouper special and crab cakes. All were delicious and presented well.
We split dessert, very nice, and good strong coffee.
A nice plus, the owner seated us and stopped by to chat. Friendly team as well.
Overall a very nice experience.
We will be back.
Took my fiancé for his birthday. the room is oddly loud but you can actually hear the person to whom you're speaking. Caleb sat us. Our waiter was personable and knowledgeable. When asked to help me decide between dishes, he said "It's all good or else it wouldn't be on the menu." Our appetizer included 3 tuna tacos and he offered to bring us 4 if we wanted to split it evenly. When my meal was served I could tell he was right about your choices - you couldn't go wrong. I had the salmon with coconut sticky rice. it was spectacular. It's a BYOB, so even the tab wasn't terrible at the end. We will definitely return.
Had the salmon main coarse. It was pretty good. The cheese plate appetizer was the best part, particularly the gouda cheese. Forgot to bring wine (it's byob), which would have made everything more enjoyable. Service was pretty good, but there were a lot of dropped glasses (happened at least 4 or 5 times during meal). I appreciated the local organic food though, even though it's a pricier place. The desserts looked really good, but I was far too full after the main coarse. I'd go back again.
Caleb was busy all night accommodating every person that walked in the door, and it was constasntly opening due to the grand illumination at peddlers village. He did not stop making customers feel comfortable and helping anyone who walked in without a reservation feel welcome, even if he could not accommodate. We sat by the door for over 2 hours and he did this the entire night. In addition, our food was some of the best we've ever experienced. We've been twice and haven't been disappointed, in fact, it's so good I know I will be craving it again soon. I had the honey salmon which was delicious, my husband the pork chop. Both were amazing. The bread is even delicious, and the atmosphere is just a nice mix of slightly urban, clean and simple, with a touch of elegance. Perfect for a date or dinner party. I also recommend the creative and delicious desserts. Just spectacular night...in celebration with my family. The only thing I might suggest if that your wait staff be a little more friendly. My teenagers had a few questions as much of the menu was unfamiliar to them....and our waitress seemed a little put off with our questions. They also don't eat full entrees like adults and when we asked about size and portion, we kind of experienced a bit of an annoyance. That's not something I want to experience again because I enjoy going out with my family, but chefs must realize, teens/kids don't always want a mushroom salad or arugula for that matter. I am not suggesting to dumb it down, or serve chicken fingers with fries (certainly not what we were looking for), I am just suggesting a few simple entrees that teens/tweens can enjoy as well.
Top-knotch BYOW restaurant near New Hope and Peddler's Village. Excellent menu choices and wonderful specials. Prices are reasonable. Portions are large enough you can can have lunch the next day if you get a starter and save a little room for desert. Staff gives helpful advice if asked. And for better or for worse, they won't rush you (even if people are waiting for your table).
We had heard good things about Caleb's and it did not disappoint. Arrived early (5:15p) and the dining room was quiet. The owner was about the dining room, checking on customers and staff; he was training a boy who appeared to be his son which we also enjoyed...a true family affair. As the dining room filled, it did get a little noisy. Our server was OK, not great (some of the other servers appeared to be very enthusiastic, which we appreciate when going out). I got the crab cakes, and pear/berry crisp for desert, my wife got the seafood chowder to start and the tenderloin and potato croquettes. The food was excellent! Best crab cakes I've ever had, the smashed sweet potatoes were delicious. Tenderloin was well prepared and complimented nicely by the steak sauce ("steak sauce" doesn't do the flavor justice). Incredible value, as we brought our own wine, total bill was around $75. The owner was out talking with patrons, and offered us a homemade grapefruit liqueur nip after dinner. We will definitely be back, and may ask for the young woman who served the table next to us. Only drawback was the the dining room got a little loud, but not terribly so for a more casual place like Caleb's. Highly recommend!!
We are regulars and especially enjoy Local's Night on Mondays with its $24 prix fixe three-course meal, as well as Tuesday Burger Night. That said, we are often at Caleb's on the weekends as well. It's a terrific, reliable local gem with excellent food, friendly and attentive service and a bright, cheerful (and somewhat loud) ambiance. Highly recommended!
This was our 2nd visit, the first was New Year's Eve. NYE was crowded, rushed and pushy. Waited at the stand for more than 5 minutes before being greated and another 25 minutes past our reservation time to be seated. The Server could not open our BYOB wine and ended up getting pieces of cork throughout or wine. I open a bottle 2 - 3 times per week and never had this problem. She does 80 - 90 per week and should be better. Overprice menu did not refect the advertised web menu.bCurrent visit waited at the stand for see be several minutes before anyone recognized us. We were seated at be a crowded table with the beautiful view of the parking lot and our car. Asked to move and reluctantly was moved to another crowded table even though there was one other occupied table (5:15PM). Service was extremely slow, food was average, portions small, and prices were high and once again be the web menu did not reflect the menu in the restaurant. Other diners complained as they arrived. Not sure if we'll try again. The building does not support be the the demand of the customers.
This was our second time at Caleb's and once again, the food and service did not disappoint. I am gluten free and really, really appreciate the choices that I have on the menu. Best.Burger.Ever!!!! (Everyone else was very satisfied with their meals too!) Can't wait to go back!
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