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About Earl's New American
Located at Peddler’s Village in the scenic countryside of Bucks County, Pa, Earl’s New American offers a polished, casual dining experience with creative, contemporary cuisine using the freshest, seasonal ingredients. The 140-seat restaurant has a full bar, private banquet and meeting facilities, and outdoor patio seating. To make reservations, call 215-794-4020. Visit http://www.earlsnewamerican.com/
Lahaska, PA 18931
Contemporary American, Wine Bar, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
Closed on Monday
Friday thru Sunday 11am to 4 pm Only
Tuesday thru Saturday 4pm to 9pm
Sunday 4pm to 8pm
Tuesday thru Thursday 4pm to 10pm
Friday thru Saturday 11am to 10pm
Sunday 11am to 8pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Abundant complimentary parking adjacent to the restaurant & the 65 unique specialty shops of Peddler's Village, Bucks County's premier shopping, dining, lodging & family entertainment destination.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Reunions, banquets and corporate meetings are all the more successful when celebrated and conducted in the warm, friendly setting of Earl's New American. We are also happy to accommodate any dietary requests or restrictions whenever possible.
Earl's New American Ratings and Reviews
The restaurant was lovely! Everything has a very fresh clean vibe and the food was fantastic! We ordered the lobster dumplings as an appetizer and devoured them in seconds! It was very nice and quiet when we got there around 5:45, but by 7pm it was packed and a bit loud. I would still recommend to anyone looking for a nice night out!
Had Valentine's Day dinner at Earl's and was very pleased with the experience. We
were seated at the time of our reservation even though it was a busy evening. Our
waitress was very pleasant and gave us good service. The entrees' that we had were
excellent (filet of beef and Seafood Chiopino). The bread was excellent and we were
told that they have it shipped from San Francisco. The only disappointment was that
we could not hear the live music from the dining room. I would highly recommend
We asked for a quiet spot and were very pleased. Our Waiter was unobtrusive but attentive and the food delivered perfectly. I always order the She Crab soup, with good reason, delightful. Always Delicious bread, desserts. A pleasant stop in Peddlar's Village.
This was our first time to Earls. We were seated and greated by our waitress very quickly. Our drink order was taken and back just as fast. We order calamari which was very good. My husband and I both ordered filet cooked medium as our meal. After an hour or so, our waitress came to apologize for the wait on the meal. We were in no hurry so we honestly thought nothing of it. The manager came over to apologize as well and offered a round on the house. Shortly after our meals finally came out. Both steaks were well done. Mine was actually quite burnt. We are not people to complain, however when the waitress came to check on us she noticed the steaks before we could even say anything. She insisted on taking both steaks off our check, and offered to put in a new order. She explained a "chef issue" in the kitchen. We did not take them up on the additional steak offer. We are hoping to give them another try soon. We realize things happen and want to make their efforts to make things right for us worth it.
My wife and I go to Earl’s about once a month and have been for over a year now. It’s a great spot in a great location to spend a couple hours on the weekend. We highly recommend Earl’s to anyone looking for a quality meal, in a great setting, that won’t break the bank.
My husband and I went to Earls for date the weekend before Valentine’s Day . Everything was exceptional we went in the afternoon so it was quiet but not deserted . The lobster dumplings were our favorite the crab bisque was delicious also . We sat by the window so we could look out at the village it was fantastic
I was extremely unhappy with this restaurant. I wrote a note through open table explaining that we were celebrating a special occasion. I also called the restaurant and they acknowledged the occasion and our reservation. I requested a window table or booth by the window. When we arrived, we were sat at a table right outside of where the food is run to and from the kitchen, in the middle of the restaurant. They also seated 2 parties of 2 before us and both were seated at the window, so its not as if the tables were not open. The food was also not good, and I would not recommend the fish at all. I order the sea bass and it came out in a oiled mess. The sauce was separated in the dish and when you broke the fish apart, it was lost in the sauce. It was extremely unpleasant to eat and had no flavor at all. We were checked on once throughout the meal but it was so rushed even if I expr3essedmy displeasure the server wouldn't have heard me. When it came time for the check, there was no acknowledgement again that we were celebrating a special occasion.
I wound not come back here or recommend this to anyone. Extremely displeased!
We had a wonderful waitress Doreen. She showed us privacy with appropriate attentiveness. We enjoyed the food for the most part but the Salmon which was grilled was dry and we would have liked to see the menu reflect a more winter focused selection. The menu was stuck in fall presentations.
Never been to Earl's before. The food was very good and the waitress was very good. . But the noise level is way too loud. We went to Earl's for two special occasions that is why we had went there and it was too loud. If we had known, we would of went somewhere else.
Went in Jan so not crowded..located across st from golden plough inn. (If staying at inn ask about packages that have dinner vouchers..
Mid scale farm to table.more modern than cock & bull.
Beef dishes all good..seared tuna w noodles bland.
Crab appetizer w aioli delish!
In season make reservations!
Have been there three times. Ordered steak twice. Both times the steak was over cooked and served cold. Are they making the steak ahead of time and bringing it when ordered? How else could the steak be cold? The meat tasted OK the first time, but was bad the second time. Another thing: They provide large portions, but the food is not at all elegantly presented. The plate looks disheveled.
This restaurant does not offer fine dining, it is an average diner.
My kids and I enjoyed everything except the pork belly and grits. The 2 lobster apps were especially noteworthy. Even the little ones cleared their plates. Filet was perfect. Fried chicken was delicious and a huge portion. Took some of that home and had waffles and fried chicken for breakfast!
We just had our anniversary dinner here on a Tuesday night. A couple of parties were being seated before us, so I was wondering if they also had reservations and worried that the room with booths would be filling up. Happily, we were soon seated in the last available window booth - the same one we had in the summer! Our server Sal was very prompt in greeting us but never rushed us through our time there. First we ordered drinks, then appetizers - clams and shrimp cocktail. After that we put in our order for dinners - the largest lump crab cake, pan roasted and accompanied by haricot vert and mashed potato and a filet of grilled striped bass on a bed of crab and farro risotto. Both were absolutely delicious! Our shared dessert was an apple cobbler with vanilla ice cream and was the only speck of the evening that wasn't absolutely up to par but was still good. (It wasn't crunchy on top and needed some cinnamon.)
We also enjoyed a table-side visit from the manager on duty who seemed to be very sincere in checking in on our status that evening.
Earl's is a lovely upscale restaurant with fine dining and very creative specialty drinks. Delightful ambiance and many options for seating (variety of booths and tables to choose from). The caliber of food and service were excellent. Highly recommended for a special occasion or just for fun. Plentiful parking and easy walk to restaurant. Because Earl's is a popular destination be sure to make a reservation.
Came here for my 30th birthday. We had a really nice booth all the way in the back of the restaurant and I got to look at the Christmas lights which was a plus. Downside was that there was a REALLY loud and talkative group of women next to us, so it made intimate conversation difficult.
the bread here is PHENOMINAL! We got two rounds, which really did us in with our meals. My boyfriend got a sausage soup, and we shared the calamari for an appetizer. It was lightly fried, but quite salty.
I got the salmon with sweet potato hash for dinner - divine! Just wish that I hadn't eaten so much bread. The salmon had a nice crunch to it. My BF got the prime rib - it was HUGE and he really enjoyed it.
I have been to this restaurant several times and it is always good. My only complaint is when I tried to make reservations they told me they only had 830 pm. When I arrived the restaurant was totally deserted and I was fairly sure I could have easily gotten it at least an hour earlier
This restaurant used to be a lot better. Our party of four share dan appetizer of the calamari. It was very good, but the portion size was definitely smaller than we had at past visits. This restaurant is a bit over priced, but that is expected considering the location. What was not acceptable was my meal of seared scallops. There were only 4 scallops, and only one was a proper size. One of them was about the size of a quarter, and only about twice as thick. It looked like they cut a scallop in half to make the dish. Normally I would have sent it back, but I didn't want to disrupt our outing. With so many other restaurant choices nearby, I will avoid Earls in the future.
This is my second visit to Earl's. I love the modern farm decor with handcrafted wood. I had the pleasure of Aaron as our server. His attention ( giving us enough time to settle and view the menu with allowable time between courses), recommendations and pleasant attitude is one of reasons I returned. We started with Hot toddies, and a bar creation called winter white that was as much a pleasure to look at as well as drink. The food was perfectly cooked. I had a wonderful fried chicken that was crisp on the outside and juicy and tender on the inside! Perfect comfort food on a cold day. My companions ordered the salmon pastrami which was raved about, and the sliders that did not disappoint! Dessert rounded us out with wonderful white chocolate mousse, and a signature dessert of warm miniature doughnuts with dipping sauces. I will certainly be returned to Earl's.
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