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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
Tuesday thru Sunday 11am to 4 pm Only
Tuesday thru Saturday 4pm to 10pm
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
No use in putting notes in when using open table. Restaurant host ignored the request. This is the second time it has happened. Yes, same host both times. Had to ask for her to honor the request since the reservation was made 30 days out. She did, accommodate request but only when the manager intervened. She, the hostess, wasn't happy about it. Two, two tops walked in and she told them they were booked full. For the hour I was there, there were at least 5 tables not being used. Those people could have been accommodated.
Two filets ordered. Both medium rare. One came out perfectly done the other medium well.
Lobster dumplings were delicious!! They are a definite must try!!!
Have really enjoyed Earls in the past, but the last two times there have been very disappointing. For the money, not worth going back.
Very nice casual dining in a great part of town. Restaurant is clean, spacious and cozy. The service is A+++ here and they do go out of their way to make sure you enjoy yourself! Here’s a menu item to try that I found very good, do try the New York strip steak with au gratin potatoes and asparagus. Delicious, and very filling and save room for dessert to get the hot apple cobbler or the pumpkin flavored cupcake. Will definitely repeat a visit here when in Peddlers village.
Earl's was exceptional and we will return soon! The food, drinks and ambiance were wonderful, and our server (Chris) was the best. We enjoyed our very tasty specialty drinks for starters then were really impressed with the She-crab bisque (Wow!). Our entrees were cooked to perfection and delicious. All in all, a fabulous experience and we highly recommend Earl's for any occasion.
This is our first time back since Earl's re-opened. We were hopeful that the service might be better. Alas, it has not changed. While the new look is very nice and the food is actually vey good, the service is lacking. Our waitress was not at all attentive, we spent much of the time waiting for her to return. Water glasses were never refilled and entrees took an incredibly long time to be served with no explanation from the waitress. Once finished with dinner, she cleared our table and then it was quite a while before she returned to ask if we wanted dessert. Not sure what the problem is; kitchen slow or not enough wait staff or both. My husband put it best--if you want a place to go for a meal with someone that you haven't seen for a while then go here. You can sit around chatting for a long period of time and I don't think they will be shoving you out the door.
We arrived at 7:45 for an 8 pm reservation, and were told they were running a little behind. It was 8:20 when we were seated. Twice the hostess came to us at the bar and apologized for the delay, so we were quite surprised to see at least 4 other open tables, in the room we were eventually seated in. A room we were walked through, on the way to our table, also appeared to have numerous open tables.
My wife and I both had the she-crab bisque, which was excellent, and I had the NY strip, which was very good and cooked perfectly. My wife ordered the filet and lobster tail, and though she loved the lobster, she couldn't eat the filet. What was supposed to be a medium rare filet, was actually a piece of meat, maybe a half inch thick, and cooked closer to medium well. I can't say that I've ever seen anything that thin, called a filet before. We finished by sharing a Creme Brulee, which was very good, rich and creamy with a perfect crust.
If my wife's filet had been anywhere near edible, I would have given 4 or 5 stars for the food, and another 4 or 5 for service, if we'd been seated more promptly.
Another fine meal last Saturday. Started with the she crab bisque, totally awesome. The wedge salad was wonderful, not overpowering as some blue cheese dressings can be. Bacon was good, and nice touch were oven roasted tomatoes which were phenomenal. We had the fried chicken dinner and the filet mignon and lobster tail. Have to totally rave about the filet mignon which was so tender and done as requested. The sauce that was served with that was very unusual and delicious. Apple cobbler for dessert with vanilla ice cream was good too, very buttery. By the way, forgot to mention the bread basket has a nice variety and something about the butter is delicious. Will definitely return!
Went back to Earls -was there a couple of years ago and had a great meal---this time was totally disappointed,, food was mediocre at best. Striped Bass was mealy and over cooked, House rigatoni was overly salty and dry...overall a very disappointing experience--would not recommend and we will not go back....
The service was not good. Waitress never came over to check on our table when food was brought over etc. my steak was not cooked properly. We had been to this restaurant prior to it being redone years ago and it was soo nice and no issues with food/service. Very disappointed.
We were able to get a last-minute, early evening dinner reservation at Earl's during a day-date trip to Peddler's Village last Saturday. Earl's is clean & modern, but still has a cute, quaint vibe that goes with the area.
The beers are priced very reasonably and there are nice cocktails to choose from. I didn't have any cocktails this time, but was impressed with them the last time we visited. We started our meal with the Lobster Dumplings, and that would be my only complaint about the entire experience. Something was just "off" about them and I wish I'd gone with a cocktail instead -
especially since after the delicious bread basket and the dumplings I was already feeling full before my main dish arrived!
We were quite pleased with the menu and had a difficult time choosing what entrees to go with...I was torn between something like 4 different options. My husband was torn between the Ribeye and Roasted Pork Chop (with pumpkin risotto). He ended up going with the latter and I ended up going with the Diver Scallops with local wild mushroom risotto. The pork chop was HUGE! Both were delicious.
Our server was lovely. Always there when we needed her, but never bothersome. Very professional. Thank you, we'll be back!
We were seated right away and our server made some great recommendations. She crab soup might have been the best we have ever had. We shared a turkey panini which was more than enough for the two of us. German Riesling was delicious as was the Guinness. Will definitely go back.
Stopped in for a Friday night dinner out with my wife. This was our first time at Earl's. Nice ambiance and decor and the dining room was full of customers, but relatively quiet. Live accoustic guitar was playing in the bar area. Food and service were both very good.
We had not been back at Earl's in over a year, as our last experiences had not been good.
We decided to give it another try since we like the place and it is basically in our backyard.
Well, I am glad we went back. Dinner was excellent from the beautiful oysters to the perfectly seared tuna to the delicious pork chop and the sea bass and classic crème brulee for dessert.
Professional service, ( Chris ) excellent drinks.
Also very happy to see Terry back as manager. We shall be back.
I have found Earl's food to go up and down since the fire.
They have gotten rid of some favorites (flatbreads) introduced hits and miss.
Tuna appetizer was rubbery and flavorless. The "pork" chicken wings where tender but weird flavor, sliders were good.
Drinks were amazing.
Come here only twice a year. So was a bit disappointed this time, but I'm sure it will rally.
My wife and I celebrated our anniversary in New Hope and Peddlers Village. We have visited many restaurants in the area. Earl's was new to us and it did not disappoint. The food and atmosphere was very good. Our waiter, Eric, was extremely friendly and courteous. Both she and I had the shrimp cocktail. I enjoyed the She-Crab Bisque and the Ribeye which was seasoned and cooked to perfection! My wife thoroughly enjoyed the seared tuna and some noodle dish. Highly recommend.
My sister and I stopped by for lunch. What a gem!! The alcoholic and nonalcoholic drink options were extensive, and ours were delicious! We could've stopped at the drink menu and been very happy but of course we were there for lunch too. We chose two different pasta dishes that were equally delicious. We had a comfortable booth by the window but the restaurant had a number of rooms to choose from. I will encourage all my friends and family to dine at Earls and I look forward to coming back often .
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