Harvest Seasonal Grill features a local, farm to table menu with many items that are below 500 calories in an upscale casual atmosphere. Every three months, we update our menu to celebrate the new flavors that accompany the change in seasons. We also offer 50+ wines by the glass, as well as a growing selection of local and organic beers.
At Harvest, we believe that where your food comes from is as important as what you eat, which is why we champion the ideology of ‘know your farmer, know your food’. We work with over 75 local farmers to source the freshest and highest quality products available. Our mission of sustainability and green living is carried through every facet of what we do, from our menu to our decor, and even the cleaning products that we use are eco-friendly
A Fine Dining Italian Restaurant, Bar and Wood-fire Grill featuring Italian classics, fresh seafood, prime meat, wood-fired pizzas and the finest wine, beer and cocktails. This is the second location, the original Ristorante Imperatore has been open for 3 years in Blue Bell and has established an outstanding reputation for food, service and ambiance.Indoor and Outdoor dining is available for reservation. We also have 2 full bars. To book private parties please call the restaurant.
Join us at your local UNO’s!Our newest menu features all your favorites like the Numero Uno Deep Dish Pizza, and even some new items that may become your favorite including the Margherita Chicago Thin Crust Pizza and the Chicken Parm Sub. We have pizzas that are perfect for all meat-lovers, vegans, and gluten-free guests alike, whether it is our legendary Deep Dish or our Cauliflower Crust that you can try on any 10” Chicago Thin Crust.As we finally say goodbye to 2020, end your year with Pizza Skins, Rattlesnake Pasta, ½ Pound Burgers, a BBQ Bacon Chicken Sandwich, or our new Deep Dish Brownie Sundae that literally melts in your mouth. We promise to provide safe, sanitary and friendly service along with a wide variety of draft beers and craft cocktails. We look forward to seeing you soon!
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.
Northern Italian Cuisine in a casual fine dining atmosphere. Fresh fish daily-Dover Sole, Branzino, etc., homemade pasta and daily meat specials. Private dining room for parties and business meetings and outdoor dining.
Ooka is a groundbreaking Asian restaurant set in the unsuspecting area of Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania. Opened in July of 2009, Ooka is setting the standard for forward thinking Japanese cuisine and gourmet hibachi in Southeasten Pennsylvania. The restaurant is highlighted by warm earth tones, deep banquets, lively hibachi entertainment and dim candlelight atmospherics. Ooka takes a modern minimalist approach to classical Japanese dishes with utmost thought and attention to purity, simplicity and seasonality. Ooka keeps focus on the constant evolution of Asian cuisine keeping grounded in the classical techniques of Japan.- We have an exceptional Whisk(e)y, Bourbon & Wine menu- We offer takeout & lunch specials
Bistro Albertino is a chef owned restaurant where chef Goni decided to bring his European experience in Willow Grove and areas surrounding it. At Bistro Albertino you will find from homemade pastas and cheese to tender veal and chicken, from traditional dishes to contemporary dishes. You will feel welcome soon as you walk in, with the enthusiastic front of the house staff will accompany you to your experience with us. We accommodate children as well.
Water Wheel Tavern is an historic Bucks County landmark originally built in 1714 by John Dyer, an English Quaker. It existed for centuries as a water wheel driven grist mill, and later hosted both a post office and a general store. The mill was transformed into an inn and tavern with the repeal of prohibition in 1933.Now, after an extensive industrial chic renovation, we invite you to experience our comfortable ambiance, diverse menu and hard working professional staff!*High tops & Patio tables are non reservable, but we will make every attempt to accommodate your request.*