Best American Restaurants in Washington Crossing

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Best American Restaurants in Washington Crossing

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Washington Crossing Restaurants

Washington Crossing InnWashington Crossing Inn
1136 reviews
$$$$
American | Washington Crossing, Bucks County

It was a very lovely dining experience. The food was delicious and the ambiance was just beautiful. We only had one minor problem with our order but it was quickly fixed and our waitress was so kind about the mix-up. The Inn is absolutely beautiful and just a wonderful place to go and enjoy the food and friends. More

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Discover Washington Crossing

While Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania is best known for where George Washington crossed the Delaware River, it is fast becoming known as a food lover's delight. Whether you're coming to Bucks County over the weekend to visit the kissing bridges or just enjoying your own day off from work, start out with a great weekend brunch featuring lemon ricotta pancakes, cheese blintzes or Charleston shrimp served in a historic setting. Enjpy local lunch favorites at area restaurants featuring hearty meals like coffee-rubbed brisket served with a variety of barbecue sauces. Waterfront dining is another specialty in Washington Crossing, with many American, Italian and other eateries offering outdoor patios overlooking the river.

Discover Washington Crossing

While Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania is best known for where George Washington crossed the Delaware River, it is fast becoming known as a food lover's delight. Whether you're coming to Bucks County over the weekend to visit the kissing bridges or just enjoying your own day off from work, start out with a great weekend brunch featuring lemon ricotta pancakes, cheese blintzes or Charleston shrimp served in a historic setting. Enjpy local lunch favorites at area restaurants featuring hearty meals like coffee-rubbed brisket served with a variety of barbecue sauces. Waterfront dining is another specialty in Washington Crossing, with many American, Italian and other eateries offering outdoor patios overlooking the river.