About The View at Morgan Hill
Casual restaurant located at Morgan Hill Golf Course in Williams Township offering spectacular views, award winning cuisine, and professional and gracious service. Open for lunch and dinner with menu items ranging from the best burger in the Lehigh Valley, to melt-in-your-mouth Filet Mignon, there's definitely something for everyone at The View at Morgan Hill!
Easton, PA 18042-6979
American, Contemporary American, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Open for Lunch and Dinner Seven Days a Week!
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live music Weekly. Call for details!
Contact Director of Food & Beverage Aaron Coleman at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on offsite or onsite catering events.
Chef Kareem Acree
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Super Bowl Party
Easter, Mother's Day, and Thanksgiving Buffets
Happy Hour Monday through Friday 4-6pm
Traditional Family Style Thanksgiving Dinner
New Year's Eve Party
The View at Morgan Hill Ratings and Reviews
After 2 visits, as I wanted to be fair, I must say that both the food and service are mediocre at best. Sometimes the service is poor. The only reason we came a second time was that the view outside on a warm summer evening is beautiful. In the future we will come only for a drink outside because of the lovely view. The appetizer of bacon-wrapped scallops was dried out. The entree of balsamic grilled chicken was tolerable, but I could have made something much better at home. Steak and lobster tail ok, not great. And the service---the sun was blindingly direct in in our eyes, and after being offered an unacceptable alternative (a bar table above the air-conditioner exhaust fans which were very noisy and blew the exhaust air on us), a server kindly suggested she would put up an umbrella to block the sun. We reminded servers of this twice, and it never happened, so eventually we just moved positions at the table. There were no salt and pepper shakers were on any of the tables outside. We asked for one, and were brought a tiny shaker with about an 1/8 inch salt. We shook what we could out of the shaker, and since our server was inside away from the dining area, chatting with other servers, I went inside to ask for a salt shaker that actually had salt in it. The server looked at the almost-empty shaker and asked what was wrong. I said the shaker needed to be filled. She said I must be someone "who really likes a lot of salt". She was pleasant but clueless. the one positive is that the white peach sangria is very good. Do not go here for the food.
We held a family get together last Saturday and couldn't have been more pleased. Our waiter Nick was amazing and took care of our various needs with grace and humor and was attentive, but not annoying. Interesting menu with some delicious specials and vegetarian options that were great. Altogether a very satisfying evening. We' be been for brunch a couple of times which is also very good.
My husband and I had dinner on a Saturday evening out on the deck. Beautiful scenic views of the mountain and golf course. Unfortunately, that was where the nice atmosphere stopped. There was a birthday party downstairs and the music was so loud that you could feel the vibrations through the floor. To make it even worse, the restaurant continued playing their music loudly on top of it. It was a cacophony of Elton John mixed with basd thumping dance music throughout our dinner. Difficult to even have a conversation across the table.
As far as dinner, the wine was good and the calamari was decent. However, we ordered the prime rib sandwich which was completely well done and dried out. For the amount they charge, it was terrible.
We honestly couldn't wait for dinner to be finished and get out of there. Went elsewhere for drinks and conversation.
Love the view and may try again for a quick bite after a round of golf, but not for a date night dinner.
We decided to check out this restaurant after we heard from friends they renovated and expanded with a new deck and outside bar. We arrived early to really get the feel of the place and let me tell you it was well worth it. We would have never known about this hidden secret which is open to the public if our friends didn't tell us. We were greeted by a very nice young man at the entrance and offered us any table we wanted on the deck. As soon as you step onto this deck you are taken back by the view which fits for the name of the restaurant and has a feeling of being on vacation. We were greeted right away aby a cheerful young server who told us specials and new drinks on the menu. she made recommendations for apps and dinner. We went with them. The salmon was cooked to perfection and my wife had the balsamic chicken which was even better. We definitely had a wonderful time and really look forward to returning when we are back in the area visiting family.
We ordered off the Restaurant week menu. The appetizers, goat cheese croquettes, and pork belly mac & cheese, were good. However, our "rack of lamb", ordered medium-rare and medium, consisted of 3 dried-out, very well done small lamb chops. The waitress was very nice and apologetic, and asked the kitchen to make 2 more orders which they did correctly the second time. The lavender "cheesecake" dessert was disappointing, a small square of something that was Ok, but did not resemble cheesecake.
However, we had a nice time anyway, as we sat outside on a lovey summer evening and the view is amazing.
Went for the first time. Ambience and views are incredible outside al fresco on the patio. Service was ok. Hostess left to prep our table and two others had come by saying someone would be with us shortly or offering to seat us again. Everyone seemed to be in a hurry. There was also a wedding this evening which might have left the restaurant short.
Ordered Ny strip which was incredibly over sauced and ran throughout the plate making the frittes mushy.
My watermelon mojitto was so muddled it was barely drinkable. Huge disappointment. Salmon was fine. The other drink we also ordered was fine as well.
Overall fairly casual for a country club. Which I didn't mind. But it suffers from a bit of an identity crisis
My wife ordered the filet and found it very tough. I ordered the stuffed salmon. It was over-cooked. Also, the only vegetable was plain white rice. I think for the price, the chef could have been a little more imaginative. Fish should not be over-cooked, it loses the flavor, and becomes hard to chew.
This is our second time there. We had the same problem the last time: tough steak and gristly. We wanted to see if the food had improved. Still a problem.
The only thing this restaurant has going for it is it's view. They run out of wines and food items that are on their menu consistently and the food is mediocre at best.
They never have what I drink and I'm a regular there. We literally suck it up because the view is lovely and the alfresco dining is perfect in the summertime. But the management, service, and food are seriously lacking.
It was not what we were expecting with a four star rating on OpenTable. The View had a live band playing, they were good; however, the food was terrible and the drinks were not worth the price and were wrong! Ordered a vodka gimlet which came out as vodka on the rocks. We ordered NY strips and their version of truffle fries 😣 - the steak had a funny taste to it and their truffle fries had no taste and the amount we got as a side dish with our steaks were pathetic. If you're offering truffle fries, make sure there is enough truffle oil on them to taste more than just the oil they were cooked in. The server was good but the food was horrible - would have been better to stick to one of our normal spots amongst the LV. Will most likely NEVER go back. Too bad I had to pick a star because they would not get even one for their food.
The restaurant is going through a transition for an addition. I would recommend waiting until it's complete before dining there. The choices of food & drink are minimal at this time, but the staff is accommodating. Our meals were very tasty and cooked perfectly, though.
Great casual restaurant with a varied but not typical menu. I had a great burger cooked as asked ( medium rare) with provolone and sautéed onions. A comfy atmosphere with a big screen tv for golf and football games. Wide range of age groups all having a nice time. Aaron the manager is doing a great job , as well as the servers and bartenders
The pork chop was of inferior quality, & while the seafood dish advertised the shrimp as being Jumbo size, they, most definitely, were NOT.
When we mentioned these disappointments, the manager insisted in giving us a dessert to take with us. However, we still have no plans to return. We have been there 3 times since the restaurant changed hands, and have been disappointed each time.
Our party of four dined at the View during Easton's recent restaurant week. We were pleasantly surprised by the choices and quality of the food. Although it was a rainy night and we had to eat indoors the view was was nice. We had great service and each of our selections were well prepared. We will definitely return again.
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