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About Washington Crossing Inn
Conveniently located to Interstate 95 in historic Bucks County at the site of George Washington's famous crossing on Christmas night, 1776, this charming & historic country Inn offers exquisite continental cuisine with an American flair.
Washington Crossing, PA 18977
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 3:00pm; Dinner: Monday:5:00pm-8:00pm; Tuesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Sunday: 3:00pm - 8:00pm; Sunday Brunch: 10:00am - 2:00pm
Routes 532 & 32
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
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The Washington Crossing Inn offers a wide range of off-site catering options to suit almost any need. From a small gathering in your home to large formal events at your location, The Eashington Crossing Inn will plan your event from start to finish.
Toll Free Number - 1-877-882-1776
Private Party Facilities:
Offering exquisite accommodations from 2 to 200 guests in a 192-year-old quaint & historic Inn, The Washington Crossing Inn is located at Washington's famed crossing of the Delaware River in 1776. Toll Free Number - 1-877-882-1776
Private Party Contact:
Jane Agabiti: (215) 493-3634
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Dancing, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, High Tea, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Washington Crossing Inn Ratings and Reviews
Pretty historical building. Decor and interiors need an update. They could use a good professional floral designer. Old fashioned and outdated china service. Food is okay . . . . .sort of trying too hard and menu does not have continuity. . . . from Dim Sum to Holiday Turkey. Sort of strange. They could use a better planned straight forward gourmet menu. Server was lovely and very on the ball.
I really enjoy history of the place. Great outdoor patio area, perfectly decorated for fall. For a place like this I expected the service to be a little better. I had to keep asking for refills of my ice tea and considering we were one of only three tables in this area. Other than that a delightful place.
First time to visit. Received gift card for birthday so thought we would try it. Went for the early bird timeslot. The atmosphere is very elegant olden times charm. The food was delicious. It is the perfect place to go for a special celebration which we plan to do. There was chatter in background we assume coming from the bar. Good to hear people frequenting the place as a casual anytime get-together.
My wife, daughter, and I finally went for Sunday brunch after noticing this restaurant years ago when touring adjacent Washington Crossing Park. The hustoric restaurant grounds are quaint with a pretty garden for receptions and an outdoor bar with lots of outdoor patio seating.
Inside, the inn and restaurant was equally quaint and charming. The Sunday brunch buffet was as delicious as it was expansive, and the large buffet tables never felt crowded.
We did have to wait about 20 minutes to get seated, and our server seemed like she'd be more comfortable waiting tables at a diner than at a historic inn. But, we still enjoyed brunch and plan to go again, especially considering the very reasonable $30 price per person.
Service and food were impeccable as usual. They honored our Open Table request to be in a quiet corner so we could enjoy our anniversary. Had an entire area to ourselves for 95% of the meal away from the noisy main population. And OMG - that pumpkin cheesecake?!?! Absurdly delicious.
Normally I love it here but two friends had ordered the Lobster roll sandwich and it was pretty sparse. I was pretty embarrassed about the amount of "lobster" on the roll. I told them to send it back but they were being too polite. I would tell anyone not to order that dish on the "new" menu. I'm sure my friends left feeling hungry.
I took my daughter for her birthday. I had been to the restaurant several months prior and really enjoyed it. This time my lunch choice wasn't as good as what I had last time. The crab bisque was very heavy, served with a huge amount of melted cheese on top and not enough crab. The turkey club sandwich had a lot of bread but limited amount of turkey and bacon. Service was friendly and excellent. The ambiance is very relaxing and easy to have a conversation.
We went for the atmosphere . We ordered prime rib and a filet mignon. We were disappointed that the meat was full of fat , overdone and dried out. We felt the quality of the food should have been much better at $45 for a filet mignon. If you do go order off the bar appetizer menu not the dinner menu.
We eat here a lot. The Lemon caper salmon was fantastic. The prime rib was very good but it was served with plain potatoes so not the best. Not sure what happened there... The service is always very good. It's good for a date, anniversary or other. Wine list is decent too.
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