Lackawaxen is an unincorporated community in Pike County, Pennsylvania, United States. The community is located at the confluence of the Delaware and Lackawaxen Rivers, the former of which forms the state line with New York. Lackawaxen has a post office with ZIP code 18435.
Things to do in Lackawaxen
4 based on 48 reviews
A $14.95 buffet brunch with lots of variety. The bacon was a little cold and dry but it's difficult to keep it fresh in chafing dishes. The rest (nice variety) was fresh and warm and included a carving station with custom omelettes. A generous dessert table topped it off. My only other complaint would be the odor created by all the solid fuel cans heating the chafing dishes. I left feeling a slight headache and queasy which I attributed to those warmers. I also cut my finger on a paper towel dispenser in the men's room which could use some fleshing up.
5 based on 114 reviews
Each of our 9 meals were delicious, presented beautifully, and heathful without preaching it. Delightful clean eating.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
I ate dinner here with family. Really cool sports bar. They are known for their awesome wings and they have a great selection of choices. Their sandwiches and burgers are huge. Very creative with the sandwich options too! It was so hard to choose. I hope to be back one day! Go! You won't be disappointed. Fun place too.
5 based on 1 reviews
Can I start by saying the food was amazing!! Not to mention the best waitress in the world Suzzy! She multi tasked like no other.. She was taking care of 4 large tables that were seated at the same time.. She didn't panic! She greeted us with a smile and said please don't worry although I have 4 large tables I won't forget any of you! She refilled our drinks and brought our food in record speeds! Amazing I asked her how many kids to do have to be this organized. To my surprise she said none.. How is that possible? Please ask for Suzzy! She will be the reason for my return! We love you Suzzy! Love your table from Miami Florida!!
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Sunday Brunch is the first Sunday every month. Food is fantastic with really good selections, a carving station, and chef made to order omlets, Price is right, and there are some great drink specials. Thursdays they have German specials. They are on FB, so you can check out the specials before you even go in. Prices are truly good, and you can eat out without it costing a fortune.
4 based on 17 reviews
Great place to eat breakfast or lunch. Fresh food , friendly staff. You will not be disappointed with your meal. They also have an ice cream shop that is open at night and on Wednesday nights they sell soft serve cones for a dollar .
4.5 based on 150 reviews
We had eaten her before, and we liked it. We remembered being impressed in the past and this time we were part of a group of 12 diners who were out to celebrate a birthday.
We had a reservation, so our large table was ready when we arrived. We enjoyed a few cocktails as we discussed the menu items and ordered our dinners. The drinks were good, and the food was excellent. Definitely higher quality than you would expect this far out in the country. The service was excellent and I have no complaints.
Highly recommended for a night out with your significant other.
4 based on 13 reviews
Have passed this restaurant many times & finally stopped in for dinner during the summer. I have returned about 4 times since including tonight. There is a regular menu & usually a list of about 4-5 special entrees. My husband & I both had "specials": chicken breast with brie & sliced apples (choice of potato & veggie) & my husband had duck l'orange with risotto & veggie. All entrees come with choice of salad or soup. My husband upgraded to the lettuce wedge salad, which is enough for 2 people (surprised that the lettuce wedge had hard boiled egg/onion, tomatoes etc). Nice bar, dining room is early American, tables are far enough away so you are not on top of each other. Staff is friendly, dinner is very relaxing & service is not rushed.
5 based on 7 reviews
An open air facility serving wood fired brick oven pizza.
We've stopped here several times for pizza and outdoor dining on their patio. The owner and staff are always friendly and their pizza is great. They use a wood fired oven and can prepare dozens of different style pizzas very quickly. They also service beer, wine and soda. Dessert is also good. The outdoor patio is open well into the fall. The owner said they even have Sunday brunch pizza with mimosas!
4.5 based on 111 reviews
The Heron will be temporarily closed starting February 20 2018 & Re-opening on April 13, 2018 Thanks for your support & see you in the Spring!
We came to this restaurant yesterday (7/16/2017) with my son and two good friends. We arrived around 2:00 pm. Although they have outside seating, we asked to sit inside. The restaurant has a full bar, completely air conditioned and service is outstanding. The menu is varied and interesting. I had the breakfast burrito, which came with a small salad and home fries. It was wonderful! My friend had a Reuben sandwich, which she said was the best she ever had anywhere! Don't miss this place if you find yourself in Narrowsburg, NY
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