Quakertown is a borough in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, in the USA. As of 2016, it had a population of 8,798. The borough is 16 miles (26 km) south of Allentown and Bethlehem and 29 miles (47 km) north of Philadelphia, making Quakertown a border town of both the Delaware Valley and Lehigh Valley metropolitan areas. Quakertown is considered part of the Allentown−Bethlehem urbanized area and the Philadelphia−Camden−Wilmington (PA−NJ−DE-MD) MSA. Quakertown is surrounded by Richland Township.
Things to do in Quakertown
4.5 based on 131 reviews
I love the coffee it is always the best and the choc chip muffins are so good. It is a little hard to get in the drive thru in the morning it is very busy. The donuts are always soft and delicious. The donut holes are also good. The prices are really not that high.
4.5 based on 252 reviews
The crab cakes and Mushroom soup were simply amazing. I will go back here, but only for special occasions as the prices are high, but well worth their cost. Servers are very pleasant and food is great.
4 based on 180 reviews
Stopped by after a recommendation from a friend. Cozy dining room, nice decor and fireplace. Good service, plenty of variety on the menu. Wine and drink menu. Nice craft beer selection and fights available! Started with the onion soup. Delicious!! My wife had the chicken cheese steak with a horseradish cream sauce. It was great! I had the honey bacon jam burger with cheese on a bright roll. The bacon jam was delicious. The burger cooked perfectly. Looking forward to returning!!
4 based on 250 reviews
The French Dip, onion rings and mozzarella appetizer were very good but the fish in the fish and chips was pre-fab pretty sure.
Serving sizes are somewhat small, but the environment of this historic inn is very nice especially at Christmas.
Worth the stop, make reservations though as it does get full fast.
4 based on 97 reviews
Stop for breakfast and you won't be disappointed. Just like our Jan 2016 stop and review, I had the Crème Brulee French Toast. Outstanding! A western omelet with perfectly cooked, nicely browned home fries, toast, and coffee also were great for my dining partner. Service is fast and friendly, hot food served hot off the grill, coffee mugs refilled. It's a must stop along Rt. 309 anytime you pass by. Stop and enjoy really good food reasonably priced.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
In town for business and saw this highly rated pizza place. Giovanni's lived up to the reviews. The pizzas are HUGE. A large would feed 4 people!!!! Lots of choices, great menu, service was good and like the family atmosphere. Only downside was that they don't serve beer, but on their menu it says, "bring your beer".
4.5 based on 64 reviews
This nice but unassuming building offers a hidden gem inside: incredible Italian food! Their pizza is delicious, with a thin crust, and many options to choose from, or build-your-own. I've tried both the tomato and "white" pizzas and both are excellent and flavorful. I like "Gabriella" with spinach this last visit. Mmmm. My mom had stuffed chicken on a bed of risotto. Delicious! And the risotto was so flavorful and homemade. Finally, I could not keep my fork away from my brother's tortellini "Rosa" which has a pink vodka sauce. Incredible. I want to go back ASAP, too bad I live in Seattle!
4.5 based on 36 reviews
In a short stretch of busy Route 309 you'll find Fridays, Applebees, Wendys, MacDonalds, Burger King, Arbys, Popeye's Kitchen, two diners, Five Guys, Chick Filet, Red Robin, and a few other non-chain establishments...phew! And amidst all of that over-priced predictability is Yellowtail, an Asian fusion restaurant with an incredible menu. Sushi, sashemi, rolls, lunch Bento boxes, dumplings, tempura, noodles of several kinds, Chinese favorites, Pad Thai...it's all there and everything we tried was excellent!
The Shumai shrimp appetizer (6) was enough for sharing and only $5. The Shrimp and Veggie tempura appetizer at $10 was loaded with tempura broccoli, zucchini, shrimp, and other veggies (great for sharing).
I tried the Maki roll entree (choice of $15 or $16 versions) with a California roll, eel roll, shrimp tempura roll, and one other with a side of sprouts, thin sliced ginger and a dollop of wasabi for those needing heat. The entree comes with either a bowl of Miso soup or a green salad. The Miso was fantastic! Lots of food here!
A companion tried the Pad Thai shrimp which was a large bowl of deliciously sauced noodles and a generous amount of shrimp. The dish got high marks from this Pad Thai lover. Another companion ordered the sushi entree ($18) with 7 different sushi and a california roll. This also came with a bowl of Miso soup. Nicely presented with sprouts, ginger and wasabi. Very good!
We had a couple of Angry Orchard ciders and a Japanese soda with the meal.
My only regret is that it took me so long to finally try the place. I will definitely be back...there is so much to try! There's a 4-6 happy hour at the bar but not sure what specials are offered. On a Friday nite there was almost no one in the restaurant at 5pm but by the time we left around 7pm the place was hopping! Let's hope that the locals and the traffic on Rt. 309 support this place. Terrific to have a place of Yellowtail's caliber in the area!
4.5 based on 31 reviews
Always delicious food with consistent friendly service. I love the curbside to go ordering. My fav is the chicken deluxe on a multigrain bun with the superfood side-yum!
4 based on 58 reviews
Come here often, place is great, atmosphere is casual and laid-back, beer list is unbelievable!Staff is courteous and professional, food is always outstanding! No one is perfect, on the one rare occasion I had an issue with food it was replaced immediately!
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