Yardley is a borough in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States. The small community of Yardley is bordered by the Delaware River and Ewing, New Jersey on the east, and by Lower Makefield Township on the north, west, and south. The population was 2,434 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Yardley
5 based on 973 reviews
Full service restaurant, private events, and bar serving lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday. Weekend reservations highly recommended. Drop-off catering, take-out, and children's menus available. Corporate and social events up to 130 people in 4 newly remodeled private rooms. Menu descriptions available on website.
Excellent food and great ambiance. We started with the French onion soup and raspberry baked brie. If you like onions you must have the onion soup. It is loaded with onions. Both items were delicious. I had the veal parm and my wife had the lump crab cake. Both entrees were delicious. For dessert the house made cheesecake and carrot cake were exceptional. This is a restaurant you keep coming back to.
4 based on 249 reviews
Vault is a Brewery and Restaurant located in an 1800s bank complete with a vault. They offer an ever-rotating list of beers brewed in house and a seasonal menu featuring creations out of a copper-clad wood fired oven
First time visit and found parking difficult. Street parking was all blocked of by temporary police order so that made it even more difficult.
The ambience is really nice inside, although we were seated in a corner by a doorway and I was chilly. There was plenty of room elsewhere so I am not sure why we were seated where we were.
A good beer selection - even though I don't drink it. My husband had a flight.
I had the crab cake sliders and found the bread too doughy and thick that they completely overpowered the crab cake. They were better eaten without the bun. They were ok. I've had better.
My husband had the Beef Brisket Sandwich. He liked the bread but over all said it was ok.
The service was amazing. Very efficient and quick delivery.
4.5 based on 67 reviews
What is not to love with the Yardley Ice House. Tucked behind Mil-Lee's this Yardley favorite has lines out the door from April until October. Great flavors ranging from the standards (lemon, cherry mint chocolate chip) to specialty (grasshopper, peeps). Very friendly staff. Medium cup is a reasonable $3.
Note: no public restrooms.
4.5 based on 61 reviews
This little bakery off the main street in Yardley has been a staple of the town since as long as I can remember.
Their yummy cakes and delicious bounty are always fresh. I sometimes walk in just to see what kinda of treats they are offering!
Many of my friends have ordered cakes for birthdays, gender reveals, weddings, etc. The service is good and quick.
If you are ever in need of a baked goodie, head over to Cramer's!
5 based on 126 reviews
Unfortunately, I can't eat sweets anymore, but everybody who does tells me that this is by far the best bakery in the area. Their sticky buns are legendary, but they also have big fat delicious-looking macaroons, cookies, cupcakes, and other tempting items in the display case. All I can do is look and imagine.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Although I'm not a major coffee drinker and don't really understand the complexities behind the drink, I can appreciate a good cappuccino. It had a nice flavor and great presentation! I try not to pay too much for coffee drinks but I thought the Pretty Bird was at least on par with pricing and I didn't feel taken. A better option than Starbucks, in my opinion. I had an egg sandwich, too, which was delicious, but a little smaller than I was expecting. I was also somewhat disappointed they had run out of chorizo, (reason for 4 stars), and I was stuck with bacon. I do love bacon but find it to be too fatty or less crispy than I'd like when I order in restaurants, (a little fatty in this case). In any event, everything was delicious and I had a pleasant experience. I'll definitely be back, hopefully trying the chorizo. I'd recommend this place to anyone!
4.5 based on 152 reviews
Lunch items were not refilled on the Buffet. Food still left there looked dried out. Dining room temperature was much too warm. There was NO Ice in the lukewarm water served. Not a good experience.
4 based on 27 reviews
This is a great Starbucks location. Lots of seats inside and the barristas expertly craft any drink you select. It is also nice that it is is right on Main Street in Yardley and near plenty of the old fashioned downtown feel that Yardley offers. ONE drawback is the parking - there are only a few slots, so be prepared to walk a block or so.
4.5 based on 207 reviews
This restaurant has a beautiful bar and dining area just off the bar. Best place to eat. They also have several formal dining rooms. We have been there often and the food has always been wonderful. Further the service is outstanding. My wife needs to have gluten free foods and the staff goes out of their way to prepare many of their menu items gluten free. This is fine dining. While not inexpensive the value is high. The atmosophere is extremely friendly.
4.5 based on 193 reviews
I usually don't go to Italian places because hey, I can make it better.
I thoroughly enjoyed the atmosphere and the food was very good. Portion sizes were not gluttony size. They filled you. I like not to over eat. Quality over quantity. So many places try to make up with quantity.
My first generation Italian friends swear by this joint. I go by their word and my taste buds.
Service was friendly.
I also went there for an after funeral get together. Top notch. The family was at ease and comforted at a difficult time by the good service
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