The food here is good and fairly reasonable. They run different specials every night. Thursdays they have the best deal filet, pork chop, and chicken breast with mashed potatoes that go around the skillet is served on for $16.99. The waitress are friendly and quick. The restaurant is not decorated to my taste but is nice. They also have an outdoor deck for dinning.
Forget IHOP. This diner is small. Sometimes it is hard to get a seat, but it is well worth the wait. The waitresses are great. The pancakes are to die for. I think they put cinnamon in them or something. The homefries are pretty good as well. Definately try to stop by and grab some breakfast. To be honest, I don't think they are open for anything but.
I took my car here after my car was backed into. I also got another estimate when it was backed into again. The pricing was fair. He quotes with the actual car parts when available. The work was done in few days and looked very good. I did have to take the car back because they forgot to plug in the headlights but other than that the work was ok.
There is a full office of gynecologists right down the road from me but I travel an half hour go to Dr. Gerstein. She is a wonderful, caring, and understanding doctor. Makes what is usually a unpleasant appointment a little more bearable. The office is a little hard to find the first time that you go. It is located right by Doylestown Hospital. She has another location as well in Warrington, but I haven't been to that office. She specializes strictly in gynecology.
Great little coffee house. I couldn't comment about the coffee since I don't drink it. I have been gotten several different baked goods and they are amazing. The chocolate cake was so incredibly good. They have a good array of entertainment. The only bad things are that it is on the small and if you go on a Friday night parking can be a little tough.
The location is not great for this little shop on the corner of York and County Line, just because it is hard to get in an out of. The parking lot is also small but its never been that crowded that I have had a problem. I have never gotten anything but donuts here. For not being a traditional bakery, they are not bad. Much better than the balls of grease that Dukin' Donuts serve up. Very resonable priced as well.
I generally go for the sandwiches but on occasion I have gone over to the bakery. The bread is amazing my favorite is their focaccia. I like to some home and use it for sandwiches. They have some kick butt brownies as well. The version that I like has raspberry sauce and it is divine. The bagels are amazing but very expensive.
This place has been in business forever. It is a little hard to find. It is in the corner of this L shaped strip mall...at first you might think its gone out of business but you have to walk beyond the outside stores. I have fond memories of going here with my grandmother on almost a weekly basis when I was growing up. They have amazing cupcakes and butter cookies.
I go to this shop about once a year now when I am up in Doylestown. The Entertainment book has a coupon in their for them. The people are always nice and patient as I pick things out. The items are priced a little moderately but thats to be expected for the area. I always pick up cupcakes for friend's children that I am going to see and they love them and I think they are my favorite too.
I have stopped in a few times on my way home from somewhere. Not a place I would travel to go to. The pretzels are OK. Too much salt...little on the thin side. I think they are priced a bit high. If you are having a hankering, they will definately do. The address listed does not seem right. It is not on Woodhaven. It is in the few stores on the street between Woodhaven and Byberry.