The Trum Tavern. Just another local watering hole that is just that. A place to drink beer. Dark and devoid of anything exciting, there really is no attraction to this place. Simply a beer place with a few pool tables.
Honestly, there's no reason to go in here unless you are meeting someone or know the bartender. The clientele seems a little lowbrow, matching the people behind the bar.
Last time I ventured in there, a woman with spaghetti on her shirt tried to strike up a conversation. That was, in fact, the last time I went in there. Nuff said.
This is one of those places where the local work force gathers for a cool one. The beer selection is OK, but I don't think these guys are looking for a sophisticated beer. The bartenders are a little quirky, and the bar a little crowded.
Food is average, almost boring. The last time I was in there, they were serving meals on paper plates with plastic silverware!
Great place for a beer with your buddies. Period.
Take the whole family along and enjoy the menu and pricing. This place is a typical diner on one hand, yet a more engaging place on the other. You can stop in for just a beer or stay for a dinner. The staff is typical Bucks County, and the clientele is typical as well.
The whole place is a little dark, and the decor is spartan. Don't let that keep you away because the food is good and the portions fair.
For a while the Peppercorn Pub was closed, with a pharmacy scheduled to be built on the property. Lately, the neon signs are back in the window and the beer is flowing again. The building is old and dirty, at least on the outside, but the beer glasses are cold!
We buy a lot of steel from Kane, and they always perform. Even from over 50 miles away, their prices are competitive with much closer firms, but their attention to detail swings the jobs their way. The estimators and sales people are good, but they need some help. Trying ti get complex jobs priced up flusters them, and that can hurt them on the big work.
For plain old fabrications, Kane is great.
These guys have the big guns...aerial equipment that is beyond anything at the usual rental places. I don't think the average Joe Hoemowner will need anything in here, but contractors have the selection to drool over.
If you've ever been frustrated by the lack of knowledge at a home depot, then head on up to TSC. These folks have the knowledge and inventory to help you out with the bigger projects, and your bigger machines. Farm equipment, and lawn tractors or lawnmowers, and all kinds of seed and yard stuff. Trailers, batteries, hardware for the big machines in your garage.
They also have a full line of "working clothes"...that is carhartt and other heavy-duty denim and work wear. For the working man, this place is one-stop shopping
The folks at MRD excel in customer service. When we were looking for paneling for a basement project they took us to the mill where the stuff is made! Just so we could see the exact stuff we were going to get. They beat the Home Depot pricing, and delivered it, too. (still for less than the Depot).
Great selection, outstanding service, great pricing. HARD TO BEAT!
Redners used to be the place to go for discounted groceries. They always had the best deals, until Giant came to town.
Honestly, the place always seems dirty, and the stock is never that good. The good deals go too quick, almost as if they only get enough in stock to promote the sale and get you in the door. The old bait-and-switch.
Never bought any deli products, just non-perishables and canned goods. That's all I really felt good about buying there.