Dining September 23, 2017
This Charming House In Pennsylvania Is Actually A Restaurant And You’ll Want To Visit
Pennsylvania’s lush landscape is dotted with picturesque farms, rolling hills, and enchanting homes. Some of those homes, however, shelter some of the most delicious food in the state. This charming house in Pennsylvania, once an inn and now a restaurant, promises a delightfully delicious experience.
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Nestled in the Bucks County countryside, Jamison Publick House sits outside of East Greenville and Quakerstown is only a short 10 minute drive away.
The historic former inn was built in the mid-1700's and was later renovated by Mark and Angel Jamison, its current owners.
Pull up a chair at the quaint bar or sit at one of the cozy tables drenched in sunlight or illuminated by soft candlelight.
Start your culinary experience with a beer or a wine from the extensive beverage menu. Wine, such as White Estrella and White Zinfandel, is available by the glass or by the bottle.
The cozy restaurant features a variety of appetizers, including cornmeal crusted calamari, roasted cauliflower risotto balls, and fried Chesapeake Bay oysters.
Opt for traditional pub fare for your main meal: a classic Angus burger, corned beef Reuben, or fish and chips.
Or, indulge in a scrumptious entree like filet mignon, sea bass, or eggplant parmesan.
Top off your meal with a delicious dessert. Strawberries and cream jar cake, white chocolate cheesecake, and butterscotch vanilla ice cream are among the popular options.
Jamison Publick House welcomes diners Tuesday through Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sunday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Jamison Publick House
1860 Geryville Pike
Pennsburg, PA 18073
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