We went here to meet some friends we had not seen in many years. We arrived a few minutes late and our friends were seated when we arrived. Our waitress was very friendly and took our drink orders right away. We all ordered appetizers, I...More
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We've been enjoying the Riegelsville Inn for years since moving to the area. It is our favorite winter pub with a blazing wood fire and nice selection of beer on a rotating basis. The food is always tasty and the chef accommodates special requests. Dumplings,...More
His review applies to Pub. Proficient server. Food was terrible. Pierogies were overly crusty and flavorless. Two orders of calamari were fried to rocks. Sweet potato fries were charcoal. I could not believe there was no apparent embarrassment in serving food which was visibly such...More
We always like to go somewhere special for Christmas Eve dinner. My 85 year old mom likes quaint inns and a nice ride, so I made a reservation in early November for this restaurant. In fact, it was so early that they didn't actually have...More
Had dinner at the Inn with two other couples and the food was excellent. Nice ambiance (200+ year old inn) and very friendly service. Wonderful dining experience.
I have been going to the Inn for 12 years and it has never been consistent. The pub food generally can be counted on. There burgers are good, chili is great salads are nice crab cocktail is good. Go to the restaurant side where there...More
Great place to have drinks in the bar by the fireplace or outside if it's warm. I haven't eaten off the menu here in a while but it has been hit or miss.
Roadside and riverside (Delaware, that is). Worth a special trip. The veranda is very nice, but we sat inside by a warm, small fire in the huge original kitchen fire hearth. Attentive service for brunch. They serve a serious Bloody Mary.
Very quaint and excellent food. I especially enjoy coming here for lunch when I can sit at one of the tables outside.