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“Every Day is Schnitzel Day!”
Review of Newportville Inn

Newportville Inn
Ranked #3 of 115 Restaurants in Levittown
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: German
Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Reviewed 2 April 2016

What an April Fool's Day with temperatures topping out at 80 degrees. Seeing the adventurous preparing to drink & dine at the Newportville Inn's beer garden, we decided to have some German food for dinner at the place voted Best German Restaurant in Bucks for the past three years. The breezes were too much for us to stay outdoors - but the Inn has a long, narrow dining room that faces on to the Neshaminy Creek, visible before the trees leaf out. The Inn is known for its selection of imported German Beers - on tap & by the bottle. Our server Jill was upbeat & energetic, quickly taking care of our beverage needs. We opted for some of the evening's specials, starting first w/ a menu item - snapper soup, served w/ a cruet of sherry - the soup dark, thick & rich. Next was an order of Pierogies w/ chicken sausage (yummy - w/ just enough sautéed onion & sour cream). I selected Chicken Schnitzel topped w/ Asparagus in Hollandaise Sauce (delicious) served over a bed of spaetzle - light as a feather. My husband was delighted to hear they were offering duck breast topped w/ mushroom sauce that evening - It was served w/ broccoli & baked potato & my husband was a happy diner. Our recommendation - don't wait for Octoberfest - get over to Newportville Inn soon & enjoy their kitchen's creations & their assorted libations.

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Reviewed 15 February 2016

1st time coming here because I didn't feel like driving to Philly for German beer and such.
Large assortment of schnitzels, good German appetizers and sides. We liked the potato salad, not too vinegary. The mustard (on the table with pretzels is very good and has a kick. Service was excellent, Tom was our waiter and he had other people coming by to help during service. I was impressed with the 'team' attitude of everyone there. Desserts were the low point of the meal. (I assume frozen and thawed...not really happy with either one we had)
Prices were reasonable... mid range ($17 for an entrée seemed about the normal price).

Good selection of draft beer (13 on tap), decent drink menu and though we were in the dining room, the bar area looked nice.
We plan on returning.

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Thank Barry M
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Reviewed 9 February 2016

Good beer selection, good food, great service. Food was delivered quickly and service was great! The ambiance was very nice and everyone was very friendly.

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Thank JackieT181
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Reviewed 7 February 2016 via mobile

They serve WARM bread! That's a great way to start. Beer selection is superb.
Burger was of the frozen variety but the toasted bun was exceptional. Red cabbage was very sweet. Sauerbraten was dry.
French fries were yummy.

Thank Schnibbler
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Reviewed 1 February 2016

We came to refresh our memories of our December trip to Germany. An American bar / restaurant with a strong German flavor. Starting as you enter with the dark closed in entrance filled with German beer signs and memorabilia. Lots of German and Belgian beers on tap. Service is extremely fast and friendly and always helpful if you are undecided on your selections. We each feasted on different Schnitzels Rahm, Jager, and Ziegeuner, Blauer Engel (chicken). All accompanied with fine German brews. Franziskaner, Warsteiner, and Spaten

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Thank Richard K
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