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Lambertville Restaurants With Dining reviews

Lambertville Restaurants

Across the Delaware River from New Hope, PA, Lambertville is a charming, historic town, and a popular tourist attraction with many Victorian homes, bed and breakfasts, art galleries, antique shops, and a number of small, cozy restaurants.

Some of the major attractions include: The Lambertville Historical Society – The Marshall House, Museum At Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead, and the Bridge To Bridge - D & R Towpath Canal Bike Trail.

Popular Lambertville Restaurants with Dining Reviews

Anton's at the Swan

Anton's at the Swan
An historic, romantic Inn where you can enjoy creative American fare while dining in a soft candlelit setting.
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Bell's Tavern

Bell's Tavern
Bell's Tavern is popular with the locals and families who come to enjoy good Italian food in a friendly tavern setting at a very affordable price
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Broadmoor Restaurant

The Broadmoor
The Broadmoor Restaurant stands out amongst the best of many Lambertville European BYOB restaurants with it's well executed menu served in an upscale, yet casual, charming, and inviting setting.
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d'Floret Restaurant

d'Floret Restaurant
One of the top restaurants in the Lambertville area. Owned by acclaimed Chef Dennis Foy who serves a creative, contemporary American, seasonal menu using local, fresh farm-to-table ingredients, in an attractive, upscale setting.
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The Hawke Restaurant

The Hawke
Located a 10-minute walk from the main downtown section, in a charming circa 1860's, 6-room small hotel, The Hawke is a great spot to celebrate a special occasion, especially a romantic occasion or date. A warmer summer months attraction is outdoor dining on the garden patio shaded by four 100-year-old sycamore trees, is heated with patio heaters during the cooler spring and fall months.
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Lambertville Station Restaurant

Lambertville Station
The Lambertville Station Restaurant is the most popular, largest, Lambertville's restaurant..
Its located in a restored 19th century train station sitting prominently at the end of Bridge Street, overlooking the canal and the Delaware River. Popular with diners who enjoy well prepared American food and dining outdoors with a scenic canal view.
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Local Creek Lambertville

Local Greek Lambertville
located on the D & R Canal Towpath --- a popular spot for locals who enjoy a well-executed menu of Greek food with a modern twist.
This charming two-story building set back from Bridge Street, in the warmer months is a popular Lambertville spot for al fresco dining on the garden patio along the canal. A good spot for people watching as they stroll by along the towpath.
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