BUCKS COUNTY - Peddler’s Village is home to several restaurants, with outdoor seating and indoor seating, and guests who purchase tickets to Murder at the Moulin or Comedy Under the Stars receive a 10% discount at any of these restaurants on the day of the show.

Best Restaurants in Peddler's Village

Earl’s New American

Peddler's Village pairs the rustic charm and romance of a Bucks County farmhouse with contemporary cuisine. Popular menu items include seasonal oysters, lobster dumplings, she-crab bisque, five-hour braised molasses short ribs, shrimp and grits, pan-seared salmon, cheesecake, and flourless chocolate cake. Recognized by PhillyBite for one of the “best burgers in Bucks County,”

Buttonwood Grill

It offers casual dining and a menu to suit all tastes. From crabby three-cheese and spinach dip to the “Thai Cobb” salad to stone-fired thin-crust pizzas and Baja fish tacos, the tasty Buttonwood Grill cuisine pairs beautifully with the craft beers and specialty beverages available at this popular Bucks County spot. The buttonwood also makes PhillyBite’s list of the best burgers in Bucks County; see link above!

The Cock ‘n Bull

The Cock n Bull has been serving signature American classics like chicken pot pie for over fifty years and modern versions of classics such as beef, poultry, and seafood entrees. The menu is changed seasonally, so fresh interpretations of American-based cuisine are featured throughout the year. The dining rooms are richly appointed with Colonial-style embellishments, along with the Jamison family’s private collection of folk art and antiques.

Hart’s Tavern

Renders it a welcoming, casual stop for mouth-watering American fare such as fried pickle chips, smoked brisket burgers, soups, and sandwiches. The long wooden bar and friendly bartenders call to mind images of Cheers.

Peddler’s Pub

It is an easy-going, family-friendly pub with a homey vibe featuring a hearty menu of sandwiches & brews. Popular selections include nachos, hot roast beef sandwiches, shepherd’s pie, and pulled pork mac and cheese.

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