The 10th Annual Delaware River Town’s Restaurant Week is a five-day regional celebration showcasing the incredible talent and diverse flavor of our valley’s rich cuisine.
For the 10th Anniversary, participating restaurants are expanding to showcase their chefs, local farmers, brewers, winemakers, and more! Whether you are seeking fine or casual dining, international or local fare, there is something for everyone!
From March 24th-28th all are invited to explore and experience the very best of the Delaware River Towns.
A special fine-dining menu or a prix fixe casual-dining menu will be offered by restaurants from Lumberville, Lambertville, Lahaska, New Hope, Stockton, and Washington Crossing during the five-day celebration of the Delaware River Towns’ best eateries.
Join us at Bell's Tavern for restaurant week. For almost eighty years, Bell’s Tavern has been a fixture of the local Lambertville community. At Bell’s you will find a unique combination of simple, quality dishes and eclectic specials. Come into our casual, friendly, neighborhood establishment and be prepared to be surprised by the tastes you will experience
Welcome the start of Spring with Delaware River Towns Restaurant Week! Once again, we’re extending the event through Friday. Reservations are highly recommended. Sunday through Thursday 4:30 - 8:30 pm; Friday 4:30 - 9:30 pm.
In 2012 acclaimed chef, Brian Held, opened Brian’s, which quickly established itself as the place to go for fine, European inspired cuisine. With rave reviews from the NY Times, Philly Inquirer, and more, Brian's is a must visit for your Restaurant Week itinerary.
Simple elegance defines the space
Glimpse through the glass windows into the open kitchen where Chef Alex Cormier works his magic.
He is comfortable, creative, spontaneous.
The food is American, Modern Italian, French.
The dining room standard is set: gracious, warm and kind.
Try Buttonwood Grill's signature “Best of Bucks” burger that's freshly ground daily or sample stone-fired thin crust pizzas, comfort dishes, pastas, and salads—or, better yet, pair them with a beverage from the extensive craft beer menu. Sean Browne is the executive chef.
Monday – Thursday 7 AM – 9 PM
Friday and Saturday 7 AM – 10 PM
Sunday 7AM – 9 PM
The Carversville Inn is located in the charming, historic village of Carversville. As one reviewer noted, it is “10 minutes and 100 years from New Hope.” The owners pride themselves in offering consistent, quality food in a romantic and friendly atmosphere off the beaten track.
The flagship restaurant of Peddler’s Village, the Cock ‘n Bull serves traditional American classics in a charming Colonial setting. Executive Chef Jack Connor presents comfort food favorites such as chicken pot pie, prime rib and beef Burgundy as well as appetizers, entrees, and desserts with contemporary appeal.
Monday – Thursday 11 AM – 8 PM
Friday and Saturday 11 AM – 9 PM
Sunday 9:30 AM – 8 PM
The exciting twenty-eight seat restaurant d’floret is a modern elegantly lit stage, featuring an open kitchen and adjoining dining room that exhibit the chef’s dual passions: Foy’s paintings and culinary mastery. Space is accented by a floor to ceiling Black Walnut Nakashima panel, lighting by Ayala Serfaty, the Israeli artist, with Arnie Jacobsen modern Classic chairs, finishing the sleek warm welcoming room.
Earl’s New American pairs the rustic charm and romance of a Bucks County farmhouse with contemporary, seasonal cuisine prepared by Executive Chef Evan Gentile.
Closed on Mondays
Tuesday – Sunday 11 AM – 4 PM
Tuesday – Thursday 4 PM – 9 PM
Friday & Saturday 4 PM – 10 PM
Sunday 4 PM – 9 PM
Late Night Bar:
Fridays & Saturdays 9 PM – 11 PM
Tuesday – Friday 4 PM – 6 PM
1/2 priced Beer, Wine, Cocktails & Apps
Restaurant Week is the perfect time to try out our new flavors. Celebrating our Mexican & Peruvian flavors, we are using this opportunity to showcase exclusive dishes beyond our regular menu.
OWNER / EXECUTIVE CHEF
Chef Francisco Argueta (Florentino’s) has been cooking fine Italian/Mediterranean cuisine for over 20 years. His consistency, dedication, and passion for fine cuisine have made his food a favorite of both locals and destination diners alike.
The timeless appeal and rustic elegance of Hamilton's Grill Room can't quite be captured in words, but must be experienced firsthand. Engaging, unaffected, and one of a kind, it is a sensuous adventure with a spirit as Mediterranean as the sun-drenched and fabled seacoast itself.
Canal-side, nestled in the European charm of a secluded courtyard along the flowing canal by the Delaware River and surrounded by quaint antique shops and art galleries, is the remarkable creation and signature of award winning Broadway set designer and restaurateur Jim Hamilton, which reflects his one-of-a-kind artistry.
Warm, soulful, and sophisticated, Hamilton's Grill Room remains one of the most romantic and unique special locations in the Northeast.
Its Nutts On The Canal is a family owned casual restaurant, offering homemade American/Mediterranean cuisine. We offer award winning fried chicken, tomato pies, homemade soups, and Greek cuisine! Fun for the whole family!
Lambertville House Hotel will be offering daily specials and serving up seasonal cocktails for your dining pleasure with a selected prixe fixe menu to be announced a week prior to Restaurant Week.
Treat Yourself To The Best Restaurant In Lambertville, NJ
For over three decades, discriminating diners from near and far have enjoyed the culinary creations at Lambertville Station Restaurant. Every dish features locally-grown and sourced ingredients and is served in our restored 19th century train station situated on the banks of the Delaware River. Enjoy a leisurely al fresco lunch or dinner on our lush terrace. Relax with a cocktail in our authentic American-style pub. Explore our collection of boutique wines. The choice is yours.
Logan Inn will be offering a 3 course wine paring dinner for $35.00 per person
Sunday, March 24 – Friday, March 29
$25 per person | Seatings 5:30 – 8:30 pm | BYOB
An environment where souls are moved into peace and comfort through selected textures, quiet colors and engaging hospitality. A refuge where our character is habitually displayed through small courtesies and considerations that make our guests feel special and treasured. A commitment to seek and acquire premium products which will amuse all five senses. A place to which you’ll long to return.
Martine’s Riverhouse will be offering 2 courses for $28 and 3 courses for $35. For an additional $21 we’ll be offering a wine pairing. We're in New Hope, in a casual setting along the banks of Delaware River. Come by to fulfill your hunger and feast your eyes on the view!
Lambertville and New Hope are full of history and culture on both sides of the Delaware River. Come enjoy a guided walking tour of these two cities while getting to enjoy the views, the shopping and of course, the FOOD!
This is the perfect opportunity to cover a lot of ground in a short amount of time! Whether a first time visitor or a local looking for something new and exciting to do- our tours have a little something for everyone!
We will meet at the Delaware River Towns Chamber & Visitors Bureau in Lambertville at 77 Bridge Street.
The tour duration is about three hours with about 2 miles of walking.
On average we will do 5 different tastings while on a tour.
Please give yourself plenty of time to find parking. We have a prompt start at 1pm!
**Dietary restrictions can and should be noted upon purchase of ticket or via email to us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Inn at Phillips Mill is an 18th century stone barn on the National Historic Register. We offer romantic dining by the fire in winter and on a flower-filled patio in summer.
The Salt House is located in the heart of beautiful New Hope, Pennsylvania and offers seasonal dishes using local ingredients. It is perhaps best described as “creative and elevated pub fare served in a 1751 stone building that feels straight out of a fairytale”. Lunch, dinner and late-night supper are available by the roaring fire in the tavern, in the upstairs library lounge or alfresco on the brick patio. Owner and Executive Chef Steven Lau settled in scenic Bucks County after a career traveling the globe as a recording artist and a senior executive at Warner Brothers. He later attended the Culinary Institute of America and founded an award-winning winery in the Napa Valley.
Triumph of New Hope is proud to partner with local farmers to present a true Farm-to-Table theme for Restaurant Week.
Under the Moon is a BYO with a mixed of American-Spanish and Italian cuisine from tapas to meatloaf to pasta
The Washington Crossing Inn’s traditional colonial-style structure, featuring a faithfully preserved 1817 home, provides an elegant backdrop for your most celebrated of occasions. Ideal for business lunches or dinner with family and friends, afternoon and evening dining at Washington Crossing Inn offers a relaxing atmosphere, scenic views, and a seasonal menu created by our Executive Chef. We use the freshest ingredients available to create intense, flavorful continental cuisine with an American flair. The warm glow of our numerous fireplaces, classic yet cozy atmosphere, and lush outdoor Secret Garden and patio areas offers the perfect setting for your dining experience.
The Woolverton Inn is proud to partner with various local farms and Unionville Vineyards to bring several delicious dining experiences to Restaurant Week guests.
Monday - Friday 8:30am-10:00am
Cost $15/person plus tax & gratuity
Menu changes daily but includes a freshly made three course breakfast each morning with the ability to accommodate dietary restrictions.
FARM & WINEMAKER DINNER
Tuesday March 26
One seating at 6:30pm
Cost $29/person plus tax & gratuity