Of all the inns in Bucks County, one sticks out among the others because of its food, service, and amazing location on the waterfront. Frank Quattrone wrote about the inn for Bucks County Magazine.
The Yardley Inn, founded in 1832 and located at 82 E. Afton Avenue, has been serving residents and visitors alike for almost 200 years. Centrally located on the east bank of the Delaware River, the inn is known for its eclectic menu, now overseen by executive chef Robert McNally. Formerly cooking at The Salt House in New Hope, Southampton’s Blue Sage, and Chambers 19 in Doylestown, McNally is now offering fine dining to the Yardley area.
For an appetizer, diners can treat themselves to a cheese plate, complete with locally sourced blue cheese, aged Gouda, cheddar jack, pecorino, and Humboldt Fog brie. Sides of fruit and mustard come complementary with the cheese selection.
For small plates, one can choose from Saffron Arancini, Sicilian rice balls, and Baby Roasted Beets.
Main courses include Crab Ravioli, Mushroom Cacio e Pepe, and Mexican Street Corn Cavatelli.
Overlooking the patio, diners can enjoy a glass of wine with a little dessert, such as chocolate cake and vanilla bean crème brûlée.
Read more about the Yardley Inn at Bucks County Magazine.