Central Bucks County, PA, Guide and Information
Steeped in history and a long tradition of hospitality, the Doylestown of today stands out as perhaps the most alluring town in Bucks County. Named after William Doyle, a gentleman that built the first tavern in the region in 1745 within Doylestown's lively downtown center, here you can find many nice places to drink and dine. It's a well-loved resort town that offers much in terms of food, shopping and history.
The Hattery Stove and Still is a great place to start for excellent food and drink in an historic setting. Dine on juicy burgers, avocado toast and lots of other tasty offerings in an eclectic decor that mixes the old with the new and antiques with industrial accents. Plan ahead and reserve a room at The Doylestown Inn at the same address. Established in 1903, a night in this small, boutique hotel furnishes all the charm and splendor that you find in an historic property.