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mfp79 Feb 28, 2008 11:02 AM

Do they have a website? Would you reccomend it for dinner? We're looking for somewhere tasy for Saturday night.

  1. ambrose Feb 28, 2008 11:52 AM

    Strictly speaking, you should ask your question on the Mid-Atlantic board, since Stockton is in New Jersey. You may find that the moderators move your message.

    I don't believe Miels has a website. If you search the web, however, you'll find numerous personal comments from people who've eaten there. Here's one:

    http://www.newhopepa.com/meils.htm

    I myself have never had dinner there, only lunch, so I really can't speak to your specific question.

    I don't know how much you are willing to spend but if you want to step up a bit from Miels, you could always try The Stockton Inn or The Centre Bridge Inn, just across the bridge in PA. If you don't mind driving a few minutes north, you could also go to The Sergeantsville Inn in Sergeantsville, NJ. That would be my choice.

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      murano Feb 28, 2008 12:01 PM

      I also have only been there for lunch but I really enjoyed it. Great chicken pot pie and chocolate croissants. I've been wishing to go there for dinner. If you are looking for a sure fire hit, I would go up the river a bit on the PA side and go to The Golden Pheasant. French food made by a French man.

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        mombaker247 Feb 28, 2008 06:44 PM

        New Hope the first weekend in March, comfort food time. Phillips Mill or Hotel du Village totally comfort and romantic Ricks in Lville or Belles for Italian crowded. Go to the Cafe in Rosemont to be in a general store/restaurant and served local fresh food. Sergeantsville Inn has fire. Stockton Inn has great entertainment on friday night and a fun bar with good bar food.

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          penthilisea Feb 25, 2009 05:28 PM

          I would reccomend it, but with caveat that it is not the fastest service in the world. I lust after their pa dutch style chicken pot pie with biscuits in the cold months and my grandmother LOVES their cabbage soup!

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