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Any recommendations for Sellersville?

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harpandheart Jun 26, 2008 03:52 PM

DH and I are going to a concert there tomorrow evening and we'd like to eat beforehand. Any recommendations for restaurants there - nothing fancy or expensive, just good food.

Thanks
Nancy

  1. crazyspice Jun 26, 2008 04:02 PM

    If you are going to the Sellersville Theatre, the Washington House is right next door and I believe the best eats in Sellersville.

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      harpandheart Jun 26, 2008 04:24 PM

      uh..it looks wonderful. But is there anywhere else less pricey? A good deli, great pizza, good diner by any chance?

      Thanks

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        crazyspice Jun 26, 2008 04:31 PM

        Sorry! I've always thought it to be reasonable. Where are you coming from?

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          JohnnyKBar Jun 26, 2008 06:41 PM

          Washington house is v.good, but for cheaper eats, about 5 minutes away is Cafe Avocado in the heart of Perkasie. Very tasty and fairly creative. The Avocado BLT is really pretty tasty. If the menu doesn't speak to you, there's a pretty good italian place in the Landis shopping center (off Constitution Ave across from Lake Lenape Park). I usually get the penne puttanesca and garlic bread and haven't been disappointed with anything I've gotten. There's also Vietnam Cafe over in Telford, which is about 10 minutes from the theater. It's some of the best food in the area and highly recommended as a Vietnamese restaurant, to boot. Let us know how it turns out.

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      givemecarbs Jun 26, 2008 08:39 PM

      Well the A and N diner in Sellersville is my go to place for late night dining. They are open 24 hours a day but honestly I've only eaten late night gyros and breakfast food and desserts and milkshakes. The staff has always been very kind and patient with my friends and I. They do have a non-smoking and a smoking section, so if your party is all non smoking, request a table or booth far away from the counter area and you should be all good. The most charming thing about the menu is that their gyros come with three pierogies and a side of sour cream instead of the usual fries. They get major props just for that! I arrive in time to see the blackboard dinner specials but too late to order any of them alas! If you do go there for diinner let us know how you liked it!

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