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unocal Mar 13, 2011 06:18 AM

hello, i will be heading to this area tomorrow, and am wondering if there are any not-to-miss places in the area. i really want to go to trenton to try delorenzo's, but alas, they are closed on mondays! either pizza or some down home PA style cooking would fit the bill. thanks for any info!

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    sommrluv RE: unocal Mar 13, 2011 05:35 PM

    Honey is not to be missed, but it's not pizza or dutchy.

    I had dinner for the first time from a place in Doylestown "Buffalo Grill" was really pleased. Bison cheesesteak was exception and calamari was really good as well.

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      unocal RE: sommrluv Mar 13, 2011 08:10 PM

      thanks for the rec sommrluv, but i think it's gonna be tomato pie in trenton!

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      cwdonald RE: unocal Mar 14, 2011 09:03 AM

      You do have a decent tomato pie option in Ivlyand at Tony's place. If you really want you can get Delorenzo's (Hamilton Ave family )at the Risoldi market in Trenton on Mondays.

      Food wise in Doylestown, Honey is great, and Slate Bleu does a great french bistro. In Chalfont
      Los Sarapes does some nice Mexican food.

      For breakfast, the Cross Keys Diner on 313 is a good choice.

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      Cross Keys Diner
      4125 E Swamp Rd, Doylestown, PA 18902

      Slate Bleu
      100 S Main St Ste 105, Doylestown, PA 18901

      1. AmblerGirl RE: unocal Mar 15, 2011 05:01 AM

        I agree with the rec for Honey, its great! The area is not a really PA Dutch area, its just a suburb like any other so you might not have any luck finding and down home cooking. They actually have a good casual BBQ place called Duck Deli in Chalfont, if you want some comfort food, their smoked tuna hoagie is delicous.

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