If you like to eat then Milford Pennsylvania is the place to go. There are many good restaurants here with a lot of culinary delights. Some of them are listed below.
Dimmick Inn and Steakhouse
This is an American eatery in a historic old Inn. Its family-owned and operated it has outdoor seating and provides local music on the weekends. During the winter you can enjoy a roaring fire as you eat your delicious steak, or munch on personally made pizzas, sip your fine wine or enjoy your tasty beverage. During the summer you can eat out on the front and side decks enjoying the fresh air. It is never buggy so you can enjoy your time outside without getting bombarded by insects. It can be found at 101 E. Hartford St. in Milford, PA. Staff is friendly and attentive. you can learn more here at their Facebook link
Hotel Fauchere with the Delmonico Room and Bar Louis and 403 Broad
Although all owned by Sean Strub they all offer different fares and different environments. The Delmonico Room offers fine dining. The wine selection is extravagant, the service is elegant, and the food is eclectic and delicious. Many items are locally sourced and the chef is a creative wonder. One would expect an establishment like this more likely in New York City or Philadelphia but we have the pleasure of having it local and serving not only tourists but also the residents. Bar Louis is certainly an unusual place to grab a drink or to have lunch or dinner. The bar is decorated with art as well as the dining room and it is found directly below the hotel. Again culinary masterpieces can be discovered at reasonable rates. Also as in the Delmonico Room most items are locally sourced. They have a great selection of different wines, liquors and cordials.
403 Broad is the newest addition and is right next door to the hotel. It is housed in the historic Emerson House. The restaurant is again locally sourced for all its items and they grind their own coffee, mill their own grain and use non-GMO ingredients. In the morning is a bakery it's a great sandwich place for lunch and it's a pizza and pasta shop by night. In all the previous places to eat we have rarely had a meal that we did not enjoy thoroughly.
Located in a national historic landmark this restaurant is located adjacent to the Upper Mill Grist Mill in Milford PA. It has a 24 foot working waterwheel which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This was originally built in the early 1800s and you can view this through a glass wall and see an operation. In historic Milford this gives you a glimpse of what life was like over 150 years ago. That heritage is displayed in the fine baked goods as well as the modern fare that is delivered every day to the residents of Milford Pennsylvania. This is a great place to come for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Food can range from anything from a classic French dish to a Mediterranean sampler to Taiwanese dishes. It is certainly a culinary delight to eat here. In addition the baked goods with a great cup of coffee in the morning is a wonderful way to start your day before exploring the town.
Depending on the mood that you were in and the appetite that you have any of the places listed previously are great place to grab a meal. We have enclosed links for you to visit their site and to learn more about what they can offer. Rest assured that you will enjoy your meal, you will have a server that is competent and friendly, and you'll want to eat there again.