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Black Bass Hotel
Black Bass Hotel
(2146)
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International | Lumberville, Bucks County

Beautiful setting and we always love the atmosphere. We ordered the crispy shrimp appetizer and the crab and lobster upside down martini. Both were delicious. I especially loved the spiciness of the crispy shrimp. Halibut was the special for the evening and my husband and I both ordered it. The prep was quite tasty with a mango relish side and served with plantains. Service, drinks and dessert were top notch. It was a wonderful way to celebrate our anniversary. More

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Discover Lumberville

Lumberville is a quaint, almost rustic village perfect for long, somewhat aimless walks, but it offers a genuine surprise in its dining scene: travelers and locals are spoiled for choice. You can find everything from Thai fusion cuisine with fresh vegetables to gourmet pizzerias and wine bars to classic American fare. Authentic French bistros lie within walking distance of taquerias seemingly transplanted from a dusty border town. The town’s stealth weapon might well be its selection of inns. Highlighting contemporary American cuisine, they have the feel of family businesses with great pride being taken in the menu and service. The ingredients are fresh and sourced locally where possible. All in all, in Lumberville, the colonial meets the modern.

Discover Lumberville

Lumberville is a quaint, almost rustic village perfect for long, somewhat aimless walks, but it offers a genuine surprise in its dining scene: travelers and locals are spoiled for choice. You can find everything from Thai fusion cuisine with fresh vegetables to gourmet pizzerias and wine bars to classic American fare. Authentic French bistros lie within walking distance of taquerias seemingly transplanted from a dusty border town. The town’s stealth weapon might well be its selection of inns. Highlighting contemporary American cuisine, they have the feel of family businesses with great pride being taken in the menu and service. The ingredients are fresh and sourced locally where possible. All in all, in Lumberville, the colonial meets the modern.