The Jamison Family has proudly renovated this historic hotel back to its original warmth of stone, wood and candlelight. We welcome all who thirst for value and service whether it be for a sandwich, a beer, or a bottle of wine over dinner. The restaurant offers lunch and dinner service Tuesday through Saturday and dinner on Sunday nights. Located amongst the back roads of northern Bucks County at 1860 Geryville Pike, Pennsburg, PA. the Publick House is ten minutes from Quakertown, just outside of East Greenville and a few miles west of the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike entrance on Route 663.
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The building has been beautifully restored. It’s charming and has an authentic colonial feeling. The atmosphere is casual, and the service is efficient and friendly. The food is excellent quality- They have everything from burgers and pub food to fine dining. The house-made salad dressings were wonderful, and so was dessert. I had scallops and my husband had the salmon; both were as good as any fine restaurant in the Philadelphia area. Can’t wait to go back and try a burger!
My family has gone here several times in the past 2 years. Everyone loves it. Great atmosphere, food, presentation and service. The background music does not overpower conversation and was relaxing and pleasant. We usually get there later in the afternoon on a weekday and have no wait. We are a family that likes to linger and talk during our meal and felt no pressure to leave. My brother-in-law from San Francisco used to be in the restaurant business and critiques every place he goes. This is the restaurant he chooses as his favorite in the area.
We haven’t been to the Jamison Publick House for a couple of years. What a difference! We remember the place mainly for it’s pub food. They now have an outstanding dinner menu with food quality to match the nicest of restaurants. Not only is the main dish exceptional, but the side dishes as well (the smoky beans with my scallops were almost as good as the scallops). There was clearly care placed in the selection of ingredients and the flavors brought out in everything.