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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Jamison Publick House and Limeport Inn will be closed Sunday January 24 . We will reopen Tuesday . Stay Safe. ... See MoreSee Less
Jamison Publick House and Limeport Inn will be closed Saturday January 23, due to the predicted inclement weather.. See You on Sunday :) ... See MoreSee Less
Last night we had the perfect meal. It couldn’t have been better. We chose to sit outside for the first time and the patio was very comfortable. The tables are spaced nicely so you aren’t too close to the next table. From the opening cocktail, a well-mixed Bellini martini, to the fresh salad to my entrée of a lamb shank, swiss chard and an interesting rice pilaf, everything was delicious. My husband enjoyed his huge pub-fare turkey club and sweet-potato fries just as much. Even the coffee was delicious.
One of the best independent places in the area. The menu is always different and the food is great. In a time where everything has gone to the chain restaurant, it’s always great to have a go to restaurant where you know each dining experience will be 5 star. I definitely recommend Jamison Publick House to anyone looking for a great dining and food experience.
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!