Best American Restaurants in Sellersville

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Best American Restaurants in Sellersville

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Sellersville Restaurants

Arielle's Country Inn
Arielle's Country Inn
(945)
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Steak | Sellersville, Bucks County

Thoroughly enjoyed our dinner at Arielle’s . Staff were attentive, personable and eager to answer all our questions . The gardens are absolutely lovely and combined with the beautiful weather the evening we were there just enhanced our dining experience . Definitely recommend this restaurant and will certainly do a return visit ! More

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The Washington House - Pennsylvania
The Washington House - Pennsylvania
(2450)
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Contemporary American | Sellersville, Bucks County

Thank you for a wonderful lunch and time spent with a colleague that is leaving our work family. More

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Discover Sellersville

When thinking of food in the Philadelphia area, the first thing that probably comes to mind is the cheese steak. The City of Brotherly Love founded the cheese steak sandwich in the 1930s. Sellersville, just outside of Philly, is home to a few sub shops that boast dozens of different variations on this classic. Most local restaurants are pretty casual, so if a good old Philly cheesesteak is what you're in the mood for, you've come to the right place. There are several American restaurants serving up hamburgers, locally caught venison, marinated chicken, and much more. You'll also find a few local coffee shops that are open daily for a warm, homemade breakfast.

Discover Sellersville

When thinking of food in the Philadelphia area, the first thing that probably comes to mind is the cheese steak. The City of Brotherly Love founded the cheese steak sandwich in the 1930s. Sellersville, just outside of Philly, is home to a few sub shops that boast dozens of different variations on this classic. Most local restaurants are pretty casual, so if a good old Philly cheesesteak is what you're in the mood for, you've come to the right place. There are several American restaurants serving up hamburgers, locally caught venison, marinated chicken, and much more. You'll also find a few local coffee shops that are open daily for a warm, homemade breakfast.