Good place for a weekend brunch. Was a little crowded, and we had to wait over half an hour. Thus, plan your time. Sign up and go for a short walk to the river. When back, you will be hungry and they will sit you...More
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While in town for the weekend we walked to this Frenchtown oasis. We sat outside in the front garden, and enjoyed a peaceful brunch with the throwback tunes creating the perfect ambiance. both dishes were great, the potato fritters and the pancakes, the turmeric juice...More
we took friends there to have breakfast which was a fifty mile drive and it was worth it .the place is really cool and the service was great along with the outstanding presentation of the food and quality
I discovered this place while searching on TripAdvisor for this area. I probably have driven by this restaurant several times but did not notice it since it does not directly face the roadway. My husband and I were there on a Friday evening. They were...More
We tried both soups-they hit the spot! The kale & butternut squash quiche was melty, delicious- ummm! The chili with their charred sweet potato roll, was mellow, flavorful and satisfying! Took home linzer tart, ginger cookie & peanut butter pie! Yum! Pleasantly surprised! Will return.
We stayed at the Bridgeton House on the DE and this was recommended as a nice place to go for lunch or dinner. Staff was outstanding and the food was even better. We will definitely return next time we are at the Inn. We noticed...More
I like to take the drive to Frenchtown just for breakfast or lunch at the Lovin Oven. The food is always fresh, creative and delicious. I've had the heuvos rancheros, the stuffed avocado salad, their famous fritters... omelettes. The bread is amazing and the baked...More
It's a cute little place, food was really fresh & good. Staff for most part were nice. Right off trail on River, so we walked around while waiting for our table. It is a BYOB, which was nice as well!! Overall very nice experience.