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Tohickon Restaurant and Tavern has potential. Deborah, our bartender, was very nice. There 21 beers on tap. The menu looks promising.
And that's where it ends.
Everything was deep fried and greasy and not tasty at all. The service, not Deborah's fault, was slow. (They...More
Tochickon Tavern is a nice local dive bar with good food and a great selection of draft and takeout beer. The interior is dated but clean and the staff is very personable. There's a nice selection of the usual bar food along with some nicer...More
I've been going to this neighborhood joint for years, but they recently changed and I thought I'd check it out again. Result; Really good food! They always served a lot of beer and still do, but not being a beer drinker, I still really enjoyed...More
We've been going to "The Toheek" for about five years. Barb, the manager, and Diane, the bartender, know us when we walk in. We barely sit down and they have two PBRs super cold, poured and waiting for us. Folks chat with one another and...More
It was a lazy Sunday and we just took to a rode and drove. Around 2pm we were getting hungry and the first place we stopped was the Tohickon. Walking in there was a huge bar and a few tables and billiard tables. It was...More
We have a group that follows our high school football team, and that requires what we call "pre-gaming" whenever we travel out of town. We try to find the closest bar/restaurant to the football field, that can accommodate a large group at a reasonable price,...More
First I'm not a straight up beer drinker, I do like a Summer Shandy in the summer and a Guiness in the winter. Tues and Thu Kris is the waitress and barkeep, she knows her stuff. They have an endless beer selection .. How about...More
Ever tried stopping at the next place that serves food? We did and were pleasantly surprised. Definitely a tavern first with a bar full of locals enjoying their lunch.
We had the triple decker grilled cheese. Wow! A lot of sandwich. The soups are home...More