The small-town bars of Bucks and Montgomery counties serve up a rejuvenating experience of creative drinks, enticing food, and neighborly ambiance. These quaint watering holes invite folks to slip away from the busyness of life and refresh their spirits – with great spirits and good food. Turn off the highways and coast into Bux-Mont to find your next favorite hideaway.Read More
The Best Bars in Bux-Mont
The top places to grab a drink, eat tasty snacks, and catch a game along Bucks and Montgomery counties
Railroad Street Bar & Grill
Distinctive bumper stickers of the Railroad Street Bar & Grille can be spotted on cars throughout the region- and for good reason. Memorable for travelers and locals alike, this watering hole features an abundant selection of creative grilled cheese sandwiches and off-the-wall beers. With the complement of over a dozen pinball machines, you can feel like a kid again at this easy-going bar on the bank of the Schuylkill River.
The Trappe Tavern
For a multifaceted experience look no further than the Trappe Tavern. With three separate bar areas, an expansive outdoor deck, and a bonus sandy seating area, the Trappe is a great venue for your next night out. The daily rollout of prime rib is delectable, the happy hour is delightful, and with the kitchen open every night until 2:00 am you may not want to leave.
Screwballs Sports Bar & Grille
Stop in for Screwball’s trivia nights on Tuesdays or 50-cent wing specials on Mondays. The sports-themed menu features Italian-American classics like melty meatball grinders and juicy roast pork sandwiches. The walls plastered with relics of Philadelphia legends like Brian Dawkins and Eric LeClair evoke memories for local fans.
Along the tracks in downtown Souderton lies Northbound, a rustic train station reimagined as an intimate bar and restaurant. Featuring impressive local ingredients, this warmly lit hideaway showcases inventive cocktails and food that define the experience. Diners can uncover specialties like cheesy Detroit-style pizzas and decadent Sexy Fries loaded with creamy hollandaise sauce, nutty parmesan, and rich truffle oil.
Blue Dog Pub
Blue Dog Pub is well worth seeking out. This homey bar provides a welcoming environment and a dizzying array of celebrated beers including national favorites like Heady Topper from The Alchemist. Step up to the bar to cheer on your favorite team or enjoy the secluded dining room for a quiet meal with your family. The menu provides a wealth of options, including a spicy firehouse chicken cheesesteak and flavorful wings. Don’t steer away from this great pub just because it is tucked in a strip mall.
Stove & Tap
With its first location in Lansdale, Stove & Tap burst onto the scene as a lively bar and restaurant with creative cocktails and food. Anything featuring the slow-roasted brisket is worthwhile, including their Tap Fries, loaded with tender shreds of meat and a boozy cheese sauce. Dress down or up because the ambiance makes everyone feel welcome.
Before the days of gasoline engines and television, the South Perkasie Hotel was a way station for merchants traveling between the Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia. Since then, it has been transformed into a bustling spot serving up great food and drink at good prices. Standout fare like the honey sriracha chicken sandwich separates the Perk from the pack. Stop in to see the crew of friendly bartenders and enjoy the new pub section adorned with a wall of windows.
Just off Route 563 near the lovely Lake Nockamixon State Park, you’ll find a rustic building known as Becker’s Corner. The old stone walls will transport you to another century, and the soups are perfect for a cool November night. Stacked sandwiches and hearty entrees complete this cozy gem of a bar.
Brick & Barrel
Offering 30 craft beers and 100 whiskeys, Brick and Barrel is an oasis for those who fancy a strong drink. The cocktails are remarkable and complex, made with fresh ingredients that stand out. Come hungry because the multitude of mussels, freshly-made pasta, and fluffy Neapolitan pizzas make this a well-rounded spot for any meal.
Timeout Sports Bar
With almost as many tap handles as TVs, TimeOut is the place to go for an action-packed game day. Warm, friendly service will make you feel at home in the quaint town of Skippack. The savory chicken shawarma is atypical fare for many sports bars, and something worth getting your mitts around.
Devil's Acre Tavern
From the owners of Maxwell’s on Main in Doylestown comes Devil’s Acre Tavern, a bright, neatly tiled bar highlighting German classics. Sample legendary crisp schnitzel and a beer from the range of international offerings. Enjoy the breeze on a warm day when the garage-style doors open up to the world outside.
MaGerks Pub & Grill Horsham
With a well-rounded menu and over 20 beers on tap, Magerks’ Pub and Grill is a destination that can’t be missed. You’ll see crowded tables at the Horsham and Fort Washington locations where brews and smiles flow easily. Feast upon the range of succulent cheesesteaks tucked inside Corropolese rolls and bountiful nacho platters loaded with braised short ribs, crispy shrimp, or cilantro-lime chicken.