What an April Fool's Day with temperatures topping out at 80 degrees. Seeing the adventurous preparing to drink & dine at the Newportville Inn's beer garden, we decided to have some German food for dinner at the place voted Best German Restaurant in Bucks for the past three years. The breezes were too much for us to stay outdoors - but the Inn has a long, narrow dining room that faces on to the Neshaminy Creek, visible before the trees leaf out. The Inn is known for its selection of imported German Beers - on tap & by the bottle. Our server Jill was upbeat & energetic, quickly taking care of our beverage needs. We opted for some of the evening's specials, starting first w/ a menu item - snapper soup, served w/ a cruet of sherry - the soup dark, thick & rich. Next was an order of Pierogies w/ chicken sausage (yummy - w/ just enough sautéed onion & sour cream). I selected Chicken Schnitzel topped w/ Asparagus in Hollandaise Sauce (delicious) served over a bed of spaetzle - light as a feather. My husband was delighted to hear they were offering duck breast topped w/ mushroom sauce that evening - It was served w/ broccoli & baked potato & my husband was a happy diner. Our recommendation - don't wait for Octoberfest - get over to Newportville Inn soon & enjoy their kitchen's creations & their assorted libations.
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