Order Delivery to Heritage Orchard Hill This Weekend From Luberto’s Brick Oven Pizza

For nearly ten years, Luberto’s Brick Oven Pizza has been supplying Dublin with some of the best pizza and Italian cuisine in the area. The menu starts off with staples like fried mozzarella sticks and chicken parm, with the calamari earning rave reviews as an appetizer. Luberto's hearth-baked breads are also out-of-this-world delicious.

Then there’s the pizza — perfectly crunchy and just a little bit chewy. We suggest the white clam pizza or the quattro stagioni, which features artichokes, green peppers, prosciutto, and mushrooms all split between different sections on the pizza. They also boast entrees like gnocchi and chicken cacciatore. There are so many options, so check out their website to see the full menu.

Rather eat back at Heritage Orchard Hill? Request takeout or delivery! The restaurant is just 5 miles away.

Meet Some Friends From Heritage Greene for Burgers and Brews at Hawkeye’s Country Tavern

Whether you’re in the mood for an ice-cold beer and wings or a bold glass of red with shrimp alla vodka, there is a little something for everyone at Hawkeye’s Country Tavern in Perkasie. Hawkeye’s Country Tavern offers a casual dining environment, with booths with personal TVs, as well as a beautiful patio that's great during the summer. The menu lists everything from salads to wings, brick oven pizzas to stromboli, crab cakes to specialty burgers, and more.

Meet some friends from Heritage Greene to enjoy Hawkeye's happy-hour specials. Offered 4-6 p.m. weekdays, the bar doles out $5 apps and $1 off all drinks. They also offer a raved-about buffet brunch for special occasions like Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. Brunch serves up egg dishes, breakfast meats, fruit, an omelet station, waffle station, various savory dishes, and even dessert! The best part? For all that it is only $15.99 for adults and $7.99 for kids. Kids under 3 eat free!

Have Lunch near Heritage Orchard Hill at Perkasie’s C&C Cafe

Have breakfast or lunch near Heritage Orchard Hill at Perkasie's C&C Cafe. This eatery's located in downtown Perkasie, and it's become a popular destination among area diners. One draw is the outside seating, which invites visitors to dine al fresco during the warmer months; another's the service, which is said to be friendly and helpful.

Of course, the food plays a part, too, and diners note the place has big portions of hearty favorites. On the menu you'll find options like oatmeal, omelettes, French toast, and biscuits and gravy. The available options change periodically, so you might encounter some slightly different choices if you visit. Sandwiches are typically on offer, too, and the place even has gluten-free bread.

If you'd like to find out more about this Perkasie restaurant, visit the C&C Cafe website!

C&C Cafe
609 West Market Street
Perkasie, PA 18944

Hawkeye’s Country Tavern: Hearty Fare near Heritage Orchard Hill in Perkasie

Each meal at Hawkeye's Country Tavern begins the same way: with a basket of warm and crunchy tortilla chips and freshly made salsa. The complimentary app will whet your appetite, but you might want to decline when a server inevitably swings by to ask if you'd like a refill.

According to Yelp reviewers, you should save room for the crab cakes at Hawkeye's. The Chesapeake Bay crab cake comes stuffed in a club roll, but you can order the jumbo lump crab cakes all on their own. The ahi tuna sandwich also receives high marks. If seafood doesn't appeal to you, however, Hawkeye's has plenty of other options. Its massive burgers feature toppings like Texas barbecue sauce or mushrooms and Swiss cheese. Its brick-oven-baked pizzas come smothered with fresh mozzarella cheese and your chosen meats or veggies. A bowl of its hearty black bean soup is said to be filling enough to make an entire meal.

If you'd like to learn more about this popular eatery near Heritage Orchard Hill, check out the Hawkeye's Country Tavern website.

Hawkeye's Country Tavern
1100 Route 113
Perkasie, PA 18944
(215) 258-1300

The Perk: A Perkasie Touchstone near Heritage Orchard Hill

If you've lived at Heritage Orchard Hill for a while, you might already know that Tuesday nights mean cheap cheesesteaks at The Perk. Named for the town in which it resides, The Perk hosts a weekly Cheesesteak Night from 4:30 p.m. until 11 p.m. on Tuesday. During this time, you can snag one of the local restaurant's cheesesteak sandwiches for the bargain price of just $2.99.

The promotion has been attracting students, families, and everyone in between to The Perk since 1984, but The Perk has actually been operating since 1850. It was originally known as the South Perkasie Hotel, a regular pit stop for merchants traveling from the Lehigh Valley to Philadelphia. Although The Perk no longer takes lodgers, it does continue to serve up hearty American food.

In addition to the cheesesteaks, The Perk dishes out sandwiches, salads, burgers, and entrees such as crab cakes, pasta, and steak. The Perk also hosts regular live music, so check out its website to see a schedule of upcoming performances.

The Perk
501 E. Walnut Street
Perkasie, PA 18944
(215) 257-8483

Local Ingredients and Delightful Food near Heritage Greene at Down to Earth Café in Perkasie

Perkasie's Down to Earth Café is just a short trip away from Heritage Greene, and it may just be one of the area's best places to find tasty food made from local ingredients. The café's owners built Down to Earth upon a guiding philosophy that, up to that point, hadn't driven many businesses in Perkasie: to craft fresh, delicious food using local (and often organic) ingredients. Judging by this restaurant's popularity, it has succeeded with local diners.

Happy patrons note that the extra care put into every dish is very apparent, whether you order a breakfast burrito, a turkey club, or a smoothie with fresh fruit and vegetables. Some of Down to Earth's signature dishes include the quinoa-sweet-potato veggie burger, fish tacos, and fresh mozzarella with prosciutto and roasted red peppers.

Since most of these eats consist of local ingredients, it should come as no surprise that the furniture here comes from nearby, as well. A local artisan crafted the rough-hewn wooden tables and chairs from reclaimed barn wood. Even the artwork on the walls comes from local artists!

Down to Earth Café
1141 N. 5th Street
Perkasie, PA 18944

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