Thursday, February 23, 2012

Rating Dimmick Inn & Steakhouse, Milford PA

Milford, Pike County PA. Photo: Beyond My Ken
Dimmick Inn & Steakhouse is a historic building in Milford PA, built in 1856 by Samuel Dimmick. The building is a three-story, side-gabled brick building most known for its wrapped double-gallery porch. The inn was built to replace the former structure built by Mrs. Cyrille Pinchot (the former Eliza Cross) that was destroyed in a fire in 1828. Dimmick Inn is today owned and run by the Jorgenson family.

Rating Dimmick Inn, Milford PA: BBBB (3,76 points)
  • Location: BBB
  • Service: BBBBB- 
  • Atmosphere and interior: BBB
  • Food: BBBB+
Dimmick Inn & Steakhouse  is located in Milford PA, a charming town located by the Delaware River separating New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Scenic Hawk's Nest is close to Milford PA
As I visited my cousin Carol, I was brought there by my cousin Carol. For those of you without a car, it is very hard to get there, as there are (in my knowledge) no bus or train services to this very scenic part of the US.

It is a pity, as Milford is a beautiful town with many impressive historic buildings and landmarks and the wilderness is just by.

Service at Dimmick Inn & Steakhouse was good, as nearly everywhere in the US. We were attended to quickly and professionally, took our order and were served quickly.

Dimmick Inn & Steakhouse - interior
I was a little disappointed by the interior in the room we were seated, as the Dimmick Inn & Steakhouse is in a 150 year old  historic building. Very little of the original features of the building were visible. Instead of old wooden floors, we walked on carpets. There was a fire burning, a welcoming and friendly feature during my late October visit.

I have discovered by browsing through the company website that other rooms of the property has been restored back to a more original interior.

The rustic wooden tables and chairs were located well apart and we were comfortably seated.

The lunch menu at Dimmick Inn & Steakhouse features homemade soups and chili, entré salads, sandwiches, Maryland crab cakes, fried chicken, hot dogs, nachos, pub pizza, BBQ, and burgers.

My fried fish burger
I chose a fried fish burger served in a bun with French fries and coleslaw. That was a good choice.

The breaded fish was fried to perfection, as the French fries. Golden and crisp and creamy and tender inside.

Coleslaw was fresh and crispy, and the fish was served with fresh salad and tasty dressing.

Dimmick Inn & Steakhouse also offers ten beers on tap an charming authentic tap room worth visiting if you need a refreshing beer.  You can also choose from an extensive wine list featuring both imported and domestic wine. 

Dimmick Inn & Steakhouse is absolutely worth visiting if you happen to be in Milford PA. The food is good and reasonably priced, and the service was good. If the old building had been totally restored back to its former beauty it would have been a pearl!

I have no problem to recommend Dimmick Inn & Steakhouse to dine and drink.

Dimmick Inn & Steakhouse
101 East Harford Street
Milford, PA 18337
+1 (570) 296-4021

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