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Historic Revere Tavern - Paradise, PA.
Lowest Rating: 1
Highest Rating: 5



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23-Aug-2001
Reviewed by Anonymous.

Excellent steaks & seafood...plus nightly house specials.....full wine list...imports & domestic beer....try the French Onion Soup....

Rating: 5


11-Dec-2001
Reviewed by Doug Perry.

Over rated. both rest. and hotel

Rating: 1


8-Jan-2002
Reviewed by Donald R. Overly, Sr..

Food, atmosphere, and drinks are excellent. Soups, especially the Snapper, is worth the trip. Combination of crab cake (lump crab) and filet outstanding. Highly recommended.

Rating: 5


19-Feb-2002
Reviewed by .

Service is great, as the staff is very polite and attentive. The food is OK and plentiful, but could use more seasoning. Ambiance in the King George Room could use some work. The room is overly lit, and the color of the walls makes it seem more like a cafeteria than a restaurant. If possible, request the Stephen Foster Room instead when making a reservation.

Rating: 2


4-Sep-2002
Reviewed by Chris & Joe.

We had our anniversary dinner there. Food was great, portabello mushroom appetizer still makes my mouth water! Our filets melted in our mouths, and to top off the night, the staff surprised us with a cake! What a great experience. Thanks. PS. We stayed at the hotel, what a great suite!

Rating: 5


4-Sep-2002
Reviewed by Anonymous.

Excellent! The bar area was a great place to start and finish the excellent meal we enjoyed by the fireplace. The locals and the staff were unbelievably friendly.

Rating: 5


8-May-2003
Reviewed by David Newell.

Service was good overall, but the food tended to be bland, while presentation left a lot to be desired. The snapper soup was exceptional, & the salad was fresh, but I found the crab cakes disappointing. My wife's NY Strip was tender, but lacking the flavor of a good, aged steak. Though weighting in at a generous 16 oz., close to 8 of those were fat & gristle. The wine list was decent, and the wines by the glass were fresh. Nice, but not worth going out of your way for.

Rating: 3


13-Mar-2004
Reviewed by Anonymous.

Not the place it used to be. Thought we would enjoy something different and were terribly disappointed with the crab cakes. Tooooo much mashed potato filler. Told server but, don't think comment went away from the table. Not worth the drive. Too many good places in the area to bother with this one.

Rating: 1


3-Dec-2004
Reviewed by Pete Livolsi.

If you want a great Crab Cake go to Baltimore! Otherwise, our group meals were very good, especially the onion and snapper soups. NY strip was rather chewy, pork chops were especially good. Service was good and friendly!

Rating: 3


27-Mar-2006
Reviewed by Susan & Kevin.

We enjoyed everything about the restaurant. The room was lovely with the fireplaces lit, the food was excellent and our server was very attentive. We had the salmon and the steak and both were delicious. We would definitely go back when we are in the area.

Rating: 4


8-Oct-2006
Reviewed by Anonymous.

Atmosphere is great. Seafood was just fair. Scallops were grainy and the crab cake fair. Excellent deserts.

Rating: 3


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