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Elizabeth's an American Bistro - Lewisburg, PA.
Lowest Rating: 1
Highest Rating: 5



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14-Apr-2001
Reviewed by brian reppert.

A wonderful little restaurant. I go to school at nearby Bucknell and it is one of the best places romantic places to bring a date.

Rating: 5


17-Aug-2001
Reviewed by Scott Roe.

It is a very cute little restaurant that has excellent food and service. The presentation of the food is wonderful. It is pricey, but worth every penny.

Rating: 5


8-Oct-2001
Reviewed by Anonymous.

If you would love to experience great food in a cozy atmosphere while you're on a budget, try going for lunch...the sandwiches have spoiled my taste buds, the service was great and it is apparent that even the bathrooms had much thought put into them. Tiramisu was not that great but overall this place has definitely made it onto my "favorite places to dine" list.

Rating: 4


28-Jun-2002
Reviewed by Anonymous.

Just returned from 5 weeks vacation in major cities throughout the world. Dinner was comparable to the best those cities had to offer. Service and wine list was outstanding. Highly recommend you visit them when you are in the area.

Rating: 5


11-Sep-2002
Reviewed by Anonymous.

This is a lovely, cozy restaurant with excellent food and impeccable service. You won't be disappointed.

Rating: 5


14-Apr-2003
Reviewed by Fred Nisenholz.

Great food, excellent service, and charming atmosphere. What more could you ask for.

Rating: 5


8-Oct-2003
Reviewed by Mary Ann Olson.

Every time I eat at Elizabeth's it is always awesome. I love when they change the menu every season.... It always has the nicest people waiting on you & the service is wonderful.. I try to always save room for the delicious desserts.. YUM!!! A GREAT place to eat!!

Rating: 5


4-Jan-2004
Reviewed by Anonymous.

If I could have given a rating of "0", I would have. I have eaten at restaurants around the world, both high and low-end. My experience at Elizabeth's rates with the worst experiences I have ever had. The food was awful tasting and improperly prepared, the service was slow and incomplete (eg. I waited so long for sugar for my coffee that by the time I got up and went to get it myself, my coffee was cold). I will never eat here again and would recommend against it to anyone.

Rating: 1


11-Feb-2004
Reviewed by anonymous.

I have eaten at Elizabeth's since its opening over six years ago. I have alway had excellent meals and service. I travel to New York City once a month and grew up in Paris, France. Elizabeth's is just as wonderful as the best restaurant in these cities. If you know food you will love this place.

Rating: 5


11-Feb-2004
Reviewed by Anonymous.

I love cozy romantic restaurants, and Elizabeth's is my favorite in the area. Great food & wine selections and knowledgable wait staff. Great experience every time!

Rating: 5


27-May-2005
Reviewed by Anonymous.

What a find! A must try. Great food, service and prices. We travel two hours once a month to enjoy the outstanding food at Elizabeth's.

Rating: 5


3-Aug-2005
Reviewed by Anonymous.

I ate at Elizabeth's for the first time last week after reading these reviews and I was disappointed from the time I walked in the door. The gentleman who seated us was not very pleasant and the young man who waited on us was not very knowledgeable about the food. The meal that I ordered was lacking in taste. The dessert options were also very poor. I would have been happier eating at McDonald's. I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone. Go have a Big Mac instead!

Rating: 1


21-Oct-2005
Reviewed by Anonymous.

I have eaten at several up-scale restaurants in the US, and Elizabeth's is my favorite. The atmosphere and the food just blow me away. The best part of my meal was the outstanding dessert tray they offer for dessert. I had the pumpkin ice cream with flourless mousse cake; when I eat it I just melted - it was out of this world! If nothing else I hope you go to Elizabeth's for the desserts and coffee.

Rating: 5


2-Jun-2006
Reviewed by Anonymous.

One of the best restaurants in Central PA. Wine Spectators Award of Excellent 4 years in a row. NARA Award of Excellent. Great food and Service. Thanks to all who make it a great place to eat.

Rating: 5


20-Jan-2007
Reviewed by G Bodine.

The setting was nice, and the wine list was ok. Those were all that it had going for it, though, even after it came highly recommended. The service bordered on incompetent and the food probably crossed that border -- asparagus overcooked to the point of being soggy and fish best described as boring. In fact, the experience clashed so much with the recommendations that had sent us there in the first place that we're trying to get our stomachs to allow us another attempt at it.

Rating: 2


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