The Landing, New Hope, Pennsylvannia

Nestled beside the New Hope – Lambertville bridge with spectacular Delaware river views

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About the place:

The Landing restaurant with a prime riverside terrace is a draw for brunch, New American dinners & casual fare.    It nestles beside the historic New Hope-Lambertville truss bridge which was built in 1904.   Recently renovated, the bridge plays host to many bird species – in particular the Cliff Swallow (which nests in specially-constructed nest-boxes on the bridge itself), Chimney Swift and Purple Martin.    Further up the river the Bald Eagle and the Green-backed Heron can sometimes be spotted from this restaurant.



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Local Wildlife:

  • Cliff Swallow, Tree Swallow, Chimney Swift, Purple Martin, Bald Eagle, Green-backed Heron, Louisiana Waterthrush, Cirulean Warbler, Black-throated Green Warbler, Wild Turkey, Great Blue Heron, Grasshopper Sparrow, Ruffed Grouse, Scarlet Tanager, Acadian Flycatcher, Barn Swallow, Northern Rough-winged Swallow 
  • Golden Eagle (winter), Peregrine
  • Beaver, Otter, Raccoon, Muskrat, White-tailed Deer, Map Turtle


  • Valley, river and forest  further down the river
  • Views from the outside patio and inside are very close to the river


  • American style eating
  • Speciality: Crab cakes and award winning chili as well as freshly cooked burgers
  • Cask ales – over 30 craft beers on tap – changing with the season
  • Open: All year round
  • Accommodation: no


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Location: Bucks County, USA

  • 22 N Main St, New Hope, PA 18938

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Bald Eagle