We had previously been to the Washington House for drinks only after seeing a show at the nearby Sellersville Theatre and decided to return for a meal. We chose to dine at the bar as there was a short wait for a table in the dining room and the bar had seating. The bar and surrounding booths are made in the heavy dark wood typical of other historic taverns in the area, which fosters an inviting feeling. We noticed several patrons were repeat customers, as the staff greeted them by name. Our dinner was well-prepared, very tasty, and was served quickly. Most offerings had a twist, such as my grilled wahoo that was served over mashed black beans with a light sauce. My dining partner felt the portions were a little small; however, I prefer feeling satisfied, not stuffed, so I was happy with the size. Prices are average for the area - dinner for two with drinks was $75. Since we live nearby, this is definitely on the list of "go-to's" for the future.
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