Sweet Lorraine’s Café & Bar calls itself “a casual, fun and hip eatery,” smack in the midst of Lahaska’s Peddler’s Village. Casual? yes. Fun? Sure. Hip. I dunno. I’m coming up on 49 and don’t consider myself a real judge of that. But I will say that, the night Lynne and I stopped in for dinner, Sweet Lorraine’s made us feel welcome, served us a nice meal, and chatted easily with us through the bartender and wait staff.

As tends to be our habit on weeknights, we had a light supper at the bar. I had the “All American Philly Cheese Steak Quesadilla,” while Lynne went for the pub fish and chips. Both came hot, and fairly quickly. The quesadilla was nice and cheesy, though I wouldn’t have minded a bit more meat. (That’s a quibble, though.) Lynne’s fish was light, not too greasy, and fresh. We liked the fact the bartender, the wait staff, even the bus boy were up for chatting with us as they went about their work. Admittedly, we didn’t have an elaborate dinner, so with drinks our bill was less than $50.

Sweet Lorraine’s is part of a small chain, though its three sister restaurants are in Michigan. Nouveau magazine says the restaurant was recruited for this location by the management of Peddler’s Village.

Sweet Lorraine’s serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week. That’s good to know, because its locations – at the corner of Route 202 and Street Road – put it in the middle of a lot of commutes in this area of Bucks County. On the Tuesday night we visited it, neither the restaurant or bar were crowded, but I got the sense it’s designed for the bigger crowds that patrol Peddler’s Village on the weekends and holidays. If you’re in the area, or need a handy place for a business lunch during the week, try it out.

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