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    Water Wheel Tavern – Doylestown

    Water Wheel Tavern, located in Doylestown, has seen its fair share of history since its original construction in 1714. 

    Originally called Dyer’s Mill, the building operated as a gristmill and later turned into what it is now known as today – a tavern.

    The building, through all of its purposes, has stood through 306 years’ worth of history. Now serving as the Water Wheel Tavern, a stalwart for dine in and take out services, we now face a new historical era which is the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Like all businesses throughout the country, the Water Wheel was forced to temporarily close its doors in March.

    However, even with its doors closed, operations inside remained consistent and the Water Wheel continued to provide services through curbside pickup. 

    Through the time of quarantine, members of the Water Wheel staff worked tirelessly to provide guests with meals that would remind them of normalcy in a time of uncertainty. Luckily, the Water Wheel was able to reopen its doors in June and allow dine in operations to resume.

    While the typical restaurant dining experience has changed due to COVID-19, the Water Wheel Tavern strives to provide its guests with a clean, safe, and family friendly environment all while serving delicious food.

    Still, the staff works diligently at delivering not only meals, but now also a dine-in experience that feels as close to normalcy as possible in this pandemic-era.

    Whether your trip to the Water Wheel is for a date night, a birthday, or for a quick happy-hour meal after work, the Water Wheel experience will remain consistent, similarly to how it has through COVID-19.

    The Water Wheel Tavern team is dedicated to its guests, and providing a sense of togetherness while still remaining six feet apart.

    The Water Wheel Tavern is located at 4424 Old Easton Road in Doylestown.

    For more information visit www.waterwheeltavern.com or call 215-348-8300.

    PHOTO CAP: Find your “pot of gold” at the Water Wheel Tavern.

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