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Adrianne DollLooks beautiful Angel! Clearly I'll have to make a reservation soon! ❤️8 months ago · 1
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I just so happened to come across the Limeport Inn as the result of a Google search and I am so happy I did. It’s a lovely, quaint and charming restaurant in an area near Bethlehem, yet it seems miles and miles away. I enjoyed the house salad, with spring baby greens, sprouts, cucumbers and tomatoes. It was a large salad and an excellent, fresh starter. For my meal, I had the margherita pizza, with mozzarella, extra virgin olive oil, fresh basil, sliced tomatoes and parmesan. It was a huge portion and it was absolutely delicious and flavorful. This restaurant has an extensive menu, with lighter fare, salads, pizzas and entrees. The drink menu is also fairly complex. I love it for its quaint and pleasant setting. I would highly recommend it.
Hadn’t been to Limeport in over a year and we went back last night. Wish I hadn’t waited so long. Good food and good drinks in a charming country setting. Food was absolutely delicious. Starting with salads, Limeport makes all of their own dressings. I particularly love the sesame soy, tasty and light without that heavy sticky taste I have experienced at some of the chains. For entrees, I had seared scallops with soba noodles, and the scallops were done perfectly, delicious. I tried a bite of my husband’s salmon, and it was also excellent.
I live very close to the Limeport and feel extremely lucky to have it near. It is great on 2 different levels. If you are looking for a place to have a drink with friends their bar is cool and not too big and has great selections (and excellent pub food). But, if you’re looking for an excellent meal in the Lehigh Valley, especially if you are south of the 78 corridor, then there are likely few places you can find in a very large radius that will match the Limeport for quality. Excellent service and a really fine menu. And because of the layout, the restaurant and bar feel like separate entities and thus you don’t feel like you’re in a fancy restaurant when at the bar, but when at the restaurant it feels like fine dining and not like a pub. It’s worth the trip for both states of mind.