1200, yes over 1200 different beers from around the world! The Candlewyck not only boasts one of the area’s top places to pick up your favorite craft beer, but some of the most hard to find beers from around the world. They have sixteen beers on tap including the standards as well as a variety of craft beers that change with the seasons.
The new Executive Chef Steve Pazder has made amazing changes in the kitchen to add to the modern feel of the Candlewyck. Everything from the entrée’s and vegetables right down to the bread, salad dressings and even the bacon bits on the salads are made by hand. “Nothing here is prepackage,” Chef Pazder states, “I take pride in making sure your meal is completely fresh.”
Your meal starts with complementary breadsticks and marinara sauce fresh from the kitchen and piping hot. The menu sets with any reason to be there from burgers with the guys while watching the game on the eleven flat screen televisions to a beautiful meal with friends or your spouse. The menu has everything from burgers and grilled Rueben sandwiches to Fish, Prime Rib, Caribbean, and Jamaican Specials. You can top it off with a great dessert and a glass of wine from the extensive wine list.
The staff makes the place especially amazing. They work so well together and take care of the customers as the first priority that I never once heard, “let me get your server.” They just get what you need and even ask if they can help you. Amy and Ryan were the servers on the night we were there, and they were gracious, helpful, and friendly to our group.
The Candlewyck has been around for fifteen years, and they have made the menu, bar, and atmosphere new and exciting. They have bar area, a sit-down restaurant, as well as takeout for all of your needs. If you are heading to Buckingham, Doylestown, Lahaska, or even Peddler’s Village, this restaurant is a great location or meeting point for friends, for any time.