Ristorante Il Melograno is a family-owned and operated business located in the Mercer Square Shopping center on the…More corner of Dublin Pike and North Main Street.
Opened in the 2000 by Angelo D. Patruno, Ristorante Il Melograno offers lunch and dinner menus with a wide variety of pasta, chicken, veal and seafood appetizers and entrees.
There is a small bar in the corner, complete with the restaurant's own wine collection to complement any meal. Free parking is available for customers in the shopping center lot.
Reservations are accepted by phone only.
Doylestown United Methodist Church 320 E Swamp Rd, Doylestown, PA18901 This Methodist church offers a wide range of services and youth programs, as well as a robust music program…More offering bell choirs and youth choirs along with the adult choir. Sunday services come in two forms: traditional services at 8:15am and 11 am, and a contemporary service at 9:30am. Children's Sunday School is offered during the 9:30am service, and nursery care is available at both the 9:30am and 11am services. Van transportation for seniors at Center Square Towers and Heritage Towers is also available for the 11am service.
Located in the Mercer Square Shopping Center, Pizza Hut in Doylestown offers take-out or delivery services only.…More While there are no tables in this particular store, there are a few benches for customers to utilize while waiting for their orders. Orders can be made by phone or on-line on its Web site. Its menu includes pizzas with a choice of toppings, and thick, thin or regular crusts are available. In addition, the menu provides large pasta trays, salads, soft drinks, desserts, bread sticks and hot wings.
Located on Old Dublin Pike outside of the center of town, Aldie Mansion sits on 10 acres of landscaped property and…More offers a unique venue for weddings and other social events.
The 2,400 square foot atrium inside the mansion can accommodate up to 200 guests and offers an outdoor patio and garden for spring or summer weddings and events. The cost of renting this historic facility varies for the time and duration of the event; interested customers should visit the Web site to check for the most recent rental fees and rules. A floor plan is available online for event coordinating, http://www.aldiemansion.com/floor_plan.htm
Built in 1927 by leading Doylestown citizens William Jr. and Martha Mercer, the property changed hands several times after Martha's death in 1960. The nonprofit Heritage Conservancy bought the property for $1 and, after a three-year restoration project, reopened it in 1991. Today, the fees from renting the property support the Conservancy's mission of preserving land and historic buildings in Bucks County and beyond.