Since 1979, The Raven has become an iconic institution for locals who continue to depend on its first-class dinning, cutting edge mixology and welcoming entertainment. Faithful customers and informed new consumers rely on the consistency of their epicurean menu, their delivery of boutique hotel accommodations and their festive pool-side fun. For almost 40 years, loyal patrons, world travelers and acclaimed entertainers have based here while they explore all the many facets that the famed Bucks County has to offer in the areas of art, history, music, galleries, gardens, architecture, culture, preserves, antiques, federal/state/local parks, etc. Located in New Hope, PA The Raven is approximately: 50 mins to Philadelphia, PA; 1.5 hours from NYC, NY; 1.1 hour to Newark International Airport; 30 mins to Princeton, NJ; three mins to two separate Trans Bridge Line, Inc. bus stops; and 30 mins or less to other local train stations. The Raven can be dichotomized by four major areas: The Restaurant: Headed by Executive Chef Larry Brown, who is a graduate of the French Culinary Institute in Manhattan, The Raven Restaurant offers a seasonally-inspired, classic brasserie menu sourced from local farms with a touch of Continental indulgence. From fresh cured meats and cheeses, to locally-foraged mushrooms and farm-raised beef, the "Restaurant's Specials" are Chef Brown's creations. The outdoor garden allows for al fresco dining and extends the reach of the restaurant. Whether for an intimate meal or a large celebration, the restaurant can accommodate and is able to deliver. The Bars: The "Front Bar" is beautifully crafted with oak-paneled walls, supplied with friendly bartenders, wired with magnificent music and is stocked with the best libations in town. The bar at The Raven has a long, and very well-deserved, reputation as being consistently dependable. Red- tufted booths, pool table, and a raven in flight depicted in stain-glass over the fireplace welcomes intrigue, activity and conversation. In addition, this bar is directly connect to The Raven's dance floor, which is able to host DJs, shows, fundraisers, bar-activities, etc. The "Piano Bar" or the Oak Room, so named for the antique oak-paneled walls from England and pressed-tin ceiling officers a sophisticated and intimate setting. It is able to host cabaret acts or a simple piano for sing-a-longs and is wired with a Funktion One Sound System. A true historic and landmark property!