My friend who was living at Milford at the time took me here on several occasions one summer and it is absolutely one of the best places to go to for dessert. Depending on what you want though, it can get a bit pricey but it's well worth it. Plus, the outside seating has a great view too of the bridge and river, it's very picturesque. I highly recommend giving this place a try.
Torpedo Joe's is a convenient little deli on Greenpond Rd. that sells an assortment of snacks, drinks, ice cream, and even lunchs. Pretty much everything you would expect from your average deli.
This is probably some of the worst Chinese food I have ever had, which is sad to say. They are hard to understand on the phone (at least I had trouble) and delivery seemed to take eons. If you are really in the mood for Chinese food, I'd order from somewhere else.
This place is awesome, at least it was when we finally found a place that sold good coffee and delicious tiramisu. You think that wouldn't be so hard to find in New York City, but under time constraints, it was. I would definitely recommend it.
Located in a strip mall, it has a great location. Especially since it is near the border where PA, NY, and NJ meet. The food is not too bad either, decent in price, but it's also nothing spectacular. One to try if you are in the area, but not one to venture to.
It is not only the prices that discourage me from ever returning to this place, but also the hairdresser I had there. A woman who has been cutting and styling hair for three years should know how to do just that, and the lady I had did not. On top of that disaster, I told her please do NOT blow my hair and she did not listen, telling me it wouldn't hurt. I know it doesn't hurt but I also know it's not good for my hair's health. Will never go back there, just thinking about it gets me upset all over again.
Although it is expensive (and probably has gone up since the last time I've been there) it truly has quality Italian food. I would definitely recommend the penne la vodka.
I grew up eating pizza here. It's cheap, has a limited selection of food, drinks, and seating but it's still not all that bad. The bar where the bathroom is a lot better with the big screen TV and pool tables. It's one of those if you're passing by, stop in. Otherwise, don't bother.
I grew up going to this deli for every thing that needed to be grabbed quickly and with convenience. It's located in very close proximity to a Norwegian community so it carries goodies that would be hard to get elsewhere. If you are passing by, it's tiny so you might miss it, check it out. It will only take you 45 seconds to look through the entire place.
For movie goers, it has an excellent location. It's on Spring street too, so it probably attracts a lot of people based on that alone. But it's great to grab a slice or two there instead of filling up on popcorn, candy, and soda. I would definitely recommend it, although it doesn't have the best quality pizza.