Tavern at the Sun Inn

564 Main St, Bethlehem
(610) 419-8600

Recent Reviews


Waited a long time for our wine. And outdoor patio was not crowded. My chicken Flatbread was okay but cold. Husband's burger was very overcooked and he ordered it medium rare. Won't be back again.


We love the history and authenticity of The Sun Inn. We were reuniting with dear friends and were able to communicate easy while enjoying the ambiance and delicious lunch. Service was spot on.


A newer menu that had a nice variety. From speciality burger to strip steak to veggie ravioli all were excellent. Plus a great historic location with super service to boot…We will be back!


We love the Tavern at the Sun Inn, both outside dining and inside dining upstairs at the bar and dining room. We are always happy with the fresh farm-to-table ingredients, and the lobster roll, called the peasant roll, is always delicious.


Great historic building and great property in general. The outdoor seating area was wonderful. I think they have an opportunity to do more with their menu both food and beverage. The food we ordered was good but I think they would be better served if they upgraded the options.


Staff was friendly and accommodating with our request to sit outside. Great food and service.

opentable dinner

So good. Beet crostini and burrata apps were amazing. Service great. No complaints!

Sandy Brady

The burger was delicious! The waitress was very sweet and the atmosphere was enjoyable!! Very nice place to spend the evening eating outdoors!!

Leena Jean

Good frozen wine slushy and Pretzels, the Burger and BLT are delicious too! It was lovely to sit outside of the historic building and also the courtyard in back too

Tyler Vonderheide

Must do in Town. Shout out to Scottie at the bar. Makes wicked good drinks

opentable dinner

Delicious and fresh. Great service. Excellent environment.

Brandy Franco

Really amazed with everything the Tavern at the Sun Inn had to offer. So much history, great food, and wonderful service. We loved the fact that you can tour some of the museum room while you’re there. They are a distillery as well, making some spirits directly from Martha Washington’s personal recipes. We are definitely making this one of our favorite places in the Valley to frequent.


Everything was wonderful, the staff, the food and the live music was great


Ashlee is the absolute best!!! She has been our server several times at this point and is always the best!!!


The historic sun inn is half museum and half restaurant. It was a slow, stormy, Wednesday night and we were seated quickly. The lightning flashes could been seen through the colonial era glass in the windows as Patrick, our waiter, answered some questions about the menu. After taking our order my son asked if George Washington had slept here. Indeed he had. Fours times before becoming president and in the same room we were seated in. A brief history ensued and Washington was one of several presidents who’d stayed there. When he returned w out drinks and a sampler of their locally produced liquors he suggested that we tour the building while I meal was prepared. The first floor is a museum display of colonial kitchen and domestic living. We read the descriptive plaques aloud to one another as the intermittent atmospheric electrical display continued outside. While we visited the basement bar complete with vintage colonial riffles and pistols hanging on the walls, Patrick found us to say our dinner was ready. We returned to our delightful meal. My sin and I had the Tammany Burger, my daughter the chicken and my wife the salad, soft pretzel and beet toast. Everything was delicious and good sized. I plan to make the Sun Inn one of my regular stops when I visit Bethlehem.

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