WaterWheel Cafe, Bakery, Bar

The Upper Mill
150 Water Street • Milford, PA


Times Herald-Record, January 5, 2007
WaterWheel Cafe
The Top 10 restaurants of 2006


Times Herald-Record, May 19, 2006:
Go Entertainment! The Dish:
WaterWheel Café


Times Herald-Record, April 14, 2006:
CIA leak! Six chefs licensed to please


The New York Times, May 13, 2005:
DAY TRIP In the Delaware Water Gap,
an Old Town, Carefully Updated


In its 52 Weekends getaway guide, New York Magazine says "don't miss the WaterWheel cafe and bookstore at the Upper Mill..."


The WaterWheel Cafe & Bakery
was started in April of 1989 in a restored 19th century water-powered mill, which is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally built in the early 1800's and now restored, this lively example of American history is now in action and its doors are open to the public. Water rushes over the three-story high waterwheel, driving a series of shafts, gears, pulleys and belts that power the stones and grainmilling equipment, all visible through the glass walls of the WaterWheel Cafe!


A self-guided tour enables you to understand this whole fascinating process - the grinding of grain by the power of falling water.


In our bar, which now occupies the Wheel Wright's Room, you can observe the 24' working waterwheel while enjoying your favorite food or cocktail and live music!

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We also offer Specialized Catering for Tent Weddings, Rehearsal Dinners, Engagements, Anniversaries, Birthdays, Retirements, Indoor/Outdoor Garden Parties and all other occasions, large or small... on premises or off.

WaterWheel Photo Gallery


BLUES JAM every Thursday!

Check our music calendar!


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Steel Waterwheels By Blacksmith Craft

Giffard & White - Distinctive Decor & Gifts

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