Bucks County knows how to celebrate the Fourth of July. This weekend is jam-packed with BBQs, picnics, parties, beers on tap, and parades. This week’s “things you gotta do” includes Monday since it’s the holiday, so be sure to check out what’s in store for the three-day weekend!
Events are listed in chronological order
Bucks County farmers markets and farm stores are now bursting with local produce, fruit, flowers and more. With the exception of Friday (much-needed rain), this coming week’s weather is perfect for wandering around Bucks County and picking up some fresh food.
The big news this week? BLUEBERRIES. Solebury Orchard starting selling them last […]
Bucks County had a nice weekend, and looking at the forecast ahead, it should continue, just in time for the Fourth of July weekend, which means picnics, BBQs, outdoor events, and of course, fireworks. Start planning your weekend, and get through the week with a few of these recurring foodie events.
Happitizers. Half price […]
It’s definitely summer (just passed the solstice). And even though the July 4th holiday is right around the corner — and the food calendar can slow down a bit — there’s still a variety of interesting food events in Bucks County this weekend, like cheap mimosas, French cuisine, and yoga at a vineyard. Enjoy!
By Chef Rich Baringer,
Whether you go to farmers’ markets or belong to a CSA, Swiss chard is available all season long—from spring through fall. So that leaves (pun intended) us with the question of what to do with all those greens. My old standby is simply to sauté them […]
Note: We update this list every year, but if we’ve missed your favorite ice cream stand, do let us know.
Everyone has their favorite ice cream place. Usually it’s local, and maybe because it’s associated with sweetness and warm summer evenings, people tend to be fiercely loyal.
That’s why we are not going to rate […]
If you are a wine enthusiast or if you just love a nice glass of it with your favorite meal, you are in luck this week. There’s a few Bucks County wine dinners to choose from, and several other events for all of our adventurous foodies out there.
Free dinner. Ham and macaroni and cheese is […]
This weekend it’s time to celebrate summer in Bucks County. There are plenty of places to take your dad or the fatherly figure in your life (check out our post, Where to eat for Father’s Day in Bucks County.) If you are looking for things to do with dad throughout the whole weekend, here […]
Bitter Bob’s (New Hope) always is serving up hot and fresh BBQ and comfort food, perfect for an outing with your pop. Bitter Bob’s is open on Sunday from 9 am – 8 pm. Try out menu items like “The Stanley,” or BBQ selections like St. Louis pork ribs or slow cooked beef brisket.
By Chef Rich Baringer,
Boy, I love asparagus, especially this time of year when you can find fresh, local spears that taste so good. Asparagus is such a versatile ingredient — you can sauté it, steam it, boil it, broil it, grill it. And from each different preparation, you get different tastes and textures.
Another successful weekend in Bucks County! This week you can look forward to a fun food event at the library, community dinner, or try a flavorful speciality pizza. Since this week isn’t as jam-packed as other weeks, check out our local guides for BYOB spots, farmers markets, or check out this list […]
Right here in Bucks County, 1 in 10 residents and 16% of all children (64,000 people, in total) are considered “food insecure,” meaning that they don’t have reliable access to a sufficient quality of affordable, nutritious food.
Among our friends and neighbors, there are children going to bed hungry, families torn between getting food on the […]
Clear skies, a sunny afternoon—sounds like a perfect day for the beach! This weekend, if you don’t have the time to travel far, stay local and enjoy some good late spring/early summer events in Bucks County, like learning new tips for grilling, sampling some new brews, and shopping at a new farmers market.
Time to get creative! For this week’s farmers market run, pick up some green produce, like garlic scapes, arugula, and mustard greens. These three items are packed with nutrients, tons of flavor, and are completely versatile!
Garlic scapes are curly stalks that come into season late spring and early summer. The scapes are the stalks […]
Things are heating up, and not just outside. No one likes a sticky spring/summer day, but there are always ways to cool off. Sip some margaritas half price this week; try some fresh, summer crab dishes; or take a dip in a pool with a perfect poolside menu to go along with it. Here’s what […]
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