This is no April Fools joke: You can pack plenty spring into your weekend with these foodie events. Start off by picking up a few warm, gooey cinnamon buns in Doylestown, hop on down to a senior center for some breakfast with the Easter Bunny, and stop by the Linden Hills Garden annual Springfair. Flowers, chocolates, local goodies — everything […]
Want to go out for Easter this year? Bucks is full of restaurants offering lovely brunches and dinners for the holiday. And we’re not just talking about ham. There is some very creative and delicious food being offered out there. Peruse the choices below and click-through to the menus where available.
Easter is Sunday, April […]
This is a hard time of year. Winter is finally ending and spring is near — but not quite here yet. I don’t know about you, but I’m still in winter mode when it comes to eating. I want warmth. I want comfort. I want food.
Fortunately there are plenty of warming food choices in Bucks and nearby this […]
Dodge the rain this weekend with these foodie events. The Doylestown Restaurant Week kicks off, winter produce is abundant, and there’s a fancy Sunday brunch that’s calling your name.
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Do you love wine, beer and spirits events? Are you known for suggesting happy hour hotspots? Keep reading. We’ve gathered up some of the latest happenings on the adult beverage scene, so you can start your spring off with these Bucks County beer and spirits events.
Pennsylvania spirits and beer events
If you love […]
While the flowers may be still trying to poke up through the melting snow, you can jump start the new season with fresh, local food from the Delaware River Towns to get you […]
“Laughter is brightest where food is best” — Irish Proverb
If you like Irish food and drinks, then this weekend is for you. This year, Saint Patrick’s Day falls on a Friday, so Bucks County restaurants and breweries are gearing up for one weekend-long celebration. Enjoy traditional Irish fare, Irish music and festivities, Irish brews and whiskies, and […]
What does whiskey have to do with local farming?
Ask Laura Fields, founder of the Delaware Valley Fields Foundation, and she’ll tell you. “American whiskey needs American farmers and vice versa,” she explains. “Bourbon is liquid national pride.”
Laura began the foundation to promote the role and history of local small farming, and to bring […]
Happy Monday! Only a few more days until St. Patrick’s Day, which means my crock pot is going to be stuffed to the brim with delicious, salty corned beef cabbage, potatoes, and carrots. And I’m picking up a case of Guinness, too.
The food we eat on Saint Patrick’s Day isn’t really an Ireland staple, but […]
The weather wasn’t terrible this week, so I managed to squeeze in a few after-work runs, just before the sun sets. Lately, I’ve really been missing those warm, spring evenings. And, I’m missing those afternoons where you can sit on a restaurant porch and bask in the sun with a drink (iced tea, gin, etc.).
Cold. Warm. Cold again. And the daffodils are pushing up. Whatever. It’s still a great week to eat out, especially with Lahaska’s Annual Restaurant Week, and the many “locals” nights on both sides of the river. Many good deals.
Want to get in touch with someone from the “other side?” While eating some […]
Bucks County residents and visitors, this weekend you are in for some real treats. If you don’t have any leftover donuts, indulge […]
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