One in an occasional series about good, local places to eat breakfast (and usually lunch). See our past review of the Cross Keys Diner in Doylestown, too.
Hogeland’s Corner Grill is one of those small, home-cooking places where the owner, in this case Sherri Martella, greets you, serves you, keeps your coffee cup [...]
I’ve got this thing about Trenton. I like it there. Over the course of 15 years living and working in the city, I came to know its community as diverse, dynamic, artistic and kind. So it’s a shame that when I suggest places to eat there, a fair number of people wrinkle their noses or [...]
Before you go to naBrasa you should understand a couple of things. First, if meat’s not your thing you’ll probably be happier elsewhere. Next: Go hungry. naBrasa isn’t a place where you go for something light.
naBrasa is a “rodizio,” a Brazilian- and Portugese-style barbecue where a variety of meats are brought directly [...]
It wasn’t a pleasant day to be outside yesterday, with the air so hot and humid even the birds seemed oppressed. Lynne and I were out and about, gearing up for the six friends we were having over for dinner, to celebrate the first anniversary of our move to Wycombe. There was olive oil to [...]
I don’t want anyone to think I’ve been slacking off since we published the first installment of Bars We Like back in April. The challenge of this column, I’ve found, isn’t the research, but the fact that once we find a place that meets our criteria – which includes good people, good food, [...]
By guest blogger Emily Trostle
I’ve never been one to get excited over hot dogs and hamburgers, but there’s one place I’ll travel the distance to when I need to get my fix: Dilly’s Corner, on River Road in New Hope, is the place for burgers, hot dogs, ice cream and an overall [...]
Driving to Linden Hill Gardens for the Bucks County Slow Food Farm to Table Dinner the evening of June 26th, Lynne and I got caught in one of this summer’s downpours. As the black sky flashed blue bolts of lightning and gray rain blew sharply across the road, we imagined ourselves huddling beneath a [...]
One of the things I love about Basically Burgers is the sheer creativity behind their food. (There’s taste, too, but I’m going for something a little deeper here.) To hear Wes Goddard tell it, many of the stalwarts on the menu stem from his son Jay’s insomnia, when it’s one in the [...]
We brought our Flip to the Wrightstown Farmer’s Market on its opening a day a couple of weeks ago, because we figured the best way to get a feel for the market was to hear from the vendors themselves. So, without further ado…
Vendors you’ll see on the video and what they [...]
Lynne and I were introduced to Marsha Brown, at 15 South Main Street in New Hope, by our friends David and Cathy, who visit Bucks County regularly from Northern New Jersey. Because I hadn’t planned on writing about the evening’s dinner, I wasn’t talking notes, so this post is going to be about my [...]
If your sole purpose is to get loose, you can do that cheaper by drinking at home. That’s why I like a good bar more than I like a good drink. Good bars are a mix of good people, good food, reasonable prices, reasonable sound level and a community comfortable enough with itself to invite [...]
An impulse turn is what happens when we’re driving along and one of us says, “Let’s turn in here,” to check out a place we’ve done no research on, just because, for whatever the reason, it seems like a good idea at the time. Last week, as we were driving home from Trenton, Lynne thought [...]
I’ve always had this thing about focus. When I have my midlife crisis, it might be about starting a business that makes, say, stair risers, or nothing but chocolate ice cream. I’m not sure what it is that attracts me to that kind of thing – maybe I’ve been following too many people on Twitter [...]
Directly across from the Delaware River in Yardley is Charcoal Steaks N’Things, a bright steakhouse that is truly family style in a way chain steakhouses only claim to be.
First thing to know: This is a BYOB place. It’s not big on décor – it feels kind of like a new Perkins, without the kitsch. [...]
Sweet Lorraine’s Café & Bar calls itself “a casual, fun and hip eatery,” smack in the midst of Lahaska’s Peddler’s Village. Casual? yes. Fun? Sure. Hip. I dunno. I’m coming up on 49 and don’t consider myself a real judge of that. But I will say that, the night Lynne and I stopped in [...]
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