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!
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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.
It’s feeling like summer, and perfect timing too since there are plenty of parades and other Memorial Day activities this weekend. Most towns in Bucks County are having their own parades, all through Lower and Central Bucks. In between all the delicious picnic food and summer-like events, take time to remember all the men and women […]Click here to read more →
Although Mother’s Day first became an official US holiday in 1914, its antecedents go back long before the 21st century. Early versions date back to the 19th century, and even further to the ancient Greeks and Romans who held festivals in honor of the mother goddesses Rhea and Cybele.
Today, Mother’s Day is […]Click here to read more →
Sometimes I really can’t believe how fast time goes. How is it possible that it’s almost Friday and this weekend is Easter Sunday? For some families, Easter is a great time to get together and celebrate old traditions.
But in between all the reuniting, egg hunts, and baked goodies, there are a few other things […]Click here to read more →
By guest blogger Wendy Yurgosky, Certified Holistic Health Counselor,
Easter is time for traditions and family. One of my favorite family traditions is to make kolache.
The funny thing about growing up Czech is that foods seemed to be spelled differently every time you turn around. For example, kolache is also spelled kolachi, kolach, kolace, […]Click here to read more →
I’ve recently been stepping up my kitchen game. Spring is a time for good produce, fresh recipes, and getting out of the winter rut. And you can find real inspiration from eating at one of your favorite local restaurants.
Every time I go out to eat, and I have a good dish, I make a mental note to […]Click here to read more →
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 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, March 27 this […]Click here to read more →
Love is all around us, and you’ll definitely find lots of it this weekend. It’s Valentine’s Day weekend! Remember, if you’re single, or taken, it doesn’t matter. There are some great food events to enjoy from Friday through Sunday, and a few more for what you can do on the big holiday. Also, see a special […]Click here to read more →
If you read our recent post, Fastnacht is coming!, you are probably drooling by now. If you have some time early Tuesday morning (tomorrow, February 9) consider hitting all the Bucks County bakeries known for their great fastnacht. Here’s my suggested plan of action, based on time and location. Are you up for […]Click here to read more →
Valentine’s Day is coming. Quick—where’s the nearest Macy’s? What was that watch he liked again? And what about the reservations? Where will we eat? Stop the madness!
The only thing you should be going crazy over is each other, and of course, where you will be dining out on February 14. Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be about the gifts, but […]Click here to read more →
Our first snowfall! And this weekend looks like our first real snowstorm is coming. Learn how to make warm drinks, enjoy a free dinner, or pick up something a little sweet to munch on while you look at the snow from your window.
There will be a free dinner at […]Click here to read more →
Hello 2016! Keep the party going this weekend; the New Year is here to stay and there are plenty of ways to celebrate, with craft beer events, traditional french food, and more. Don’t worry, you can start your New Year resolutions on Monday.Click here to read more →
The holiday season is coming to an end and it’s hard to believe that 2016 is right around the corner. Whether you are dining out—or in—for your New Year’s Eve celebration, here are some great ideas.
If you still haven’t found the perfect place to go out for New Year’s Eve, here’s a few more […]Click here to read more →
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