For those of you that enjoy a good glass of wine, you know how lucky you are to live in Bucks County — home of many wineries and vineyards. Quality wine doesn’t end there, because local restaurants and bars are always hosting wine-pairing dinners to give you the most flavor out of your meal.
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This warm October weather is certainly unusual, but when you live on the East Coast, you expect Mother Nature to abide by her own rules. Remember the one year it snowed near the week of Halloween?
Despite the wonky temperatures we have experienced in 2016, the harvest season for local wineries has been great. Many vineyards […]Click here to read more →
Even if you don’t believe in ghosts, witches and other spirits, you have to admit late nights in October can be a little spooky. Maybe it’s the crunching of the leaves under my feet or the chilly air, but sometimes I turn around thinking there’s something behind me.
This week, there are lots of interesting foodie events, […]Click here to read more →
The best part about living in Bucks County (or Pennsylvania in general) is seeing the season change right before your eyes. Pumpkins appear in the patches, farmers markets are still bursting with fresh produce, and you can’t drive anywhere without seeing those colorful fall trees.
Another great part about Bucks County in the fall is […]Click here to read more →
What’s your favorite way to spend a rainy day? I like to cuddle up with a snack, a cup of tea, and a nice book. Since it was chilly with wind and rain this past weekend, I bet there was plenty of time spent indoors. Hopefully you still found time to get out and enjoy the town, and […]Click here to read more →
The sad part about summer coming to an end is when farmers markets close up for the season. This weekend, if the weather is pleasant, grab your favorite eco-friendly bag and stuff it full of seasonal produce. Say farewell to one of Bucks County’s summer markets this weekend, and be sure to check out what […]Click here to read more →
Even if you’re not a big beer lover, I’m sure you’ve heard of the annual German festival, Oktoberfest. It’s the world’s largest beer festival and fair, long part of traditional Bavarian culture. But you don’t need to go to Germany because so many local restaurants are putting on their own beer and food festivals.
This […]Click here to read more →
We’ve been collecting these “tidbits” all summer for you. Here’s what’s happening on the restaurant scene in Bucks County and nearby Hunterdon County.
Oysters still on the menu! The Milford Oyster House became The Milford House this past August, and while new owners Rosie Tangtrakul and Tom Kulnis have changed […]Click here to read more →
There’s nothing like an evening stroll through your favorite Bucks County town, especially when it’s fall. When I went to school at DelVal, I used to walk around Doylestown with a cup of coffee, admiring all the changing leaves and crossing the street just to step in a big crunchy pile of them.
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You might think that summer is the time for outdoor activities, food festivals, and farmers markets. Fall is when the real party begins, and weekends in September and October are always jam-packed. Check out all activities happening in Bucks County, like the Fall Friend-of-a-Farmer Dinner, beer and wine tasting at a local farm, picking your own pumpkins, and more.Click here to read more →
This weekend, I made my first apple pie of the season (using fresh-picked apples of course). Needless to say, it’s almost all gone. Soon it will be time for an annual “where to pick apples” post, since Bucks County has apple trees galore. Plus, the farms have more varieties of the fruit than your bag can […]Click here to read more →
What a beautiful day! Get a head start on your weekend because there are things to do and eat in Bucks County from Thursday until Sunday. Drink beer on historic grounds in Lansdale, check out a chef demo from one of Bucks County’s favorite BYOBs, and stop by the grand opening of a new and […]Click here to read more →
This hot weather is a little unexpected. For a second, I thought temperatures were cooling down, and I was fully prepared to put on a sweater and walk around town, stepping all over crunchy leaves. Since we might have to hold on to summer a little bit longer, here are some “cool” events to enjoy […]Click here to read more →
With the mini heat wave we’re about to endure, you would almost think it’s the middle of July again. The weather may have you fooled, and so will this weekend of foodie events. It’s a nice mix of autumn festivals, end-of-summer BBQs, and a few ways to celebrate the fall harvest.Click here to read more →
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