Welcome to spring showers! Yes, we’ve been getting some much needed rain, but unfortunately it will be coming on Saturday this weekend. Mother’s Day looks good, though. Sunny and 67°. And there is plenty going on this weekend too.
Farm markets. Two markets are opening this weekend. The long-awaited Sandy Ridge Farm Market [...]
A beautiful weekend, wine tour, beer tastings, farmers markets and strawberries. Once again, so much going on it’s hard to choose what to highlight.
If you’re seeing green this weekend it probably isn’t the little buds of spring but St. Patrick’s Day celebrations! There are so many parties going on at area restaurants and bars (the holiday does seem to be made for drinking and eating, no?) that I can’t even list them all. Just go to your local [...]
There is so much going on food-wise in Bucks County that almost from the beginning we started doing posts on where to find stuff – everything from meat, ice cream, BYOBs, breakfast, bars, BBQ, lunch places and even, waterside restaurants. These articles have been real favorites among our readers and continue to get “hits” years [...]
Still have gift shopping to do? Don’t let it get you down. You can have fun too with the ton of food events going on this week in Bucks County and nearby.
For starters, check out the Ottsville Holiday Festival this weekend. Over two dozen vendors will be there offering everything from chocolates, [...]
With the cooler weather comes the return of firehouse breakfasts. This Sunday there are four of them – in Riegelsville, Ivyland, Perkasie and Silverdale. Get in the car, go for a drive and enjoy one of Bucks County’s most beautiful seasons.
What better time for a pig roast than on a crisp fall day? The [...]
A warm breeze rustled the leaves in the trees above us on a lovely summer afternoon. We sat sipping cool white wine and nibbling on cheese and crackers out on the deck. Home and work felt far, far away.
In fact, they were only five minutes away. We were sitting at Wycombe Vineyards [...]
How nice to sit on a summer evening, enjoying a glass of wine. Luckily there are many local vineyards hosting events this summer that make it easy to do so. Both Shady Brook Farm and the Market by Shady Brook at Del Val have music and wine from Rosebank [...]
Ever since visiting the Dad’s Hat™ Pennsylvania Rye Whiskey distillery in Bristol last month, I’ve been waiting none too patiently for their barrel-aged rye to make its entrance. Dad’s Hat – the first rye whiskey to be made in Pennsylvania in two decades – came out with [...]
These are the summer days we cherish. Temps in the 70′s, sunshine and no humidity. Enjoy this lovely weekend, it will be getting hotter as the week goes on.
It’s perfect weather to sit, sip some wine and listen to music. Many of the local wineries have great music lined [...]
The Pineville Tavern is now open for Sunday brunch from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm. The menu looks wonderful but what really has me excited is that the Pineville has gone local to source much of it. This includes mixed greens from Blue Moon Acres, just down the [...]
The National Weather Service says it’s going to be one of those “a chance of showers and thunderstorms” weekends. (I mean, really. Is that CYA talk or what?) So, if those thunderstorms don’t appear, it should be a pretty nice Memorial Day weekend, especially Sunday and Monday. But don’t quote me.
The calendar is full [...]
My friend Kate says she’s never before met a Jewish girl who drinks whiskey. That would be me. It started with Scotch – first Dewar’s, then Johnny Walker, and then onto single malts. Then I met my husband and he introduced me to Bourbon, which I discovered I also like. Lately I’ve enjoyed drinking rye [...]
Happy Mother’s Day to all of you wonderful mothers out there! It should be a nice weekend weather-wise to enjoy with family and friends.
Wine aficionados will enjoy some special events at area wineries like “Wine Tasting for Moms” at Crossing Vineyards on Saturday. The Mother’s Day Wine Trail will take place at [...]
The 2nd Annual Washington Crossing Brewfest takes place this Saturday, May 12. The brewfest will host over 50 breweries and there will be food and music too. All proceeds go to the Friends of Washington Crossing Park to help run the park and provide educational programs. Read more at their
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