Fortunately we’ve got lots of good, cold adult beverages in Bucks County, now more than ever (compared to five years ago…wow!). Bucks County has a beautiful wine trail and beer […]
It looks like a soggy week for Bucks County residents, with thunderstorms and showers popping up almost every day. Good for the herbs I just planted!
Hopefully this week’s foodie happenings will stay safe from the rain. If not, you can check out our locals night guide, where you’ll find tons […]
Cheers to the weekend! We’ve gathered some upcoming events on the adult drinking scene, covering everything from wine events to beers on tap. If you are looking for a new bar or a place that is BYOB-friendly, be sure to peruse our beer guide and BYOB map. […]
Local businesses have carefully planned out special brunches and dinners for the mom in your life, and even though Mother’s Day is right around the corner, you may still be able to make a reservation.
And there’s more! Hang out on the lawn at The Market at DelVal for their recurring […]
Cinco de Mayo is this Friday, May 5th, and although it seems like it’s all about the tacos, the music, the margaritas — it’s much more. Cinco de Mayo is really a day that celebrates the defeat of the French army during the Battle of Puebla in Mexico on May 5, 1862. Use Cinco de […]
If the return of Shad Fest is any indication, April is almost out the door. No complaints here; we are looking forward to spring because there is always so much to do in Bucks County.
The farmers markets are coming out of hibernation, there are plenty of beer festivals, and restaurants and wineries are offering […]
You know what they say, April showers bring May flowers. Hopefully the forecast changes a bit because this weekend is filled with outdoor spring festivities, food festivals, and other ways to celebrate all that is good in this community.
Start off your Friday evening with Bristol’s Restaurant Week, head over to DelVal for its annual […]
It’s safe to say those chilly days are behind us. The sun is shining, flowers are poking up, and greens are starting to show up at area farmers markets.
This weekend, you can take full advantage of the warm weather. Just step outside and shop for all your favorite goodies at a local farmers market, sample […]
It’s a hops-filled weekend! And we’re not just talking about beer.
Kick off Friday with a nice cold brew in honor of National Beer Day (a perfect excuse to enjoy those happy hour specials), check out a new restaurant as part of Foodie First Friday. Later you can see the Easter Bunny (more hops!) but […]
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 […]
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.
Events are listed in chronological order
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 […]
“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 […]
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.).
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