1. Friend of a Farmer Dinner

 Thursday & Friday, June 18-19, during dinner hours at Caleb’s American Kitchen, 5738 US-202, Lahaska, PA

Caleb’s American Kitchen already uses plenty of local ingredients for their fresh and delicious menu, but twice monthly on a Thursday and Friday night, they dedicate a four-course prix-fixe dinner to feature the best of Bucks County’s seasonal produce. The dinners are $45/person on Thursday nights and $50/person on Friday nights (tax and gratuity not included). Reservations are required. .

This month’s Friend of a Farmer menu:

Ricotta Gnocchi
First Course
(select one)
Roasted Beet (Roots to River) &
Goat Cheese (Giggling Goat Dairy) Terrine
with micro-basil (Blue Moon Acres) mango reduction
Ricotta Gnocchi (Wesmont, NJ) with spring peas (Roots to River),
hen of wood mushrooms (Kenneterry Square)
Second Course
(select one)
Cool Bing & Rainier Cherry (Cherry Grove Farm) Gazpacho with tortilla, cucumber mint relish
Harvest Salad with speckled romaine (Blue Moon Acres), strawberries (Manoff Market),
feta (Giggling Goat Dairy),
baby watermelon radishes (Roots to River),
blueberry croutons, lemon citrus vinaigrette
Third Course
(select one)
Grilled Sustainable Swordfish (Bar Harbor, ME),
bing cherry poblano pepper relish, roasted fingerling german potato salad, swiss chard (Roots to River)
Flank Steak (Lancaster, PA), roasted shallots, tomatillos, gooseberry
and mint relish, potato beet gratin, roasted squash, escarole
 Strawberry Tartlet
Fourth Course
(select one)
Fresh Strawberries (Manoff Market) & Cream, tuile cookie
Strawberry (Manoff Market) Tartlet, lemon curd

2. 3rd Annual Brews & Bites at Pennsbury Manor

Saturday, June 20 from 4 pm to 8 pm at Pennsbury Manor, 400 Pennsbury Memorial Road, Morrisville, PA

Brews & Bites at Pennsbury Manor

The Brews & Bites event has all the trappings of a traditional beer festival – 18 regional breweries pouring their finest brews, tasty food to snack on – but takes traditional to a whole new level. The festival has a historic twist, taking place on the 43 acre grounds at Pennsbury Manor, the 17th century estate, with a Brewfest Logochance to see 17th century beer brewing demonstrations, and tours of the gardens (where you’ll find hops growing) and the Manor House. It’s not too late to buy tickets, get them here.



3. Father’s Day Firehouse Breakfast

Sunday, June 21, times and locations listed below

Our local firehouses know the way to Dad’s heart is a good, no-nonsense breakfast.



4. Lunch in the Vineyard for Dads

Sunday, June 21, 12 pm to 2 pm, Crossing Vineyards & Winery, Wrightstown Road, Upper Makefield, PA

Spring comes to Crossing Vineyards

“Forget the bad ties and boring gift cards,” says Crossing Vineyards. Their alternative is lunch, wine and fun at their vineyard. The afternoon includes a hearty lunch among the vines, a wine flight (choose between white, red or sweet) and a tour of the winery. Reservations can be made by calling 215.493.6500 ext. 19.


5. BBQ, Beer and Booze!

Bucks County Brewery LogoSunday, June 21, 3 pm to 8 pm at Bucks County Brewery, 31 Appletree Lane, Pipersville, PA

cocktails at Hewn Spirits

Okay, so we said breakfast might be the way into Dad’s heart, but we may have to take that back. BBQ, Beer and Booze? Nothing screams “I love you, Dad,” more than those three things, combined (in our humble opinion, of course). There’s really no more description of the event necessary – BBQ, beer from Bucks County Brewery, and booze from Hewn Spirits are the stars of the day.

Have a great weekend!

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For more details on any of these events, please go to our full calendar, Food Events in Bucks County.

Want to know what’s happening in Hunterdon County? See our Food Events in Hunterdon County calendar.

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