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.).
While we wait for spring, let’s stay distracted with these comforting, local events. Stuff your belly with spaghetti, dine with friends, party tavern style, and pick up a winter produce bounty, this weekend in Bucks.
Events are listed in chronological order
1. Wine & Food Tasting: Wines of South America
Thursday, March 9, 7 – 9 pm, Boccadito, 12 South Main Street, Doylestown, PA
Enjoy 8 delicious small plate tastings paired with 8 perfectly matched wines. Wine educator, Stephen Ruffin, CIA trained chef and certified sommelier, will share his expertise on pairing, tasting, appreciating and enjoying wines at Boccadito tonight, Thursday, March 9. Have fun while you learn! $45 per person. Space is limited. Call Boccadito at 215.489.2525 to reserve.
2. Spaghetti Dinner
Friday, March 10, 5:30 – 7 pm, Delaware Valley Fire Company, 75 Headquarters Rd., Erwinna, PA
Enjoy a comforting spaghetti dinner at the Delaware Valley Fire Company this Friday, from 5:30 – 7:30 pm. Adults cost $10, seniors cost $9, emergency personnel cost $9, children six to 12 are $7 and children under six are free. Also, take-out is available and costs $11.
3. Supper Club at Lumberville General Store
Friday and Saturday, March 10 – 11, 6 – 9 pm, Lumberville General Store, 3741 River Rd., Lumberville, PA
Get together with friends and meet some new ones at the Supper Club at the Lumberville General Store. This Friday and Saturday, head to the store for a seasonal and savory three-course meal with a starter. It’s $24.95 per person and the store is BYOB. Hungry enough to see the full menu? Here’s what you’ll enjoy:
- Starter: Herb and roasted garlic focaccia with whipped tahini hummus
- Appetizer: Ginger, carrot and almond bisque, or orange chili-glazed pork belly
- Entrée: Mojo-marinated bronzino with sautéed kale, oranges, and red beans and rice or spicy fried chicken with buttermilk coleslaw, sautéed kale and red beans and rice or crispy Brussels sprouts and maple glazed carrots with curried peanut brittle, sautéed kale and red beans and rice
- Dessert: Vietnamese coffee panna cotta or choice of our house-made, all natural, signature ice cream
4. Call up the Spirits
Friday, March 10 through Sunday, March 12, , 7 – 9 pm, Logan Inn, 10 West Ferry St., New Hope, PA
Grab some friends and get ready for some “spirited” fun. This weekend, the Logan Inn in New Hope is welcoming back the author and spiritual medium, Edward Tabbitas, for another found of dinners and spirit readings.
Each evening includes a three-course dinner followed by a group reading. On Thursday the price is $80 per person, and on Friday and Saturday, it is $100 per person. The price includes a welcome cocktail, hors d’oeuvres, three-course dinner, and a group reading with Tabbitas. Price does not include alcohol, tax and gratuity. Stay packages are available too. The series of events runs from March 9 – 12, beginning at 7 pm.
5. Pickling and Fermentation Class
Saturday, March 11, 10 am – 12 pm, Snipes Farm and Education Center, 890 W. Bridge St., Morrisville, PA
Come to Snipes Farm this weekend to learn about the world of food preservation techniques that keep your digestive systems and palates satisfied.
Brad Berry, a farmer and home fermenter, will teach everyone simple sauerkraut, yogurt and pickling recipes with inspiration from the book Wild Fermentation. Brad will also discuss health benefits and food history. The class is $25.
6. Tavern Night at the Half Moon Inn
Saturday, March 11, 7 – 11 pm, Half Moon Inn, 105 Court St., Newtown, PA
The Newtown Historic Association’s 15th Annual Tavern Night at the Half Moon (Court Inn) is this Saturday, March 11, and it’s a great way to enjoy 18th century fun. Head to the Half Moon Inn for some 18th century ale, dancing, music, and games, along with tasty food catered by Joseph Garvey of Joey G’s and Joseph’s Catering.
7. Winemaker’s Dinner
Sunday, March 12, 1 – 4 pm, Sand Castle Winery, 755 River Rd., Erwinna, PA
Spend your afternoon at Sand Castle Winery with winemaker Joseph Maxian and executive chef from the Red Cedar Grille, Theo Charitos. Indulge in a seven-course dinner with matching Sand Castle Winery wines. Tickets are $65 per person plus tax and they must be purchased online in advance. Limited seating is available. Questions? Call 610.294.8303.
8. Roots to River at Gravity Hill Farm
Sunday, March 12, 11 am – 2 pm, Roots to River at Gravity Hill Farm, 67 Pleasant Valley Rd., Titusville, NJ
This crazy hot-and-cold weather has gotten the Roots to River Farm at Gravity Hill in Titusville, NJ, excited for the upcoming spring season.
In the meantime, their winter bounty is still plentiful. The market in Titusville has baby chard, beets, parsley, purple top turnips, spinach, and more. And, grab lunch while you shop for your veggies. There are prepared foods by The Farm Cooking School, like farm pizza, carrot soup, beet soup, and fried smashed potatoes.
Roots to River Farm Market at Gravity Hill is open Sundays 11 am – 2 pm. You can learn more about Roots to River Farm Market here. Check out their CSA options for the season. Becoming a member is an easy way to become a part of the farm family and receive fresh produce at a discount.
Farm-to-Table Dinner at Comfortfood & Kitchenette
Sunday, March 26, 2017 ∼ 6 pm
Join us on March 26 for an exquisitely prepared, seasonal and locally sourced dinner.
Comfortfood & Kitchenette is a cozy, farm-to-table BYOB restaurant, tucked away on a back street, in an innocuous block of stores in Morrisville, PA. It’s one of Morrisville’s best kept secrets. The locals know about it but I think everyone else needs to know about it too.
Comfortfood specializes in fresh, creative and seasonal cuisine with ingredients sourced from local farms. The menu includes dishes that meat-lovers, vegetarians and vegans can all enjoy.
To see the full menu and all the details, click below.
Have a great weekend!
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