Although you might want to bundle up and stay indoors, we’ve gathered a few food and wine filled events happening in Bucks County this weekend. Pick up some authentic cannolis, make fresh cheese at home, and pair your favorite cookies with a glass of wine.
Events are listed in chronological order
1. $1 Cannoli Day
Altomonte’s Italian Market and Deli, Friday, February 17, Doylestown and Warminster, PA
If you’re craving a real cannoli, head to Altomonte’s Italian Market and Deli for a treat on the cheap. At the market, enjoy a regular size cannoli for only $1 on Friday, February 17.
While supplies last! No rain checks, and pre-ordering is recommended. And, while you are there, pick up one of Altomonte’s fresh hoagies and sandwiches. You can also try out their featured cheeses: Smoked Scamorza, BellaVitano Merlot, or Gorgonzola Dolce. There are a few specials going on throughout the month of February as well. Buon appetito!
2. Wine Tasting Dinner
Friday and Saturday, February 17 – 18, King George II Inn, 102 Radcliffe St., Bristol, PA
Indulge in a four-course wine tasting meal prepared by Chef Fabian Quiros at the King George II Inn in Bristol, with wines presented by Robert Strasser.
Start your meal off with a Chardonnay, paired with a jumbo lump Maryland crabmeat salad, followed by NY Strip and panko encrusted lamb medallions. For dessert, enjoy a Porto wine, paired with a dark Belgian chocolate souffle. Review the full menu here. Limited seating is available so call to make reservations. The dinner is $50 per person plus tax and a 20% service charge.
3. Greenstraw’s Four Year Anniversary
Saturday, February 18, Greenstraw Smoothies, 243 N. Sycamore St., Newtown, PA
Greenstraw Smoothies is celebrating its four-year anniversary this Saturday, February 18. Head to Newtown for a chance to win prizes, enjoy a gift card raffle, try free samples, a new product launch, and play a Secret Cup giveaway game.
There will also be great deals on juice cleanses. Stop by to try one of Greenstraw customer’s favorite drinks, the Golden Milk with Turmeric. Eating more turmeric helps prevent breast cancer, it protects the skin against UVAS damage, and it treats depression. Stop by the shop and say congrats!
4. Making Soft Cheese at Home Class
Saturday, February 18, Snipes Farm & Education Center, 890 Bridge St., Morrisville, PA
There’s just something about the creamy, rich textures and flavors that come from soft, fresh cheeses. If you are partial to these cheeses, you’ll enjoy this weekend’s class down at the Magnolia Homestead on Snipes Farm in Morrisville.
This two-hour hands-on class will cover the basics of how to make quark, a soft farmer’s cheese, at home. Farmer and teacher, Toria Harr, will share the basic kitchen tools you need to make your own cheese. She’ll also explain the biology and chemistry that makes the milk turn into a delicious product. You’ll work through the entire process and at the end, you will be able to have a tasty cheese snack. The class is $25 and runs from 10 am to noon. Reserve your spot online here.
5. Firehouse Breakfast
Sunday, February 19, 7:30 am – 12:30 pm, Perkasie Fire Company, 5th & Arch Streets, Perkasie, PA
Support a local firehouse by heading to the Perkasie Fire Company this Sunday at 7:30 am – 12:30 pm. The menu includes eggs, pancakes, waffles, sausage, bacon, scrapple, home fries, onions and mushrooms. Cost for adults is $7, children ages 4 – 12 years old is $3.50, and children three and under are free. There will be a 50/50 drawing at the breakfast.
6. Cookies and Corks
Sunday, February 19, 1 – 4 pm, Sand Castle Winery, 755 River Rd., Erwinna, PA
Ever think to pair your favorite Girl Scout cookies with a glass of wine? Sand Castle Winery did, and they are pairing everyone’s favorite indulgence with their wines this Sunday, February 19 from 1 – 4 pm.
Tickets are $15 per person and includes five cookies and wine pairings, a box of cookies of your choosing to take home, and a Sand Castle wine glass. Tastings will be on the hour at 1 pm, 2 pm, and 3 pm. Cookies are provided by Troop #9552, and they will be there selling additional boxes of cookies, if you didn’t get enough! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your spot.
7. Graham Beck Sparkling Dinner
Sunday, February 19, 7 pm, Yardley Inn, 82 East Afton Ave., Yardley, PA
It’s a five course dinner paired with several of Graham Beck’s sparkling wines, like a Brut Zero ’09, a Brut Rose, and a Demi Sec.
The menu includes dishes like fried crawfish tails, Taleggio ravioli, and roasted turbot. The dinner is $55 per person plus tax and gratuity. Call to reserve at 215.493.3800.
Have a great weekend!
The Bucks County Taste Dinner Club
I’ll be the first to admit it. When Jericho National Golf Club in New Hope first reached out asking to host a dinner club event, I was skeptical. A country club? Banquets, yes. But an intimate, delicious meal worthy of my Bucks County Taste Dinner Club peeps?
But then Mark and I had dinner at the club’s restaurant. We were charmed by the delicious food, great service and beautiful view. What a hidden gem!
Please join us on Sunday, March 5 for a lovely evening including three courses and dessert. Click below for more information and the menu for the evening.
Want to know what’s happening in Hunterdon County? See our Food Events in Hunterdon County calendar.
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