Triumph Beer ice sculpture; photo courtesy L-NH Winter FestIt may be cold, and it may still be winter for awhile (unless the groundhog tells us differently next week), but there are still lots of reasons to leave home and eat this weekend.

  • For starters, The Lambertville-New Hope Winter Festival, now in it’s 12th year is in full swing. I won’t go into great detail – see their Web site for a schedule of events – but there is lots to do and eat, including a Beef n’Brew at Triumph Brewing Co. (still tickets left!) on Saturday from 2-4:30 pm.
  • Firehouse and pancake breakfasts all around, including one in Plumsteadville, Haycock, Warrington and at the New Hope-Solebury High School. See our food events calendar for more locations and directions.
  • The 2nd Annual Wing Ding Contest at Chambers 19 in Doylestown. Raise your beer and munch on some wings. May the best winger win!
  • Do your weekly food shopping at the Stockton Indoor Market on Saturday or Sunday. Pick up some freshly baked bread, farm-fresh cheese, vegetables, organic coffee, yummy pastries, fresh fish and, even, artisanal ice cream. See our post for more information on vendors.

Coming up next weekend? How about a gourmet vegetarian dinner at the Kindle Cafe, or eating chili to support Planned Parenthood at the Choice Chili Cook-off? Or stop in at the Chaddsford Winery Tasting Room in Peddlers Village for their February Fusion, pairing gourmet chocolate and wine. Or check out the monthly barrel tasting at Triumph Brewing Company. See our food events calendar for more details.

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4 Responses to A winter weekend in Bucks

  1. Both the Wing Ding contest and the Stockton Indoor Market soud like great ideas for a cold winters day. Thank you Lynne for putting this post together and keeping us up to date!
    Chef Nick

  2. Thank you Lynne for putting this post together and keeping us up to date! Both the Wing Ding contest and the Stockton Indoor Market soud like great ideas for a cold winters day. Chef Nick

  3. Gail Sorkow says:

    Hi Lynne,
    We had a touch of summer exploring Stockton’s farmer’s market this afternoon
    what a delightful and useful way to fill that vacant space

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