Bucks County residents and visitors, this weekend you are in for some real treats. If you don’t have any leftover donuts, indulge in Foodie First Friday and Lahaska’s Restaurant Week.
Events are listed in chronological order
1. Wine & Food Pairing Dinner
Thursday, March 2, 6:30 – 8:30 pm, The Rising Sun Inn, 898 Allentown Road, Telford, PA
Tonight, Thursday, March 2, the Rising Sun Inn hosts one of its delicious wine and food pairing dinners. Executive chef Fred Duerr will prepare four of his favorite small plates and Randy Uhler, wine expert from Southern Wine & Spirits, will select the wine to pair with and enhance the food.
The four-course menu includes: Baked Crab “En Croute” with pink peppercorn lobster cream dill sauce, Bleu Cheese Mushroom Risotto, Braised Chicken “Paprikas”, and Black Magic Raspberry Torte. Please call 215.721.6350 to make your reservation. Tickets are $49 per person.
2. Beer Tasting Dinner
Friday, March 3, 5 -11 pm, The Washington House Restaurant, 136 N. Main St., Sellersville, PA
Start your weekend off with a good brew and a good dinner. This Friday, head to the Washington House Restaurant for different style English, Irish, and Scottish beers, paired with your meal. Beers range from $10 – $13. Reserve your spot here.
3. Foodie First Friday
Friday, March 3, 5 – 9 pm, Downtown Doylestown, PA
We all slip into a Friday routine, and while the usual pizza-Friday or Chinese take-out night is tasty, it can be a bit boring. This Friday, try out a different restaurant or eatery in Doylestown since it’s Foodie First Friday, a monthly event that celebrates culture, community and cuisine. Many of the restaurants have specials for the celebration, so try a restaurant you’ve never been to, or stop by your usual place and enjoy your favorites. For a full list of participating restaurants, click here.
4. Indoor Yardley Farmers Market
Saturday, March 4, 9 – 11 am, Yardley Friends Meetinghouse, 65 N. Main St, Yardley, PA
The Yardley Farmers’ Market is held on the first and third Saturdays of each month from Oct. 15 through April 15. A variety of vendors attend, selling pasture raised meats, seasonal vegetables and fruits, pickled and fermented foods, Kombuchu, prepared ready to eat foods, locally roasted coffee, honey and natural body products & candles. For more information, see the farmers market Facebook page.
5. Small Batch Kitchen Tasting
Saturday, March 4, 10 am – 12 pm, Doylestown Food Market, 29 W. State St., Doylestown, PA
Interested in trying something new this weekend? That’s the best part about grocery shopping, you get to try samples of new products! The Doylestown Food Market welcomes you try out their featured and local producer of the month, Small Batch Kitchen. Small Batch Kitchen is located in Harleysville and their mission is to create flavorful, low sugar preserves. Plus, their preserves and spreads are handmade and contain no artificial ingredients.
Stop in and taste their yummy fruit spreads (made with local ingredients)!
6. Maple Syrup: From Tap to Bottle
Saturday, March 4, 11 am, Winfield Farm, 476 Headquarters Road, Erwinna, PA
We don’t get a lot of locally made maple syrup in Bucks County on account of us being a little far south. But Chris and Elizabeth Wampole (and friends) don’t let that stop them. Come to their sugar shack this Saturday to see how maple syrup is made. The event is sponsored by the Tinicum Conservancy, a land trust that helped create a conservation easement for the 100-acre Winfield Farm property.
Follow GPS directions to 476 Headquarters Road, Erwinna, PA 18920. However, there is no sign for the farm, so look for the sugar shack. You’ll also be able to purchase the Sundale Creek Maple Syrup. Can’t make it but want to buy some maple syrup? Contact Chris Wampole at SUNDALECREEK1@gmail.com.
Learn more about Sundale Creek Maple Syrup and maple sugaring in our post this week, Bucks County maple syrup!
7. Lahaska Restaurant Week
Sunday, March 5 through Thursday, March 9, Lahaska, PA
This weekend is your opportunity to try out some new restaurants with great prix fixe options. So, head to Lahaska, PA, dine out and enjoy what the town has to offer (restaurant week starts this Sunday, March 5 through Thursday, March 9). Each restaurant will offer three course prix fixe dinners for $30 (not including tax and gratuity). But wait, don’t stop with dinner! You can also enjoy a tasty brunch, too!
- Caleb’s American Kitchen
- Earl’s New American
- Porterhouse Restaurant & Pub
- The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm – Brunch
- The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm – Dinner
- Villaggio Cucina
During restaurant week, you can enjoy the town, check out other attractions, and enjoy some local shopping. Be sure to call and make reservations for your restaurant visits.
Have a great weekend!
Want to know what’s happening in Hunterdon County? See our Food Events in Hunterdon County calendar.