What a beautiful spring weekend that was! The nice weather is finally here, and just in time for both Passover and Easter festivities. Passover begins tonight and this weekend is Easter Sunday, so there is plenty to eat this week no matter what you celebrate.
Check out what’s happening this week, like Passover-friendly dinner specials, Easter egg hunts, and a seafood dinner buffet.
Be sure to make your dinner or brunch reservations for Easter weekend!
Passover dinner specials.If you are looking for a tasty Passover meal, consider dining at the Yardley Inn this week. Monday through Thursday, the Yardley Inn restaurant will offer Passover dinner specials like matzoh ball soup, beef brisket, roast chicken, Arctic chard, and more. Be sure to reserve your spot for dinner here.
Seafood and dinner buffet. The Buck Hotel has some delicious dinner specials each week. On Mondays, the hotel serves up a bounty of seafood and other dinner items: buffet style. Check out their raw bar including clams and oysters on the half shell, and shrimp. They’ll also have snow crab legs, a carving station, a hot buffet, a pasta station, a chef’s table, and dessert with coffee or tea. Now that’s a meal!
Food For Thought.The Doylestown Food Market hosts its monthly book club this Tuesday, April 11 at 6:15 pm. Meet with community members to discuss the book Locally Laid, by Lucie B. Amundsen. The book details how a midwestern family with no agriculture experience went from a few backyard chickens to a whole farm.
Brian’sin Lambertville is welcoming the season with a Spring Tasting Dinner on Tuesday, April 11 at 6:30 pm. It’s a prix fixe dinner for $75, complete with fresh and luxurious pairings. Start with a wild mushroom “tea” thyme infusion, and end with a shot of Valona hot chocolate; and that’s just a sample of the full eight-course menu. Reserve by phone; call 609.460.4148. Brian’s is BYOB and cash only.
Hop on down to Shady Brook Farm for its Easter Eggstravaganza April 13, 14 and 15, from 11 am to 4 pm. Kids can take a wagon ride to the hunting grounds, where they can search for six candy filled eggs, get a prize, and meet the Easter Bunny. It’s a great way to kick off the spring season.
While you are there, enjoy the other festivities like the giant jumping pillows, inflatable attractions, food, a playground, and more. Ticket booth closes at 4 pm, festival field closes at 5 pm. Admission is $10 per child and $5 per adult.
Wine room construction. Just in case you were looking for some Italian or Argentinian wines this week, note that two of Stockton Fine Wines’ rooms will be closed from April 10 through April 14. The second leg of their wine shop is underway; they are installing new shelving in both their Italian and Argentinian rooms.
On the radar…
McCoole’s at the Red Lion Inn is bringing back its home-brew competition as part of the McCoole’s Beer Fest. Bring your three entries to a drop off point before April 21 to be considered. All the details are here.
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