Cold. Warm. Cold again. And the daffodils are pushing up. Whatever. It’s still a great week to eat out, especially with Lahaska’s Annual Restaurant Week, and the many “locals” nights on both sides of the river. Many good deals.
Want to get in touch with someone from the “other side?” While eating some great food? Check out the three-course dinners this Thursday through Sunday at the Logan Inn. The dinner is followed by a group reading by spiritual medium, Edward Tabbitas. These evenings usually sell out, so don’t dawdle.
Have a lovely week!
Washington Crossing Brewfest. The Washington Crossing Brewfest tickets are now only available online! They are expecting to sell out very soon, so grab yours before they’re gone. The brewfest is on Saturday, May 6 from 12:30 – 4:30 pm at the Washington Crossing Historic Park.
Bucks Bacon & Beer 2017. Tickets are going fast for the 4th Annual Bucks Bacon & Beer on Sunday, March 19 from 12 – 4 pm at Triumph Brewing Company in New Hope, co-sponsored by Bucks County Taste. The noon tickets are sold out but the 2 pm entry is still available.
It’s all about the bacon! Be it smoked, cured, artisanal, or non-nitrate, come and taste the best. Enjoy locally sourced and locally made bacon, sausage, cheese and other delectable foods from local purveyors, farmers and butchers. While you are there, enjoy a barrel tapping of a sweet beer, brewed by Triumph Brewing Company. Click here for more information and to buy tickets.
4th Annual Lahaska Restaurant Week. The 4th Annual Lahaska Restaurant Week welcomes diners from all over to its yearly restaurant week, which continues through this Thursday, March 9. Earl’s New American, Porterhouse Restaurant and Pub, Villaggio Cucina, Caleb’s American Kitchen and The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm will all be participating.
Each restaurant is offering three-course prix fixe dinners for $30, not including tax and gratuity. Be sure to make reservations and book them directly with participating restaurants.
Quizzo night with Dad’s Hat Rye Whiskey. The Grundy Museum in Bristol is launching its Golden Anniversary year with a trivia night. The museum and library staff invite you to join them for a Quizzo Night at Mountain Laurel Spirits, maker of Dad’s Hat Rye Whiskey, on Thursday, March 9 from 7 – 10 pm (doors open at 6:30 pm) also in Bristol.
Cash prizes awarded to first, second and third place winners. You’ll enjoy light refreshments and soft drinks, with a cash bar available. The free event is open to individuals 21 and over. Registration is limited, learn more here.
Call up the Spirits. The Logan Inn in New Hope is welcoming back the author and spiritual medium, Edward Tabbitas, for another week of dinners and spirit readings, March 9 – 12, every night at 7 pm.
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.
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.
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The Delaware River Towns 2017 Restaurant Week starts Sunday, March 19 and continues through Thursday, March 23.
More than 33 participating restaurants will offer either a $35.00 prix fixe fine-dining menu or a $25.00 prix fixe casual-dining menu during the five-day celebration. Experience cuisines from around the world including; American, Italian, Southern, Cajun, French, Mexican, Peruvian, Cuban and more. For more information, click here.
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