It looks like a soggy week for Bucks County residents, with thunderstorms and showers popping up almost every day. Good for the herbs I just planted!
Hopefully this week’s foodie happenings will stay safe from the rain. If not, you can check out our locals night guide, where you’ll find tons of options for prix fixe menus and locals night specials.
And don’t forget to review our food calendar to see what’s going on for Memorial Day — which is this weekend!
New menu specials. Spring is in full bloom, and what better way to enjoy it then with some tasty new specials from Karlton Cafe. From 8 – 11 am you can enjoy breakfast specials like fresh peaches and cottage cheese with a grilled cinnamon bun, or asparagus Benedict with sun-dried tomatoes. Lunch is just as delicious and seasonal — so try out items like the bacon and peach panini, or the BBQ chicken tacos.
Mondays at the Bistro.Looking for a great dinner on a Monday night? Try Bistro Rouget in Stockton, NJ for a seasonal prix fixe dinner. It’s $35 on Monday nights only, and you need to call for a reservation at 609.460.4863.
Cinnamon Bun Sale. It’s that time of the month again! We know you can’t resist these ooey gooey cinnamon buns. Stop by the Central Bucks Senior Center (700 N Shady Retreat Rd) in Doylestown for freshly baked cinnamon buns this Tuesday through Friday. The last week of each month, the members of the Senior Center all pitch in to create these mouth-watering sticky buns. Beginning at 9 am you can buy the buns by the dozen in four flavors: plain ($5), raisin ($5.50), nuts ($5.50), or raisin and nuts ($6.50).
Lower Makefield Farmers Market.This Thursday, May 25 is the opening day of the Lower Makefield Farmers Market. This year, the market is adding some new vendors selling cheese, meat, eggs, gluten-free baking, fruits, and cut flowers The market will also have live music and more great family friendly activities.
Wine tasting dinner. If you want to treat yourself to a lovely mid-week wine dinner, go to King George II Inn in Bristol this Thursday, May 25 at 6:30 pm. Thhe inn will host a four-course meal prepared by Chef Fabian Quiros. The wines will be presented by Robert Strasser. You’ll get to feast on dishes like scallops with honey grits, butter roasted Chilean sea bass, and sweet potato beignets. Seating is limited, so call to reserve at 215.788.5536. The meal is $60 per person.
Beer dinner at the Yardley Inn.The Weyerbacher Beer Dinner at the Yardley Inn is this Thursday, May 25, starting at 7 pm. Weyerbacher Brewing was founded in 1995 in a livery stable in downtown Easton, Pennsylvania. The brewery’s full-flavored brews will be paired with dishes like white asparagus and passionfruit. Also on the menu is mussels with chicory and cream, and roasted suckling pork with fava beans, to name a few. The dinner is $65 per person plus tax and gratuity.
On the radar…
The Lumberville General Store is hosting a Memorial Day BBQ this Sunday, May 28 beginning at 3:30 pm. Enjoy BBQ pulled pork, smoked chicken, corn on the cob, and more! Call the store for more information or visit their Facebook page. Only $19.95 per person, $9.95 per kid. BYOB.
The 22nd Annual Lobsterfest at Trinity Solebury Church is coming up on June 3. This annual festival features lobster from Heller’s Seafood, and a rib dinner from More Than Q. There will be live music, games, raffles, and treats by Nina’s Waffles and Ice Cream. You must order by May 26, which is this week, so call 215.297.5153 so you can enjoy this feast for a good cause.
Want to know when your local farmers market will open? Check out our 2017 Guide to Farmers Markets in Bucks and nearby.
And, for more details on any of our food calendar events, please go to our full calendar, Food Events in Bucks County,or click the “continue reading” link below.
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