The MidAtlantic Wine + Food Festival is in its third year and has picked Peddler’s Village to host some of its events this year. The festival takes place in seven counties in the mid-atlantic region (Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware) over this weekend. Read more about the festival in our post: Welcome to Bucks MidAtlantic Wine + Food Festival.
Bacon, Bourbon, Bubbles – Friday, May 15, 6:30 – 10:30 pm, Buttonwood Grill (Street Road and Route 202), Peddler’s Village, Lahaska, PA
The title alone is enough to make me drool. Four bacon-centric courses, four courses of Bourbon, topped off by sparkling wine. You might want to have a designated driver lined up. Buy your tickets here.
Scrapple + Sparkling Breakfast – Saturday, May 15, 10:30 am – 12 pm, Cock n’ Bull Restaurant, Peddler’s Village, Lahaska, PA
The quintessential mid-atlantic breakfast meat will be given the royal treatment here, dolled up by the festival’s chefs, who have ushered scrapple into the realm of fine dining with variations including buffalo, duck, rattlesnake, goose, antelope and rabbit scrapple, and even a dessert scrapple. Wash it down with sparkling wine from Reichsrat von Buhl. Get tickets here.
Table on the Green – Saturday, May 15, 5:30 – 10:30 pm, Peddler’s Village (in the courtyard), Lahaska, PA
For the first time ever, Peddler’s Village will lay out tables “on the Green,” inviting guests to dine outside in the courtyard in the center of the village. The meal, a collaboration between four chefs, will be five courses, family style, made with freshly farmed ingredients and paired with 10 wines. Winemakers will also be on hand to present and discuss their wines. In the event of rain, the dinner has an alternative indoor location lined up. Buy your tickets right away.
2. Herb & Plant Sale at Tamanend Park
Saturday, May 16 (9 am – 4 pm) & Sunday, May 17 (10 am – 2 pm) at Tamanend Park, 1255 2nd Street Pike, Southampton, PA
The Tamanend Park Herb Gardening Club is having its annual herb sale this weekend. Choose from thousand of plants, including culinary, fragrant, native, shade and dyer’s herbs, some rare and unusual, plus herbal crafts like potpourri, herb gardening books for sale, the herb club cookbook, and baked goods.
3. 14th Annual Community Tea
Saturday, May 16, 12 – 3 pm at Chalfont United Methodist Church, 11 Meadowbrook Lane, Chalfont, PA
Homemade scones, tea sandwiches and delicious sweets will be served at the Chalfont United Methodist Church’s 14th Annual Community Tea. Tickets are $20/person (children under 10 years of age are free). To make reservations call Gail Schnell at 215.855.0953 or email email@example.com.
Saturday, May 16, 1 – 4 pm in the parking lot of the Bucks County Playhouse, 70 South Main Street, New Hope, PA
It’s Pride Week and New Hope is celebrating with lots of fun activities, including the Rock the Block Party, an outdoor party with live music and food that coincides (and shares a space) with New Hope Celebrates’ annual Vendor Fair. The event is family and pet friendly, so bring your kids and your furry friends, buy some cool crafts and art, grab a bite to eat, and listen to the music.
Saturday, May 16, 10 am – 4 pm on the lawn of the Riegelsville Library, 615 Easton Road, Riegelsville, PA
This annual event is a major fundraiser for the historic community library. The fair has everything: a huge book sale, children’s games, pony rides with Pine Top Stables, shopping in the “vendor village,” picnic fare, and entertainment, including noted singer-songwriter Jordan White. They also have a Baker’s Challenge with two categories, brownies and banana bread, which will be judged beginning at 11 am. To enter the contest, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. Sunday Firehouse Breakfasts
We mention firehouse breakfasts nearly every time they happen, and that’s for one simple reason: you really can’t beat them! This weekend there are three: