Things are heating up, and not just outside. No one likes a sticky spring/summer day, but there are always ways to cool off. Sip some margaritas half price this week; try some fresh, summer crab dishes; or take a dip in a pool with a perfect poolside menu to go along with it. Here’s what else you can find in Bucks County this week:
Summer special. For the month of June, enjoy crab fest specials at the Karlton Cafe. Crab specials will be available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Breakfast is served daily from 8 am – 11 am. Try specials like maple-braised peach pancakes (no crab, but still tasty), Crab Cake Benedict, or Alaskan King Crab omelets. Lunch is served Monday through Wednesday from 11 am – 2 pm, Thursday and Friday and Saturday from 11 am – 5 pm. Try a crab cake sandwich for lunch, and for dinner, try their crab cakes that are topped with creole hollandaise. Dinner is served Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 5 pm – 9 pm. Call to reserve a table at 215.538.8353.
Poolside eats! You know it’s summer when the local pools start opening up. The pool at The Raven is now open from 11 am until dusk, and they have a new poolside menu so you can swim and snack. Try shrimp cocktail, gazpacho, crispy calamari, thai lettuce wraps, and other nibbles that are perfect for lounging by the water. The poolside menu is served from 12 – 6 pm daily. Call for reservations at 215.862.2081.
Wednesdays for Women. This week’s Wednesdays for Women, a networking event by Hamilton’s Grill Room, is featuring Maya van Rossum. Rossum is the Delaware Riverkeeper and head of the Delaware Riverkeeper Network. She will be discussing much needed information on how women and community members can save the Delaware River.
Each ‘Wednesdays for Women’ begins at 6:30 pm with a twenty minute presentation on the given subject, followed by a three-course dinner, including coffee or tea.
Fajitas for everyone. Thursdays are now Fajita-Rita-Nights at the Rising Sun Inn. From 5 pm – 10 pm in the tavern and on the deck, sizzling fajitas will be served in a warm tortilla shell with peppers, onions, cheddar cheese, sour cream, and salsa. Yes, the guac is extra, for just $1. You get a choice of chicken, shrimp, or steak for your protein. Margaritas are $5 each. Questions? Call the inn at 215.721.6350.
Philly Beer Week Special. Head to the Wycombe Publick House for a Philly Beer Week special event on Thursday, June 9 from 6 pm – 9 pm. There will be a tapping of Lagunitas The Waldos’ Special Ale. This ale is known as the hoppiest beer ever brewed at Lagunitas.
Tapped. On Thursday, June 9, the Doylestown Food Market will present the film Tapped at the County Theater at 20 East State Street in Doylestown. I’ve actually seen this documentary, and it’s an important film about the impact that bottled water has on our health, community, and the environment.
This special event will also feature a panel following the film. Lifefactory glass water bottles will be available for 20% off. Tickets are $8 for co-op members, and $10 for others. The doors open at 6:30, and the film starts at 7 pm. Tickets can be purchased here, or at the County Theater in Doylestown.
Before the film, stop at Genevieve’s Kitchen, right across the street from the theater. Each dish at this local restaurant is prepared from scratch and from local merchants. The dinner menu is available from 5 pm – 9 pm. Try a salad like the spinach, frizzled prosciutto, pine nuts, shaved pecorino, with balsamic vinaigrette, or share a butcher board of Italian cured meats and cheeses.
Food Truck Thursdays. You don’t have to wait until a Friday or a festival to enjoy a good meal from a food truck. At the Peddler’s Village, Food Truck Thursdays bring the best local food trucks to the village.
On Thursday, June 9, find plenty of food to choose from. We decided to list them all out for you, because why not? Food trucks this Thursday include:
My Four Suns; serving Korean Fusion
Meat Wagon BBQ; serving traditional Southern BBQ meat & sides
Cheezen; serving gourmet grilled cheese
Dos Hermanos Tacos; serving Mexican specialties
Nina’s Waffles and Ice Cream; serving ice cream & waffles
Tower Dogs Food Truck; serving hot dogs, sandwiches, wings and more
The Pizza Wagon Catering Co.; serving wood fired pizza
Surf and Turf; serving lobster rolls, shrimp, salmon, and more
Philly Fry; serving gourmet loaded fries
Empanada Lady; serving gourmet empanadas
Chicken ‘n Cone; serving fork free chicken & waffle
OMG Smoothies; serving real fruit smoothies
Maddalena’s Cheesecake; serving cheesecakes and desserts
Nick’s Roast Beef; serving roast beef, gravy fries, and more
On the radar…
- Brews and bites: Stroll the Pennsbury Manor on June 18 and taste regional craft beers and food, along the 43-acre country estate of William Penn. General admission is $40, and you can purchase online or by phone at 21.946.0400.
- Paris in the Village: Reserve your seat at a series of dining events from June 23 through June 26 at the Peddler’s Village for their Paris in the Village: A French Wine & Food Fest. Enjoy crepes, truffle fries, live entertainment, and wine from all regions of France. There are multiple events going on, so see their website for ticket prices.
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