Bucks County

Bucks County Restaurant Weeks 

Save your appetite for Restaurant Weeks in Bucks County! Several Bucks County towns are hosting a Restaurant Week to showcase the finest dining spots and talented chefs. Enjoy a prix fixe menu at a special rate. Are you hungry yet?

Fall 2016

Northampton Township Parks & Recreation and local restaurants are putting together the town’s first ever Restaurant Week, “A Taste of Northampton,” October 16-29! For two weeks, local restaurants will offer special menu pricing, prix fixe lunch and/or dinner or promotional pricing. Restaurants in Holland and Churchville will be featured from October 16-22 and Richboro and Ivyland dining spots will be highlighted from October 23-29. Enjoy everything from farm fresh to gourmet cuisine to satisfy any palate! Diners can choose from the new Jake’s Pub, Dom’s Lounge, 59 Almshouse Grill, El Barrio, Spring Mill, The Churchville Inn, Uva, Taormina’s, Tony’s Place, Jersey’s Tomato Pie Bistro and Guiseppe’s. Call ahead for reserved seating!

Newtown Borough is celebrating Newtown Restaurant Week 2016 from October 23-27! The borough has a variety of foods ranging from the best burger and beer to everything in between. Enjoy $10 lunches at Becky’s Café and Florentino’s or $25-35 dinner also at Florentino’s. Mom-Mom’s Pizza, World of Falafel, Café Con Leche, the Brick Hotel and the Temperance House are also participating. Contact individual restaurants for reservations.

While you're in town enjoying fine cuisine, don't forget to book a stay at one of Bucks County's charming and cozy places to stay

Spring 2016

Bristol Borough is having its first ever Restaurant Week! Several restaurants will serve up special deals from March 3-10. Be part of Bristol's unique history, when you dine at The Historic King George II Inn, which was established in 1681! After your meal, pop into Calm Waters Coffee Roasters for a cup of coffee and a yummy baked treat. Then, take a relaxing stroll along the waterfront of the Delaware River and discover the beauty of the borough.

Check out the restaurant scene in New Hope, Lambertville and more during the Delaware River Towns 2016 Restaurant Week from March 20-24! Participating restaurants are offering prix fixe menus ranging from $20-$35. From Creole and Mediterranean to French and New American, you can find any meal to satisfy your tastes! Try Marsha Brown, located in a 125-year-old church in New Hope. This Creole kitchen offers delicious eats such as Jambalaya and Catfish. Enjoy a New American meal and stay overnight at the Logan Inn Bed & Breakfast in New Hope. On the other side of the river, make a stop at the Lambertville Station. This 19th century train station turned restaurant features tempting Crab Cakes and Short Ribs. The history doesn't end there! Head to the historic Lambertville House Hotel for French-inspired cuisine. This quaint hotel, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is the ultimate luxurious overnight destination in Lambertville.

Celebrate the 3rd Annual Lahaska Restaurant Week from March 20 through March 26! Special $30 prix fixe menus will be offered at participating restaurants throughout the week. Head to Caleb's American Kitchen for a twist on American cuisine with dishes such as Carrot Ginger Soup and Lamb Shank. Dine at Villaggio Italian Restaurant for traditional Italian dishes like Penne alla Vodka and Chicken Parmigiana. End your meal with homemade Tiramisu or Limoncello Marscarpone Cake. Enjoy a steakhouse experience without the steakhouse price tag at Porterhouse Restaurant & Pub. Feast on Strip Steak Scampi or Roasted Prime Rib and finish with delicious Bread Pudding or Chocolate Mousse. Peddler's Village has extended Lahaska Restaurant Week through Saturday, March 26 at both the Buttonwood Grill and Cock n' Bull Restaurant. If you're more in the mood for brunch, The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm has got you covered! They have both sweet and savory selections including Apple Cinnamon Pancakes and Eggs Benedict.