Bucks County

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Author: Christina Cordaro

Christina Cordaro grew up in Bucks County and recently moved to Morrisville. She is honored to be back home in a place she takes most pride in. Christina is a graduate of Johnson & Wales University and works full-time in Hospitality Management. When not working, she enjoys being a big foodie, history buff and concert-goer with her husband, Justin. Christina loves being able to explore in her own backyard of historic towns, arts and culture and dining that Bucks County has to offer!

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Top Hidden Gems in Bucks County

by Christina Cordaro on January 26, 2024

Bucks County is a true travel destination with its miles of landscape, historical landmarks, small town shopping, beautiful state parks, and an extensive art scene, just to name a few. Whether you are traveling from a distance, Philadelphia and South Jersey are only a short drive and New York is only 75 miles away. Or if you are local, there is always something to do, or somewhere new to explore…

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Brewery Spotlight: Naked Brewing Company and Cheese Dawgs

by Christina Cordaro on September 15, 2023

Out of the 26 breweries that make up the Bucks County Ale Trail, Naked Brewing Company gives beer enthusiasts two locations to check-out and enjoy- the original located in Huntingdon Valley and their second taproom, located in the historic Bristol Borough. I recently went to the Bristol brewery, and this charming ale trail stop is definitely one to cross off the list! This brewery offers diverse…

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New in Town! Fame: Good Eats Opens in Morrisville

by Christina Cordaro on May 26, 2023

Morrisville is a small, but mighty town. Being the oldest borough in Bucks County, the tight-knit community of Morrisville takes a lot of pride in their local businesses, restaurants, parks, schools, etc. If you've been to the Delaware town, Morrisville, you know there are a lot of neighborhood eateries that are awarded for their uniqueness, quality, and characteristics that make up a portion of…

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Restaurant Spotlight: Itri Wood Fired In Bristol Borough

by Christina Cordaro on May 5, 2023

Bristol Borough is Bucks County’s oldest town, dating back from 1682. The riverside borough proudly celebrates and preserves its rich historical legacy. The homes and buildings in this quaint town, paint the perfect picture of its past through its architecture. The architecture consists of structures that were built before the Revolutionary War, waterfront mansions, industrial worker housing of…

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"Sunday Funday" at Crossing Vineyards and Winery

by Christina Cordaro on February 24, 2023

Bucks County is a destination that is enriched in history, culture, and local heritage. One of our area's keynotes is the food and beverage scene. Included in that is the Bucks County Wine and Art Trail. Consisting of seven different wineries, the Wine and Art Trail is the perfect getaway whether you are planning a romantic vacation, a girl's trip or a "Sunday Funday". Each of the seven wineries…

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Soul D'Lysh: Celebrate This Black Owned Business For African American History Month

by Christina Cordaro on January 27, 2023

Have you ever left a restaurant experiencing an emotional connection to the food, culture, and owner? Newly opened, Soul D'Lysh in Quakertown, provides a sense of comfort, pride, and joy that will make you want to return again and again. Owners, Alysha Holmes and her husband, Keith Morris, opened this black-owned, soul food restaurant back in April 2022. Alysha began her career in the medical…

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Home for the Holidays? Spend the Day in Doylestown!

by Christina Cordaro on November 10, 2022

Coming home for the holiday season and looking for something to do with friends or family? Spend the day in Doylestown and check out the new exhibit at the Michener Art Museum, Walk This Way: Footwear from the Stuart Weitzman of Historic Shoes, before walking on over to lunch at the new, Las Frida's Mexican restaurant! I recently had the chance to do both with my mom, and we had a fun Saturday…

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How to Spend an Autumn Day in Morrisville & Bristol

by Christina Cordaro on October 5, 2022

Falls Township is an area full of great history. Some of the oldest boroughs of Bucks County make up this township, including Morrisville and Bristol. Both are enriched with a small town feel and old-school charm. The fall season is such a beautiful time of year to visit these two towns. With the leaves changing colors and the crisp autumn air beginning, Morrisville and Bristol make the perfect…

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Bucks County Summer Concert Line-up: 15+ Places to Catch Live Entertainment

by Christina Cordaro on July 5, 2022

Bucks County is the perfect backdrop for the summer season! With all the art and culture our historic towns have to offer, there are many beautiful sights and sounds to hear during the warm months! 1. Bristol Riverside Theatre Bristol After having success from the first annual William Penn Bank Summer Music Fest, the event is taking place again this year throughout the months of July to…

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Pour Thee a Cup of Coffee at Old Village Roastery

by Christina Cordaro on June 13, 2022

We swear the aroma of fresh roasted coffee at Old Village Roastery will lure you in from a mile away while walking the sidewalks of Peddler’s Village in Lahaska! Once you enter the bright orange building, you are now transported to medieval times with blacksmith background music, Renaissance attire and an outdoor market feel. This "new world" will leave you with a unique coffee experience like no…

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