Bucks County


Category: Food + Drink

Pairing History with Pints: Core Creek Park and Newtown Brewing Co.

by Jennifer Rogers on April 25, 2021

The sun is shining, the weather is warming, the pints are pouring. Let’s be honest — Mother Nature has been throwing us a few curveballs lately. As soon as we start to enjoy the nice weather, it’s suddenly brisk and below 40 degrees! When the forecast looks perfect for a hike, put on your favorite sneakers and head over to beautiful Core Creek Park in Middletown Township, Bucks County! With…

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Bucks County Wine Trail Brings Back Passport to Bucks

by Bucks County Wine Trail on April 21, 2021

Passport in hand, wine lovers take to the countryside of France and Italy for fine, world-renowned wines. But did you know that visitors can do the same in bucolic Bucks County? A hub, in its own rite, for award-winning wine, scenic views and rolling hills! Beginning June 1 and continuing through August 31, 2021, the Bucks County Wine Trail is beckoning visitors to return for a favorite adventure…

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10 Smoothie, Juice & Vegetarian-Friendly Eateries in Bucks County

by Brittany Brown on April 18, 2021

It’s all too easy to dine like a king or queen while on vacation. Sometimes, balancing a decadent meal or consecutive nights of ice cream is needed! Your body will thank you after grabbing a crisp salad, refreshing green juice, or acai bowl at one of these wellness one-stop-shops found in Bucks County! A Shore Thing Smoothie Co. Feasterville-Trevose A Shore Thing Smoothie Co. was started by…

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Food Truck Finds in Bucks County

by Cora Berke on April 5, 2021

For me, food trucks always conjure up my college days. I can still hear the buzz of truck motors parked along the avenue, offering a quick bite in between classes or a late-night snack. Believe it or not the first food truck dates back to 1691, when New Amsterdam (now New York City) licensed the first street vendors with pushcarts. Now an American staple, food trucks appear at street fairs and…

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5 St. Patrick’s Day Sips Along the Bucks County Ale Trail

by Brittany Brown on March 14, 2021

There’s no better time to explore the Bucks County Ale Trail then around beer’s favorite holiday, St. Patrick’s Day! Numerous breweries even have limited-edition St. Patrick’s Day beers and special events planned just for the occasion. The number of breweries in Bucks County keeps growing and Visit Bucks County has put together the perfect guide to experience them. Simply head to the Bucks County…

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Oh, What a Night! Plan a Dinner Date Night at Parx Casino

by Christina Cordaro on March 8, 2021

Parx Casino in Bensalem is one of the largest and most impressive gaming facilities in the state and it's located right in our backyard! The casino is welcoming the public back with open arms when people feel comfortable enough to win big! With safety operating procedures put into place, Parx is dedicated to offering a safe and enjoyable gaming and entertainment experience. Parx is conveniently…

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7 Restaurants with Heated Outdoor Dining

by Jennie Porter on February 16, 2021

If I am doing the math correctly, since last March I have made approximately 4.986 million meals for my family. Add in snacks for the kids every 5 minutes, and that number shoots well into the billions. Sick of cooking, and in desperate need of a date night, my husband and I decided it was time to get out of the house! Luckily for us, restaurants have gone above and beyond to provide delicious and…

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Romantic Date Night in Newtown: Vecchia Osteria

by Alexandra Lashner on February 12, 2021

Italian food is synonymous with romance (at least in my mind!). The classic Lady and the Tramp spaghetti & meatball scene led me to believe that this cuisine was the most romantic of them all. And with Valentine’s Day upon us, sharing a bowl of warm, comforting pasta with your significant other sounds like the perfect remedy to the cold winter and other stresses of daily life. Look no further…

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Picnic in the Park: La La Lobster at Washington Crossing Historic Park

by Jennifer Rogers on January 29, 2021

We know that winter weather isn’t going anywhere for at least the next few months, but that shouldn’t stop us from exploring the great outdoors and appreciating all of the history that Bucks County has to offer. Grab your favorite to-go or take-out and have a picnic in the park! Yardley, a less-than-10-minute drive from Washington Crossing, is home to numerous restaurants like the Continental…

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10 Farmers Markets to Visit in Bucks County

by Christina Cordaro on January 15, 2021

Bucks County is recognized for its historic towns and main streets, iconic landmarks and scenic farms and landscapes. It is a destination that locals are fortunate to call home. Looking for ways to support local businesses in the community? Many farms in Bucks County have their own markets that you can shop and visit right on site. All of these markets feature a variety of local products…

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