Bucks County


Category: Food + Drink

Sweet Summertime Picking at Styer Orchard

by Heather McGurrin on August 29, 2022

If you are looking for something fun, active, and refreshing to do outdoors before the summer is over, you will find everything you need at Bucks County’s Styer Orchard in Langhorne. It’s hard to believe that in 1910, the initial 52 acres of land on the intersection of Langhorne-Yardley and Woodbourne Roads was purchased by a gentleman named T. Walter “Pop” Styer. That’s more than one hundred…

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Dine Outdoors All Year Long in “The Garden” at The Pineville Tavern

by Niki Leone on August 29, 2022

I have been going to The Pineville Tavern since I was a teenager. Like many Bucks County locals, it was a staple spot for my family and friends and it was an establishment that never disappointed and always delivered. The addition of their new 80-seat greenhouse labeled as, “The Garden,” is chic, stylish, funky, and downright cool. From the branch-inspired chandeliers, to the wooden tables and…

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Reserve a Private Wine Tasting at Rose Bank Winery!

by Heather McGurrin on August 28, 2022

Want a FUN and relaxing way to spend some time with loved ones this season? Schedule a private wine tasting at the gorgeous Rose Bank Winery, a member of the Bucks County Wine Trail located on Durham Road in Newtown! The location is just north of historic Newtown and is situated on ten acres of lush land. Because the vineyard produces around two dozen varieties of Pennsylvania wines, there is…

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Tranquility Brewing Company Opens with Out-of-this-World Beer & Bites at The Fuge in Warminster

by Jennifer Rogers Burns on July 25, 2022

If you’re looking for the perfect spot to enjoy delicious food and sip crushable, refreshing craft beer, all while visiting one of the most incredible historical landmarks in our area, then look no further than Tranquility Brewing Company – the latest brewery to join the Bucks County Ale Trail. This new brewery opened its doors in April 2022 at The Fuge in Warminster – a spot where space…

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I Scream, You Scream, We all Scream for Bucks County Ice Cream!

by Heather McGurrin on July 11, 2022

Treat your kids, grandparents, your siblings, parents, a date, friend, or YOURSELF to one of summer’s all time favorites: ice cream. Below are 8 of my favorite places to go to in the Lower Bucks County region. With so many places to choose from, you will not be disappointed! Fairless Hills Ice Cream Located on S. Olds Boulevard in Fairless Hills. The ice cream is out of this world. There are so…

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Vault Smokehouse: The BBQ spot to “Meat” Your Friends this Summer

by Niki Leone on June 18, 2022

If you’ve visited Yardley, you’ve probably heard of Vault Brewing Company. It’s a gastropub serving up incredible craft beers and cocktails with a freshly sourced menu, house-made daily. It’s a staple in the borough and people can trust anything owner Jim Cain creates. ENTER: Vault Smokehouse…. Vault Smokehouse feels like a tucked away secret. It’s a slightly hidden location, so the anticipation…

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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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Inside the New Kitchen at Moss Mill Brewing

by Jennifer Rogers Burns on June 6, 2022

Moss Mill Brewing Company, known for its delicious thirst-quenching brews, welcoming atmosphere, and expansive beer garden, recently opened its own in-house kitchen, and let me tell you – the food, prepared by Chef Matt Beck, is fresh, filling, and will leave you craving more the minute you step out the door. I had the pleasure to sit down and chat with Chef Matt about his background in the…

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Papa’s Cupcakes is Filled with Pride in Perkasie

by Cora Berke on May 9, 2022

Have you ever thought about when cupcakes came into existence? The first reference to “a cake to be baked in small cups” can be found in Amelia Simmons book American Cookery printed in 1796. It was not until 1828, that Eliza Leslie named them “cupcakes” in her cookbook Receipts. Centuries later, cupcakes with all their frostings and fillings still reign supreme. In upper Bucks County, John…

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Host Your Next Event at 1675 At The Ridges

by Niki Leone on April 24, 2022

Located on America’s oldest highway, 1675 At The Ridges brings Trevose-Feasterville an incredible indoor/outdoor event space with live music, multiple bars, great food, and a big enough space to throw any party you are looking for! When I first arrived at 1675 At The Ridges, I was blown away by the size of the building. It’s perched up on a small hill located next to a small soccer field, with…

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