Bucks County


Category: Food + Drink

Lip-Smacking La La Lobster in Yardley, PA

by Heather McGurrin on March 31, 2023

If you are looking for a fun-filled adventure, head on over to Yardley Borough to stroll along the scenic Delaware Canal or visit the beautiful Lake Afton where many come to fish, paint, read, enjoy the wildlife, ice skate, or just sit and relax. What’s great about the small town of Yardley, Pennsylvania, is that not only is it historical in nature, dating back to the 1800’s, but it is also…

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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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Van Lieus Brewing Company Joins the Bucks County Ale Trail

by Jennifer Rogers Burns on January 13, 2023

There’s a new brewery in Bucks County serving up thirst-quenching pints in the heart of Perkasie Borough – Van Lieus Brewing Company! Located at 211 West Walnut Street, Van Lieus Brewing Company, or VLBC, offers a variety of high-quality craft beer in a great atmosphere (with plenty of outdoor seating for those warm, sunny days!). Whether you’re craving a tropical West Coast IPA or a crisp blonde…

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A Look Into Ashlynn Distillery On The Canal

by Heather McGurrin on January 6, 2023

If you are looking for something interesting and new, head on over to Ashlynn Distillery located in Morrisville. You will be surprised when you walk in and see the atmosphere of the bar with its 75-year-old reclaimed barn wood, accented with glowing honeycomb-style shelves lined with Ashlynn’s bottles. What’s great about this small town in Pennsylvania, is that not only is it historical in…

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Mystic Ways Brewing, a "Magical" Experience in Bucks County

by Jennifer Rogers Burns on December 9, 2022

If you’re in search of a unique craft beer experience here in Bucks County, then look no further than Mystic Ways Brewing! Located in Perkasie, Mystic Ways Brewing opened in August of this year and has quickly become a fan favorite on the Bucks County Ale Trail. Between their hazy IPAs and glowing taproom (yes, it really glows!), this brewery should be on your must-visit list this winter – you…

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Pizza, Pints, and Everything Nice at Langhorne Brewing Company

by Jennifer Rogers Burns on November 14, 2022

There’s one thing we can all agree on: pizza and beer are always the perfect combination, and you can find both, plus so much more, at Langhorne Brewing Company! From crisp lagers and dark stouts, to square pizza, sandwiches, and now, a fantastic deli practically next door, Langhorne Brewing is the place to grab a bite and order a pint on the Bucks County Ale Trail. One of my favorite spots for…

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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 Complete the Bucks County Wine & Art Trail

by Niki Leone on October 26, 2022

With the recent launch of the Bucks County Wine & Art Trail, I took some time to explore the vineyards of Bucks County and work on completing my own digital passport… Over the course of one Saturday, some friends and I visited Crossing Vineyards & Winery near Washington’s Crossing, Buckingham Valley Vineyards & Winery in Buckingham and Rose Bank Winery in Newtown. Now through next summer, local…

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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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