Soothing Soups & Sizzling Stews
Winter means cold, but the season also brings food that fills one with warmth. The hearty broth, the intoxicating sight and that oh so satisfying sizzle meld seamlessly. As the cold weather settles into the area people have begun looking for ways to best keep warm, and “comfort” foods work to fill the bill. Beef Stew and French Onion Soup come to mind, as do timeless classics like Sheppard’s Pie, and even Grilled Cheese with Tomato Soup!
- Pineville Tavern
- Butternut Squash Soup
With an average winter temperature of 33 degrees, the word, freezing, too often rolls off the tongue, but Bucks County has you covered. With plenty of places to share the warmth, everyone is welcome and there’s more than enough for all.
Bagelocity & The Soup King Café
You can’t go wrong with the Soup King! Their wide variety of soothing soups includes flavors like Broccoli & Cheese, Potato & Ham, Matzo Ball, even Cheese Steak!
Duck Soup Café
Locals love this hidden gem just outside the hustle and bustle of New Hope’s main strip. It is small and intimate, and its quaint décor makes it feel like mom’s house. Of course, you have to try the Duck Soup at this cash-only café!
Isaac Newton’s boasts a considerable menu filled with your favorite comfort foods like Sheppard’s Pie, Baked Onion Soup and more! They also have a gluten-free menu great for pleasing any palate. Stop by the bar for a beer or one of their many cocktails that are destined to warm your soul.
There is little argument that Upper Bucks County can tantalize the mind with shopping and gastronomy alike. McCoole's satisfies even the most indecisive of winter eaters. The Red Lion Inn’s lineage goes all the way back to 1750, and now, the restaurant runs as a GMO-free institution. Known for their soups, comfort foods and daily specials, there’s something to feed even the pickiest of eaters and drinkers.
Living up to their namesake, this lunchtime hot spot provides soothing soups all winter long. From Split Pea to Lobster Bisque, they are sure to have something that satisfies your cravings.
This cozy tavern was built in 1742, its front porch once a central gathering place for selling land and livestock. Today, locals love to stop in and slurp up their famous Snapper Soup that has been taste tested by Guy Fieri on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives!
There are lots of homemade soups and stews options at this upscale restaurant that doubles as a wedding venue. Try the Manhattan Clam Chowder, Clam Stew, Oyster Stew, or even the House Bisque
Sit back and relax at this upscale pub with a hometown feel. Homemade soups like their Seasonal Boule of Chile and savory Crab Asparagus Soup pair nicely with their Quakertown Sling cocktail!