Bucks County
Rocco’s at the Brick

Top 10 Bucks County Date Spots

Home to fine restaurants, an amazing arts scene and exciting nightlife, Bucks County is the perfect destination for a romantic getaway. Catch a performance at a historic theater, cozy up with a bottle of wine or place your bets at the casino. 

See a play at the Bucks County Playhouse

  • Bucks County Playhouse

Enjoy an evening at "America's Most Famous Summer Theater," the Bucks County Playhouse, in New Hope! Legends like Grace Kelly and Robert Redford have performed on the Playhouse stage in its over 75-year history. Before the show, enjoy the Mediterranean cuisine of the Logan Inn. Show your Playhouse ticket and receive a complimentary glass of "sparkling wine" with your dinner.

Sip wine along the Bucks County Wine Trail

  • Crossing Vineyards & Winery

Crossing Vineyards & Winery offers special evening events like food and wine pairing classes and live music select Friday nights throughout the year. New Hope Winery brings in great touring musicians and performers from around the country for shows throughout the year. There are many wineries along the Wine Trail that offer fun events and wine tastings!

Listen to a musical in Bristol

  • Jesus Christ Superstar

The Bristol Riverside Theatre is a great way to spend an evening with your favorite guy or gal. The theatre offers nearly 250 performances a year, including five mainstage productions, a summer musical series and numerous special events. After the show, visit a nearby brewery, like Odd Logic Brewing Co. or Broken Goblet Brewing Co., along the Bucks County Ale Trail.

Unwind at a historic restaurant

  • Rocco’s at the Brick

Head out for a fancy dinner at the restaurant at the Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm where you’ll feast on award-winning dishes. Or try Rocco’s at the Brick in Newtown, a delectable, top-notch steakhouse. Check In to one of the many unique and historic bed & breakfasts in Bucks County!

Spend a romantic evening in New Hope

  • Celt Iberia Traders

The town's Main Street is lined with unique, independently owned shops and boutiques, like Heart of the Home where you can browse the work of more than 300 artisans. After your shopping is finished, enjoy fine dining at Marsha Brown. Set in a renovated stone church, Marsha Brown serves Creole classics inspired by its namesake's childhood in New Orleans. Extend your visit with a night at one of the romantic bed & breakfast inns that line Main Street or located nearby along the scenic Delaware River.

Spend an evening in Sellersville with dinner and a concert

  • Sellersville Theater

The Washington House offers seasonal fine dining entrees in a casual atmosphere. After dinner, head next door to the historic Sellersville Theater. Built as a stable in 1894, the Theater brings some of the best musical acts from around the world to this intimate venue.

Try your luck at Parx Casino®

  • Slot Machines at Parx Casino

Parx Casino® offers more than 3,000 slot machines, 100 table games, 60-table poker room and the Xcite Center where you’ll find the hottest entertainment and comedy shows in town. Grab dinner at one of Parx's fine restaurants, like Chickie's and Pete's, home of the world-famous Crabfries or the Liberty Bell Gastropub.

Plan a picnic in a park of stay overnight in a rustic cabin

  • Picnic at Lake Nockamixon

Nockamixon State Park offers 10 log cabins for rent year-round, with just a two-night minimum stay in fall, winter and spring. Grab a bottle of Bucks County wine and snuggle up beside the fire pit for a romantic evening in nature.

Catch a movie at the historic County Theater

  • County Theater

This art-deco theater in Doylestown dates to the late 1930s and specializes in art, foreign and independent films. Before the show, be sure to enjoy a meal at one of the fine establishments in Doylestown's downtown dining district.

Stroll the cobblestone streets of an 18th century inspired shopping village

  • Peddler's Village

Take a break from browsing Peddler's Village specialty stores and boutiques for a delicious farm-to-table dinner at Earl's New American. Pick up dessert from a spot on the Sweet Spots Trail, then retreat to your room at the luxurious Golden Plough Inn.