Several new businesses have opened their doors during the early months of 2018. See what’s new and spread the word.
DeLorenzo’s Tomato Pies
1707 Yardley Langhorne Rd., Yardley,PA 19067
The famous DeLorenzo’s of Robbinsville, NJ has opened a new location in Yardley. Expect the same great pizza available for take-out or dine in. The spot is open for lunch and dinner, Tuesday through Sunday.
2 Pond Street, Bristol, PA 19007
Chuck’s is a take-out only spot featuring Texas-style barbecue favorites like brisket, pulled pork, racks of ribs, chicken and a host of sides to round out the meal. Chuck’s is also available for catering. Open Tuesday through Sunday with free parking in the lot across the street.
Rocco’s at the Brick
1 East Washington Ave., Newtown, PA 18954
Billed as the “quintessential American Steakhouse with a modern twist,” Rocco’s is serving guests in the former Brick Hotel. The elegant décor is host to a variety of seafood and steak dishes, artisan sides, hand-crafted cocktails, wine and whiskey. Reservations are available for lunch and dinner daily as well as for private events and parties.
“Meat” in the middle for date night this weekend with our 44 oz. Porterhouse for Two. New York Strip for him, filet mignon for her. Reservations via OpenTable. #phillyfoodscene #phillyfoodie #phillyfoodies #visitphilly #visitbuckscounty #buckscounty #buckscountypa #buckscountyeats #buckscountymoment #buckscountyfood #buckscountyfoodie #newtown #newtownpa #eaterphilly #steak #porterhouse #foodporn
Café at the Mill
1 South Main St., Sellersville, PA 18960
Located in the historic and recently renovated Bucks Mill in Sellersville, Café at the Mill serves up breakfast and lunch with both indoor and outdoor seating. The café is a sister business to the Dam Good Café in Dublin run by owners Shane and Staci Dam.
TerraVida Holistic Center
64 N. Main St. Sellersville, PA 18960
TerraVida opened its doors as one of only 11 dispensaries approved by the state of Pennsylvania to dispense medical marijuana to patients. The drug is approved for use by those suffering from among 17 medical conditions including MS, cancer, chronic pain from neuropothy, autism, and ALS. Those seeking to purchase merchandise must have an active medical marijuana card issued by the state. For information on obtaining a card, visit the state website here.
Appointments are highly recommended to avoid a long wait, as patients receive individual consultations with a pharmacist prior to receiving any merchandise. The location has on-site security as well as 24-hour security surveillance. The company also plans to open two additional locations in Malvern and Abington within the coming months.