Food & Drink

Your Bucks County CSA Guide

Your Bucks County CSA Guide

by Lauren Rooney It’s no surprise to anyone that eating fresh produce from a local garden is a healthier option than getting it from the grocery store. Even First Lady, Michelle Obama, encourages healthy eating with her “Let’s Move!” campaign and the White House garden, which she started when her husband took office. So it’s […]

The Ultimate Little Girls’ Tea Party

The Ultimate Little Girls’ Tea Party

Warminster’s historic Craven Hall will host a special Little Girls’ Tea for ages 4 to 12 on Saturday, April 5th, from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.  Their favorite dolls are also invited! Cookies, cupcakes, pastries, finger sandwiches — no fingers were harmed during the making of these sandwiches– and, of course, tea (of the iced […]

Miss Money Funny: Cheap Meals for the Busy Working Type

Miss Money Funny: Cheap Meals for the Busy Working Type

by Alyson M. Komyanek Last month, I told you how I purchased my first house, but saving up for the downpayment was only the beginning. With mortgage payments on my mind, I’m sharing my favorite budget friendly cooking secrets. Check out 4 of my favorite simple and cheap meals: Sausage, Peppers and Onions I like this […]

Cheers to Beer: Local Festivals Celebrate Craft Breweries

Cheers to Beer: Local Festivals Celebrate Craft Breweries

Throughout Bucks County, various beer festivals will be a chance to welcome spring and enjoy the outdoors. From Yardley to Quakertown, local beer and microbreweries will be celebrated at beer festivals in April, May and June. Spend a day with friends tasting beers from dozens of breweries at these local events: McCoole’s Beer Festival McCoole’s […]

What’s Old is New Again: New Owners Reinventing Historic Doylestown Inn

What’s Old is New Again: New Owners Reinventing Historic Doylestown Inn

By Kara Seymour Love letters come in different forms. Five Bucks County business partners are penning their love letter to Doylestown in the form of a restaurant. The team is turning the historic Doylestown Inn on West State Street into a two-level bistro called The Hattery Stove & Still. Todd McCarty and his partners purchased […]

Go Green! Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Bucks County

Go Green! Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Bucks County

It’s almost St. Patrick’s Day 2014 and there are plenty of ways to celebrate in Bucks County. From live music to dinner specials and even a 5K, here are some events happening in the area to celebrate the Irish holiday: Bucks County St. Patrick’s Day Parade The 26th annual Bucks County St. Patrick’s Day Parade […]

‘Huge Party’ Planned to Celebrate Food Co-op Opening

‘Huge Party’ Planned to Celebrate Food Co-op Opening

By Kara Seymour It’s a party to celebrate local food and you’re invited. The Doylestown Food Co-op’s grand opening celebration is Saturday, March 22 and will feature samples, a discussion on farm preservation, a chance to meet local farmers and raffles. The shop, which had a soft opening in January, sells a variety of locally-produced […]

Chef Genevieve DiFilippo and Partner Karen Bryant Unload Hand-Made Tables of Reclaimed Wood With The Challenge Program Students

Bucks County’s Genevieve’s Kitchen Partners with The Challenge Program

Inspired by a recent visit to a Philadelphia restaurant, Chef Genevieve DiFilippo, owner of Genevieve’s Panini Shop, located on East State Street in Doylestown partnered with Wilmington, Delaware non-profit The Challenge Program to construct custom tables using reclaimed wood. The tables will be for her new restaurant, Genevieve’s Kitchen, set to launch in early 2014. […]

The 2014 Happening List Red Carpet Bash

The 2014 Happening List Red Carpet Bash

Since January, record-breaking participation has made the 2014 Bucks Happening List the biggest people’s choice voting contest to ever hit Bucks County.  Thousands of amazing local people, places, events, and businesses were nominated across 11 comprehensive categories ranging from “Food & Drink” to “Home Improvement” to “Everything Bucks.” While voting closes on February 28, 2014, […]

Fun in Philly: The 14th Annual Red Ball

Fun in Philly: The 14th Annual Red Ball

One of Philadelphia’s most anticipated events of the year is just around the corner. That’s right, the countdown to the 14th annual Red Ball has begun. More than 1,100 of Philadelphia’s social, civic, and business leaders are expected to attend this “red-tie” event in honor of American Red Cross Southeastern Pennsylvania on March 8th at the […]

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company Tap Takeover at Isaac’s

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company Tap Takeover at Isaac’s

What: Isaac’s will be turning over the taps to the Bucks County’s first production brewery, the Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company Why: Brewer Steve Capelli and Sales Manager Pat Pie from Neshaminy Creek along with Buddy Hadry our Bella Vista Beverage representative will be there as Isaac’s taps a few of NCBC’s most popular portfolio offerings along […]

Dogfish Head Tap Takeover

Dogfish Head Tap Takeover

What: Dogfish Head Craft Brewery Tap Takeover Where: Isaac Newtons, 18 South State Street, Newtown When: Thursday, January 23rd at 7pm Wendy Domurat, the Mid-Atlantic Sales Manager from Dogfish Head, will be on hand as Isaac’s taps a bunch of limited releases including: 60 Minute IPA (6%) 90 Minute IPA (9%) 120 Minute IPA (~18%) Bitches […]

Chicken pot au feu

A Dining Experience Not to Pass Up

“One of the very nicest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to eating.” – Luciano Pavarotti It isn’t often that a dining experience is truly that – an experience – but then again, The Pass in Rosemont isn’t your typical restaurant. […]

Photo of the Week: Wintertime at the Wycombe Vineyards

Photo of the Week: Wintertime at the Wycombe Vineyards

A little snow doesn’t get in the way of the talented family behind Wycombe Vineyards! Can you spot the owner working on the vineyards in the above photo? Over the weekend of December 22nd & 23rd, Wycombe is releasing their special holiday wine, Everything Nice, as well as festive White Chambourcin and Pinot Grigio bottles.