BH TV: Exploring Peddler’s Village for Locals on Carousel Lane

Bucks Happening TV recently visited the businesses of Carousel Lane in Peddler's Village as they hosted a unique open house, inviting the community to re-discover the new family-friendly businesses of the Village that specifically cater to locals. Beyond weekend visits to their memorable festivals and unique boutiques, Peddlers Village is now home to a mix of businesses that locals can take advantage [...]

Delaware Happening TV: A Visit to Hotel Du Village

A 17th century home deeded to the Ely family by William Penn is now one of the region's most in-demand wedding venues. The Hotel Du Village, located just miles from downtown New Hope, is a new venue under management by Landmark Hospitality. The premiere event space and boutique hotel offers a warm comfortable atmosphere - combining modern amenities with charming [...]

7 Must-Sip Spring Cocktails from Steam Pub

What's better than a warm spring breeze blowing through your hair with a cool cocktail in hand? Steam Pub in Southampton is well-known for their inventive line-up of craft cocktails, and this season's creations do not disappoint! Check out some must-sip Spring cocktails at the popular Southampton eatery. Second Street Sling: Cherry Vodka, muddled limes and cherries, lemonade and lemon lime soda [...]

New in town! The Raven Art Hotel to Open Mid-May

By Colleen Morrison Jeffrey Meier Imagine the last hotel you stayed in. Now, imagine the art in that hotel. While most typical hotel art is known for being notoriously bad or completely unforgettable, one man is leading the charge to bring amazing, contemporary, worthwhile art to the forefront of the vacation experience. Jeffrey [...]

Talk of the Town: Playhouse Inn Plans Approved

The Bridge Street Foundation, the organization behind the revitalization of the Bucks County Playhouse and Lambertville Music Hall, recently announced plans for yet another project - a hotel and restaurant called The Playhouse Inn which will be connected to the Playhouse. The New Hope Borough Council approved the necessary conditional use permit at their March [...]


Over the past 14 months the GLNHCC has been marketing and branding our communities with a singular mission in mind: creating 'The Delaware River Towns’ as a unified visitor destination. Photo credit: On Thursday March 10, 2016 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM EST, we're celebrating the official launch party of at [...]

From Grain to Glass: Isaac Newton’s Growing Craft Bourbon Selection

by Elisa Baxt There is great news for Bucks County bourbon lovers! Newtown's Isaac Newton's Restaurant has recently introduced a craft bourbon selection, bringing the budding beverage trend to Bucks County. The recently renovated bar at Isaac Newton's The popular Newtown bar took a cue from their devoted patrons, with bourbon orders having steadily increased [...]

Grand Opening of Proper Brewing Company Tap Room

The Proper Brewing Company in Quakertown The Proper Brewing Company, part of the Quakertown Revitalization Project, will officially open their tap room in Historic Downtown Quakertown on Wednesday, November 25th at 4pm. Cinema Citra This neighborhood brewpub is all about local, promising a commitment to locally sourced ingredients, fresh food from local farms, and [...]

New Catering Menu Released by Down to Earth Café

'Tis the season for holiday parties! Families, friends, and coworkers across the region are gathering for festive events filled with celebration, laughter, and, of course, delicious food. It also happens to be the busiest time of year for most families- full of long shopping lists, year-end deadlines, and jam-packed social calendars. When there just isn't enough time [...]

Grand Opening of Noah’s Playground in Newtown

Noah Cohen On Saturday, November 14th, from 11am to 2pm there will be a ribbon cutting for the opening of “Noah’s Playground” in Newtown, PA, which will honor 2-month-old Noah Cohen, who passed away from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) in 2010. Parents Natalie and Jason Cohen raised over $55,000 in five years [...]