Holy ‘Que Smokehouse To Open New Doylestown Location
BBQ / Bucks County / Doylestown PA

Holy ‘Que Smokehouse To Open New Doylestown Location

Holy ‘Que Smokehouse, the acclaimed Bucks County BYOB serving authentic Texas-style barbecue, is opening a second location at Main Street Marketplace, adjacent to cocktail bar Hop/Scotch, in historic Doylestown, PA on Saturday, July 9. Fans of the reknowned BBQ joint can visit this new “permanent pop-up” on Saturdays and Sundays during the summer months, boasting a rotating menu of sandwiches and … Continue reading

Happy 10th Birthday Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company!
Breweries / Bucks County / Events

Happy 10th Birthday Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company!

For 10 years, Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company has been pairing great beer with food, music and entertainment. To celebrate their 10th, the brewery is hosting a celebration at its Croydon, PA facility on Saturday, June 11th from 12-7PM complete with live music. Bands will begin at 1PM. The free lineup of punk rock favorites includes Screaming Females, Iron Chic, Wild Pink, Big Nothing, … Continue reading

Calming Treats Making Summer Perfect For Precious Pets
Bucks County / Farms

Calming Treats Making Summer Perfect For Precious Pets

Stephenie Harris grew up on a Bucks County farm caring for horses and the usual collection of barnyard animals. “When you grow up on a farm, dealing with animals is such a routine occurrence that you get really good at understanding and to some extent communicating with them,” says Stephenie Harris who gave up the NYC … Continue reading

Solstice in Newtown is Permanently Closed
Bucks County / Closings / Newtown PA

Solstice in Newtown is Permanently Closed

Solstice in Newtown announced today on its Facebook page that it is closing after two years. I’ve written about Solstice a couple of times, but never did find an opportunity to check it out. The new American restaurant with a seasonal menu opened with much fanfare just before the pandemic, but likely didn’t realize its … Continue reading

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company Wins Gold at World Beer Cup Competition
Beer / Breweries / Bucks County

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company Wins Gold at World Beer Cup Competition

Pennsylvania is now home to the best International Lager. Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company (Neshaminy Creek) was awarded Gold for its Warehouse Lager on Thursday, May 5 at the 2022 World Beer Cup, a global beer competition that evaluates beers from around the world and recognizes the most outstanding brewers and their beers, by the Brewers Association. … Continue reading

The Borscht Belt Announces Second Location to Open in Newtown, PA
Bucks County / Jewish Deli

The Borscht Belt Announces Second Location to Open in Newtown, PA

The Borscht Belt opened its first location a year ago across the bridge in Stockton, NJ. Today, it was announced on Instagram they will open a second location on the PA side in Newtown, PA this summer. They commented that it will be located within the Village at Newtown, near the Newtown Farmers Market. The … Continue reading

Now Open: Tranquility Brewing at The Fuge in Warminster
Breweries / Bucks County / Warminster

Now Open: Tranquility Brewing at The Fuge in Warminster

Tranquility Brewing is a new brewpub at The Fuge, a large event venue in Warminster, Bucks County. It will feature an extensive pub grub menu (apps, pizza, burgers, sandwiches, etc.) and house-brewed beer starting April 23. Until then, they are pouring brews from Free Will Brewing Co. The Fuge is an 11,000 square foot concrete … Continue reading

Neshaminy Creek says ‘Aloha’ to New IPA with Luau Party 
Beer / Bucks County / Events

Neshaminy Creek says ‘Aloha’ to New IPA with Luau Party 

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company announces the newest addition to the Shape of Haze series – Aloha Shape of Haze to Come, a Double Dry-Hopped Hazy Imperial India Pale Ale with passionfruit, orange, and guava inspired by Hawaiian POG juice. This double dry-hopped behemoth starts with a base of white wheat, flaked oats, and flaked wheat. The … Continue reading

Moku-Bowls in Peddler’s Village Adds New Dumpling Options
Bucks County

Moku-Bowls in Peddler’s Village Adds New Dumpling Options

Moku-Bowls in Peddler’s Village (Bucks County) is adding new housemade dumpling options to the menu in addition to the already popular poke bowls, acai bowls, granola bowls, and more. “As with most restaurants, COVID had a significant negative impact on our business,” owner Deidre Cibelli explained. “We have a very loyal local customer base that … Continue reading

New York Steamfitter Trades Big Apple for Bucks County, PA, Launches Salt & Spice Company
Bucks County / Food Products / Food Startups

New York Steamfitter Trades Big Apple for Bucks County, PA, Launches Salt & Spice Company

Black-Owned American Spice Company Launched During the Pandemic While the coronavirus forced many businesses to shutter their doors permanently, Marcus Davis, an enterprising steamfitter living in NYC, traded the big city for greener pastures in Bucks County, PA, and took a leap of faith to launch his life-long dream of entrepreneurship during the height of … Continue reading