Dining & Food


  • Erini Restaurant


    Erini Restaurant

    You know you’re in for a treat when you pull into Erini’s parking lot, bordered by blazingly colorful perennials. You’re greeted by a grinning scarecrow and a smiling “parkologist” (yep—it’s stitched across his T-shirt), who parks your car... Read more

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  • The Forager


    Say Cheese!

    At her shop, The Forager, Dana Pezza prides herself in carrying handcrafted, artisanal cheeses from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, New York, Vermont, California, Wisconsin and Italy... Read more

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  • The Narrows


    The Narrows

    The first thing you’ll notice about The Narrows, the charming restaurant located at the narrowest stretch of the Delaware River in Upper Black Eddy, is an abundance of enthusiasm. The warm greeting you receive at the hostess station... Read more

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  • Lambertville Station

    Lambertville Station

    For over 30 years, the award-winning fine-dining Lambertville Station Restaurant has been a beloved dining spot. Nestled in a lovingly restored 19th-century train station by the Delaware River, Dine al fresco on the lush terrace or unwind with... Read more

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  • Pray & Chef Guru

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    Falling for Guru’s

    Proceeds from Seasonal Menu to Benefit Bucks County’s Happy Tails Rescue Retirement Home for Dogs .... Read more

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    The Borscht Belt

    Blessed with peerless curiosity, selfless resourcefulness, and an infectious zest for life, celebrity chef Nick Liberato has now trained his uncanny culinary sense on The Borscht Belt. No, not the now moribund Jewish summer resorts in the ... Read more

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  • Chef Ashni Kumar Guru

    Lovin' Naan

    Bread—It’s one of man’s earliest known baked flour foods and dates to prehistoric times. It’s also the first word my daughter learned to say, having been given a thick slice of Ukrainian Easter bread by my sister Marilyn. Studded with sweet ... Read more

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  • La Villa


    La Villa Pizza & Family Restaurant

    No one has ever said that all Italian restaurants—even those that specialize in pizzas—are all the same. Each one has its own identity. Each one has its own source of pride. And each one can boast of something that sets it apart from the rest... Read more

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  • Restaurants w/Taste

    Springtown Inn

    On a spring-like Friday evening at the end of December, the Springtown Inn was bursting with laughter. Couples celebrating a birthday were taking photos in front of the twin fireplaces in the main dining room. Other patrons marveled at the ... Read more

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  • Omiza


    Omiza Restaurant

    Ever since its quiet opening during the pandemic two years ago, Omiza has been steadily building a sizeable, loyal clientele. Because of the understandable downturn in the restaurant industry, it hasn’t been easy. But through patience, hard ... Read more

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  • La La Lobster


    La La Lobster

    If you think you can only find great lobster rolls in New England, I have good news. La La Lobster in Yardley is serving lobster rolls so fresh and sweet they rival the best found at lobster shacks dotting New England’s coastline. One taste is ... Read more

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    Wine Tasting

    During these summer months my wife and I love to drive to the wineries in Bucks County and its surrounding areas. We like to go to sample various wines, often ones we’ve never tried. Buck County’s vineyards are exceptional because of the grapes... Read more

  • Hamish Christall

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    Savoring Each Mouthful

    If you’re looking for BowlFace’s addictive Gazpacho soup this winter, you’ll have to wait till next summer when the tomatoes and basil that chef/owner Hamish Christall uses are in season and at their peak flavor. I know. I share your pain. But ... Read more

  • Wholly Crepe


    Wholly Crepe!

    “Perfectly imperfect” is how Eric Wieczorek, owner of Wholly Crepe! describes his creations. When pushed to explain, he says, “Every crepe is made by hand. Every crepe rolled and filled by hand.” And “by hand” he means himself—and he alone... Read more

  • Different Abilities


    Different Abilities Bakery

    Bucks County is known for its many attractions. High on the list are its destination-worthy bakeries. They not only get us going in the morning with their freshly brewed coffees and tantalizing scones and muffins, but they also sweeten our day... Read more

  • Adel Bensalem


    Middle Eastern Delights

    O.K, so you use salt and pepper when cooking—and hopefully, extra virgin olive oil. Perhaps you’ve even been seasoning some of your dishes with cumin, coriander, pimentón or ginger and feeling savvy about spices. But have you tried sumac? Zaartar?... Read more

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    Saucy Goodies

    Since age eight Arlene Hayden has cooked and baked, and she offers her homemade canned foods, baked goods and her amazing sauce at Goodies at the Doylestown Farmers’ Market... Read more

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    Wrapped Flavor

    Ask Julius Facenda about comfort food and he’ll tell you the best ones come in small packages. Like little presents, each of his comes wrapped in its own handcrafted covering. To be more precise, Julius’ wrappings are deliciously edible. He blends... Read more