Dining & Food


Lambertville Station

Gracing a prime parcel of property on the scenic banks of the Delaware, Lambertville Station has been delighting families from Philadelphia to New York, and all points in-between, for nearly forty years. Rising from the metaphoric ashes of the...

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In Italy, there are 55 million grandmothers, and they’re all great chefs!” So says Gennaro Scotto d’Antuono, chef-owner of Non Solo Pasta, a mainstay in Morrisville since 1996. Tell me about it, Gennaro! My own mother was the best cook in the... Read more

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If the Christmas decorations are anywhere as atmospheric as the delightfully spooky Halloween décor, you can expect a most festive site to enjoy your holiday meal or party. Sitting next to the fireplace on a cold winter’s day, you’ll be in the... Read more

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The most recent addition to Newtown’s burgeoning restaurant scene is, in fact, the oldest—at least, in terms of origin. The Grey Stone Fine Food & Spirits, located midway between Washington Crossing and the bustling village of Newtown, dates back.. Read more

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James Beard Award-winning Chef Jose Garces is excited to announce the opening of his latest venture, Stella on June 15, 2019. Located in the heart of historic New Hope, the American small-plate restaurant resides in the newly renovated Ghost Light... Read more

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I never thought I’d find a restaurant that could make gnocchi as tasty as my dear departed nonna’s. But I was wrong Read more

Buckingham Township boasts one of the best international restaurants in the region. Ostensibly Italian, Baci Ristorante & Heart of Oak Pub offers a nice array of authentic Italian delicacies, combined, surprisingly but quite comfortably, with the... Read more

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You don’t have to fly to Italy to find a great Italian meal. Save your euros and drive to Café Antonio instead. Last April the popular Morrisville dining haven won the 2018 Bucks Happening List award, voted in by customers, for “Best Italian... Read more

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For years after its opening in 1939, bucolic, stately Durham Springs established a reputation as the go-to destination for weddings, parties, and special catered affairs. Situated on thirty-three acres of pristine Bucks County woodlands and meadow... Read more

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It should come as no surprise that Chef Russell Lebkuecher, the owner of Kasey’s on the Delaware — like his celebrated ancestor Dr. Benjamin Rush, physician, author, humanitarian, educator, and signer of the Declaration of Independence — is a... Read more

Bet you can’t guess what Eggplant Caponata, Thai BBQ Shrimp, Spicy Tofu Stir Fry, Coq au Vin, and Brazilian BBQ Chicken have in common. Hmm . . . I thought so. These dishes are all available on the first menu of Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar... Read more

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by Frank Quattrone The new kid on the block in Bristol’s blossoming renaissance and dining scene is a cozy little BYOB with a peculiarly descriptive name — Jules@Market – Farm to Table Seafood & Chop House. Jules Soto, the charming owner and... Read more

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Milk House Farm

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This summer visit Milk House Farm Market. Milk House Farm Market is not a certified organic farm, but all produce is grown with organic practices—all crops are planted with certified organic seeds, and all crops except for the sweet corn are spray free. The sweet corn is sprayed with a certified organic spray called PyGanic. Located 1118 Slack Road; Newtown, PA; 215-852-4305; www.milk housefarmmarket.com.

Triple Sun Spirits Company

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What started out as a hobby, grew into a passion that ultimately built a business. Triple Sun Spirits Company is a small batch distillery that emphasizes quality, community, and social responsibility. From our artisanal copper pot stills hand built in Kentucky, our upscale yet relaxed tasting rooms, and our hand-crafted spirits made with locally sourced ingredients; we strive to create balance between traditional craftsmanship and modern sophistication. We focus on producing traditional pot distilled whiskey, bourbon and rum, as well as New World Gin and collaborative spirits that push the boundaries of ultra-premium small batch distillation methods. Every batch we produce is made in our Emmaus PA distillery on our pot stills, with the highest level of attention to detail. No gimmicks, nothing fake, just simple and honest spirits produced without compromise. Come in and visit one of our tasting rooms located in Emmaus or Newtown PA to sample our spirits, enjoy a hand-made cocktail or pick up a bottle to enjoy at home. We also offer locally made beer, wine, cider and mead so there's something for everyone to enjoy. Triple Sun Spirits, 126 South State Street, Newtown, PA; 215-944-3057; www.triplesunspirits.com.

The Ultimate Tomato Pie

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Gino Lenti, owner of La Villa Pizza & Family Restaurant in Morrisville, learned how to cook Southern Italian food as a boy growing up on a farm in the Italian Province of Calabria. His mother taught him how to cook all the traditional foods, including pizza, which was a staple at the Lenti household. La Villa offers delicious veal, seafood, chicken and pasta entrées. The salad menu includes Antipasto Salad, Arugula Salad, Greek Salad and Tuscany Salad. But what really brings the crowds to La Villa is the Chambersburg Tomato Pie. Of course, from its beginning in 1998, Pizza has been a staple at La Villa. However, Gino heard people rave about tomato pies made in the Trenton neighborhood of Chambersburg. These pies were considered the best in area, maybe even in the United States. So in 2005 Gino had a friend take him to Trenton to try a tomato pie. The thin crusted pie was delicious, Gino thought, and he knew he could replicate it. He kept buying them and making them until he had it down to a tee. But as he made them and sampled them, he felt something was missing. Gino decided that he could make a better tomato pie than anything made in Trenton. So he started to improve the pies and the results were astounding. Streams of people came La Villa to eat pizza in, takeout or delivered. Among the improvements that Gino made was the use of an ingredient that Gino’s mother used in her pizza. This ingredient, a family secret, changed the taste very subtly and made Gino’s pies a notch better than anything being made in Trenton. In fact, his pies became so good that people came from outside the area, willing to travel way out of their way, to have a tomato pie at La Villa. When making his pies, Gino uses only the finest ingredients. Even when cheese went sky high for a season, Gino did not skimp. And for those who like their pies topped with sausage, Gino makes his own sausage. The square Trenton Tomato Pies are made in square pans imported from Calabria. La Villa Pizza & Family Restaurant is located at 21 S Pennsylvania Avenue, Morrisville, PA 19067. To see a menu, visit www.lavilla-restaurant.com. To order, call 215-736-3113 or 215- 736-3116.

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