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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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Winter sports lovers, it’s time to rejoice! Anyone exhausted by this year’s seemingly endless summer and disappointed by its far-too-short fall, your time has come. Winter is here, and ski season is in full force. Good news for hardy souls eager... Read more

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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

Dining & Food

When we arrived at the Black Horse Tavern on a cool winter Friday evening, a shirt-sleeved gentleman held the door open for us as a stunning young woman greeted us just inside. She smiled sweetly and said, “Oh, he’s one of our regulars. He works... Read more

Dining & Food

Christine’s Restaurant, a staple in Yardley for the past fifteen years, is all about family. You can feel it as you leave the bustle of Oxford Valley Road behind. The warm, earthen colors, the understated simplicity of the main dining room... Read more

Dining & Food

Although it was constructed in 1865, you could call it the new kid on the block and be correct. We’re talking here of the Mansion Inn (aka Royal T’s at the Mansion), the stunning Baroque Victorian manor house that has served New Hope as a private... Read more

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But, as might be expected, guests are drawn to a restaurant more for its food than its décor, and here too Earl’s New American excels. That’s because the chef has fully embraced the new approach, transforming Earl’s menu from fine American... Read more

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