A tour of Bucks County
We visited the Waterwheel Tavern in Doylestown for a late lunch. We were going to go to a chain restaurant but a last minute changed proved to be an excellent choice.
The Bucks County Playhouse and some of the surrounding properties are undergoing some serious construction. Plans are underway to improve the theater, add dining and rooms and create a river walk. (2019 – much of the work has been completed)
The Ferry Market is in a newly renovated building (2018) across from the Logan Inn on Main Street in New Hope. We thought it was simply a collection of shops. It turned out that the Ferry Market is an Upscale Food Court.
I try to keep this blog apolitical but the edicts of the wolf administration are screwing Pennsylvania businesses.
Update -2020 – We stopped in for dinner on July 17th 2020. Seating was restricted. See below for details. The Iron Oven was formerly Kenny’s. We’ve eaten there several times and had a great meal and service each time.
Update 2020 – High Tides is closed for the foreseeable future. See below
A great restaurant and bar on the water. You can get there by boat as well as by car.
(June 26 2020) Some views of Peddler’s Village in Lahaska as on June 26th showing the effects of the Covid shutdowns.
(June 2020). The closures have hit New Hope hard as they have almost everywhere else. Stores are vacant and for lease or sale. Restaurants have limited seating.
Saint Patrick’s Day falls on a Tuesday this year (2020). If you are looking for an Irish Restaurant for dinner, we would suggest The Dubliner in New Hope.
We usually visit the Grey Stone in Newton when Monique and R.J. are playing there. We haven’t visited for dinner yet.