A tour of Bucks County
As of September 2020 The Broken Goblet was serving outside. We visited to see an acoustic duo Monique and RJ.
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)
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.
We usually visit the Grey Stone in Newton when Monique and R.J. are playing there. We haven’t visited for dinner yet.
The Deck opened in December 2018. It has a great view of the Delaware River. We visited in April 2019.
Shady Brook Farm hosts entertainers in the Greenhouse which is adjacent to their Stone’s Throw bar. It is a unique and interesting venue.
Oct 2019 – The Continental Tavern in Yardley has a warm Early American feel with great food and service.
(Sept 2019) The Buttonwood grill is located in Peddler’s Village in Lahaska PA. We visit a couple of times a year.
We decided to go out to eat at the last minute on a Saturday. I picked the Hattery Stove and Still pretty much at random. The entire decision took less than a minute … and it was a great choice.