- A firkin of Double IPA that has been dry-hopped with the new experimental Mosaic hops.
- One of the first kegs of Summer Love
- Fresh Prima Pils (brewed on 4-30-13)
- Abbey IPA (Brewed specifically for this event…a new beer that combines the Belgian qualities of a traditional Abbey ale and the hoppy goodness of an American IPA)
- St. Victorious, a slightly smokey doppelbock
- Everyone’s favorite Golden Monkey, a 9.7% Abv Belgian Tripel
- As well as a secret beer that might be barrel-aged in nature
This Friday, April 26, Buttonwood Grill in Peddler’s Village is holding a beer festival, starting at 6pm. Guests will be sampling 30 different beers from such breweries as Troegs, Victory, Long Trail and Goose Island, as well as others. Representatives from the breweries will be on site to impart their knowledge onto you. Guests can rate the beers their try, and at the end of the day, the best-rated beer will be added to Buttonwood’s menu. Executive Chef Sean Browne will also be making some delicious food to enjoy.
Reservations are $30
Call (215) 794-4040 for more information and to make a reservation.
The Tap Room Sports Bar & Grill in Morton, PA, is host to a lot more than sports television. With local bands every Friday night, shuffle board tournaments on Saturday afternoons, dueling pianos and stand-up comedy, there’s always some reason to stop by. If you’re planning a special event, The Tap Room has banquet facilities which can host parties up to 150 people, which can either be opened or closed to the general entertainment area. Even if there isn’t a certain event you’re stopping by for, there are 12 HDTVs place throughout establishment on which patrons may enjoy any televised sporting event.
When it comes to food, The Tap Room doesn’t disappoint. With wings, nachos, crab dip, and all sorts of buckets of fries, they have the bar food basics covered and then some. They also have a number of more refined offerings, taken from Amici’s next door (they share an owner). Favorites include a crab cake sandwich, filet mingon sandwich and BBQ ribs.
The Tap Room also has a diverse tap list, including such brewers as Goose Island, Long Trail, Troegs, Rogue, Stella Artois and Hoegaarden. Happy Hour holds $2.50 on domestic bottles and drafts, $4 craft and import drafts, $3 mixed drinks and 50¢ wings. There are also specials on food or drinks available every night.
Happy Hour: Monday-Friday 5pm-7pm
15 S Morton Ave
Morton, PA 19070
19 North Main Street
Doylestown , PA 18901
Monday thru Thursday: 11:00am – 10:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 11:00am – 11:00pm
Sunday: Brunch 9:00am – 1:00pm
Sunday: 12:00pm – 9:00pm
The Other Side:
Located right next door.
Monday – Sunday 11:00am – 2:00pm
Irish Rover Station House just moved, first opening its new doors on February 22nd after fifteen years of business at their old location in Penndel. Now located in Langhorne on Bellevue Avenue, right across the street from the train station. The new location includes an outdoor deck perfect for the upcoming warm weather. It’s also the perfect location for your St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.
Wednesday nights are Bring the Family nights, with specials on crab legs and martinis from 7pm to 12am. Saturday nights, they feature a local band to play, and from 8-11, well drinks are $2. All day on Tuesday, cheeseburgers are only $3, and from 8pm to 11pm, they have Bass specials, and Thursdays from 9pm to 11pm, it’s $2 domestic beers and 1/2 prices on appetizers. Happy hours if Mon-Fri from 4:30 to 7pm.
They are also available to cater all sorts of events, tailoring each package to the event.
1033 S Bellevue Ave.
Langhorne, PA 19047
Monday through Saturday 11am-2am
In Levittown, there’s a place that brings people all the way from Philly with their Roast Pork Italiano, and brings them back with their great craft beer selection. Pasquale’s offers foodies many options, including over-sized wings, ½ lb burgers, giant quesadillas and ribs. Soon, they will be offering all-you-can-eat crab legs on Tuesday nights.
Pasquale’s also offers a lot in the way of beer, with 14 out of their 20 taps being craft brews, including Goose Island IPA, Rouge’s Dead Guy, and Magic Hat Pistol. And they’ll be adding Hoegaarden and Stella to that list soon. On Tuesday, it’s $1 off all craft drafts, and fifty cents off bottles. If you’re not sure what to try, Pasquale’s has $7 flights with four samples, which are a dollar off on Tuesday as well.
With lots of events and specials every day, there’s always a reason to drop by Pasquales.
Ahh… romance is in the air tonight. Get your loved one chocolates, flowers, and don’t forget a nice meal out on the town. But don’t sell yourself short on your selection. Pick a place you know will have a nice craft beer available to pair with your plate. After all, you deserve it and it’s your holiday too. Here’s our selection of wonderful spots where the craft is flowing and romance is in the air without the need for a lengthy commute to the city.
Bucks County – Freight House in Doylestown
The Freight House in Doylestown offers a contemporary dining experience with the feeling of eating in the city. Their menu features a wide variety of steaks and seafood prepared by Chef Joshua Homacki. You’ll find a wonderful wine list as well as many craft beers to choose from. For reservations, call 215-340-1003. The Freight House is located at 194. W. Ashland St., Doylestown, PA 18901.
Berks County – Vincenzo’s in Douglassville
If you enjoy Italian, Vincenzo’s is the place for your evening’s romance. You’ll find Italian home-style favorites like lasagna and veal marsala. And, if you have to bring the children with you, they have a wide selection for the kids. Valentine’s specials include heart shaped lobster ravioli and stuffed chicken saltimbocca. For reservations, call 610-689-8000. Vincenzo’s is located at 1333 Old Swede Rd., Douglassville, PA 19518.
Delaware County – Azie in Media
If you’re looking for something different, Azie offers a “refreshingly global” dining experience. Their contemporary Asian cuisine melds influences from all over Europe, including France and Italy. The outcome is a one-of-a-kind dining experience. Pair the meal with one of their many international selections of beer ranging from Stella in Belgium to Victory HopDevil. For reservations, call 610-566-4750. Azie is located at 217 W. State St., Media, PA 19063.
Montgomery County – Dettera in Ambler
Dettera may promote themselves as a wine bar but they have an equally impressive list of fine beers to choose from. You’ll find Goose Island’s Matilda on draught as well as Magic Hat #9 by the bottle. Along with an extensive New American menu, Dettera is featuring a four course Valentine’s Day dinner for only $65 per person. You can check out the selection by clicking here. For reservations, call 215-643-0111. Dettera is located at 129 E. Butler Ave., Ambler, PA 19002.
The Simmeria Café and Bistro is a beautiful dining location in historic Fleetwood, PA. Their talented chefs prepare a gourmet menu which offers a unique experience by fusing together fresh ingredients from around the area.
The Fleetwood Grille at Simmeria on the other hand takes the beautiful atmosphere and creates a more contemporary bar/grille experience with a wide selection of beers. You’ll find 18 beers on tap, flat screens playing your favorite game, and free wi-fi, for those stopping by for the business-lunch. Come spring, you can enjoy your meal and pint on the deck.
Although the Fleetwood Grille has an exceptional permanent menu with features like grilled wild boar and a search duck breast which is served with a cranberry demi, they have tons of daily changes and specials, depending on the seasonality of food from the local area.
On Mardi Gras, the Fleetwood Grill is having $3 Magic Hat bottle specials along with $3.50 Magic Hat drafts every Tuesday from 9pm-10:30pm for their “9 at 9 for 90 minutes” promotion.
The Fleetwood Grill at Simmeria Café and Bistro is located at 24 E Main St Fleetwood, PA 19522.
Simply defined as the Pub, Tavern, or Mill, Duffer’s offers three great locations where you can go and enjoy the big game on Sunday with great atmospheres filled with plenty of TVs to never miss a touchdown and many great taps filled with craft beers.
Although a sports bar, all three locations provide a great environment perfect for a gathering with family or friends. The menu includes the to-be-expected tavern-fare with a wide range of appetizers and sandwiches. Some favorites include the “Pretzel Sandwich,” ham, bacon, tomato, and Swiss cheese on a pretzel roll with honey mustard; and “The Gobbler,” fresh turkey with coleslaw, Swiss cheese, and cranberry mayonnaise on a toasted ciabatta bun. Additionally, they feature a great kid’s menu so that you can enjoy the game and keep them happy and fed, too!
If you can’t make it for the Super Bowl, you can always go out for one of their Texas Hold’em nights or enjoy a game of pool at the “pub” or “tavern” location. Every Monday, all three locations feature a quizzo night.
Easily one of the best features Duffer’s offers is “The Duffer’s Bus” – If you’re a resident within 15 miles of any of the three locations, Duffer’s will provide you with shuttle service from 9pm to last calls on Friday and Saturday nights to make sure you get home safe.
The Duffer’s Tavern is located at Route 352 in Glen Mills, PA
The Duffer’s Pub is located on Route 1 in Concordville, PA
The Duffer’s Mill is located on Naamans Creek Road in Chichester, PA
For more information about Duffer’s events, specials, and menu, visit www.dufferspa.com
If you’re looking for that good ol’neighborhood joint, look no further, the Candlewyck is the spot for just hanging out at the bar and enjoying a cold brew with tavern grub.
Definitely not a pretentious destination, the “wyck” serves up a great line up of affordably priced beers and at the same time caters to the everyday-beer drinking local. For a bar setup, there’s some great bites including garlic hot wings, and huge burgers.
And even though it’s got a traditional tavern vibe, they’re surprisingly very kid and family friendly with a wonderful staff that welcomes children of all ages.
Be sure to stop by the take-out before you leave where you’ll find a pretty wide selection of craft and import beers including some really nice stuff from Belgium, UK, and Germany.
For a great time, stop by for the game. There are too many TVs to count, which will guarantee a great view of the big game with all of your buddies.