Farm to Table Restaurants in Bucks County’s

Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker Hearthside

With abundant farms and an endless countryside, Bucks County restaurants have access to the freshest ingredients. From locally raised meats to homegrown fruits and vegetables, it is no wonder many of Bucks County's best restaurants are known for their farm-to-table specialties.

Enjoy a wood-fired dinner at The Green Parrot in Newtown. The unique and comforting menu offers everything from burgers prepared with grass-fed organic beef to house-made pasta dishes. The Green Parrot's menu includes nothing but fresh, local ingredients with no trans-fat or MSG. After dinner, grab some drinks at the pub while listening to live entertainment or catching the game on the big screen.

Fresh off the farm is the way to go when preparing a gourmet breakfast at The Inn at Bowman's Hill. Guests staying for the night have the opportunity to collect their own organic eggs from the Bowman Hill's flock of free-range hens to enjoy with their morning meal. The Inn creates mouth-watering dishes using locally-grown produce and herbs from the on-site garden. Every cooked-to-order meal shows off the season's freshest and tastiest offerings.

Tucked into a beautifully restored 250-year-old farmhouse, The Talking Teacup serves up cozy cups of tea and homemade food. Incorporating ingredients from their own herb garden and fresh fruits and vegetables grown locally and in their own backyard, the delightful fare at The Talking Teacup is perfect with any cup of tea. Dine on the outside Tea Patio when the weather is nice to enjoy a delicious meal right where the food was grown.

Whether staying overnight or just enjoying breakfast, The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm provides a farm-to-table experience for all its guests. The Inn's chef uses herbs fresh from the garden and locally sourced free-range beef and chicken for its gourmet brunch items. Barley Sheaf Farm, with its cozy guest cottages and exquisite Manor House, is a great home base for a locavore's Bucks County adventure.

To dine at Golden Pheasant Inn is to dine on Bucks County. Everything from honey and horseradish to beer and wine come from local sources, allowing the Golden Pheasant to serve some of the freshest foods in Bucks County. The Inn also provides exceptional overnight accommodations in its four luxurious guest rooms.

Come experience the fresh new flavors sure to satisfy your cravings at Caleb's American Kitchen. On your way to enjoy entrees made with all local ingredients, stop by a local winery to bring your favorite bottle of vintage wine to compliment your dinner. Join Caleb for "Friend of a Farmer" dinners happening twice a month May through October, which includes a 4-course prix fixe meal made with specific ingredients from local farmers to complement the season.

Enjoy homemade ice cream at OwowCow Creamy. Made with locally sourced, organic ingredients, this shop supports local farms to produce their premium ice cream and was rated in Trip Advisor's Top 10 Ice Cream Shops of 2013 list.



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Susie Kay
Ultima Real Estate - Plano, TX
North Dallas Specialist

They all sound so good.  Thanks for sharing with us Martin Millner !

Aug 26, 2017 07:59 AM #1
Colleen Fischesser Northwest Property Shop
RE/MAX Advantage | Managing Broker - Chelan, WA
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Great resource for anyone looking for a farm to table restaurant in Bucks County, and maybe before or after their meal they can do some home shopping too ;-)

Aug 26, 2017 08:06 AM #2
Edward & Celia Maddox
The Celtic Connection Realty - Queen Creek, AZ

Looks good enought to eat.

Aug 26, 2017 08:26 AM #3
Belinda Spillman
Aspen Lane Real Estate Colorful Colorado - Aurora, CO
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Ok now I am hungry.  My first stop would be the Owow Cow Creamery.

Aug 26, 2017 10:55 AM #4
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