Old-country charm matched with hip, city style makes Bucks County, PA one of our favorite green places to spend time, shop, and stay.
Dine: Think hip, urban restaurant with a farmhouse flair. Vine and Fig tree Bistro is popular for being the only restaurant in town to serve a NYC style brunch and makes the most amazing grilled cheese from all recycled kitchen equipment. Secret recipe below (straight from Chef Drew):19 East State Street, Doylestown (215)345.1555
Grilled Goat Cheese With Pear & Vidalia Onion Jam
2 Slices multi-grain bread
4 oz montrachet goats milk cheese, room temperature
2-3 tbls onion jam ½ bosc pear, room temperature, sliced thin
Decorate: Harmony Hill is a beautiful farm in Hilltown owned by Lyn Hicks. Hicks (a true Boho girl) specializes in doing eco weddings using the organic flowers she grows on her farm. Check out her website at www.harmonyhillgardens.com
Design: The Tile Gallerie carries some of the most unique, one-of-a-kind handmade tiles. Owner Julia Thomas has one of the largest collections of handmade tiles around (and an endearing British accent). 350 Swamp Road, Dublin PA (215) 249.4848 www.thetilegallerie.com
Dress: Brooklyn city girl turned Doylestown country girl, Justine Kawas, is the founder of Greenchanges.org. This hip, community driven t-shirt collection helps initiate their green mission, Green Changes…Everything.
For more visit http://visitbuckscounty.com
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