5 Reasons to Visit Pag’s Pub in Doylestown

Doylestown is home to many fabulous bars and restaurants, ranging from quaint bistros to vibrant bar settings. One spot you should make it a point to visit in Doylestown is Pag’s Pub.

Located at 72 West State Street, Pag’s Pub offers sensational brews and cocktails, but that’s not all you’ll find at this popular State Street destination. Here are five reasons to visit Pag’s Pub on your next day or night out in Doylestown:

24 Beers on Draft and an Extensive Offering of Bottles and Cans

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If you like beer, Pag’s Pub is the place to go. The beer aficionados at Pag’s Pub offer a unique draft beer list containing 24 brews for your sipping pleasure. From lagers to stouts and IPAs to porters, you’ll have a wide array of beer varieties to choose from on the rotating tap list. Can’t decide which beer to choose? Purchase a beer flight containing 4, 6-ounce beers for $12. If draft beer isn’t your thing, check out the bottle and can selection at Pag’s Pub while you’re there.

Handcrafted Cocktails and Over 50 Whiskey Varieties

For those craving a delicious and refreshing handcrafted cocktail, Pag’s Pub aims to please. Some of the cocktails you might find on the bar menu include Pag’s Mai Tai, Paloma, Tito’s Tini, and many more options. In addition to creative cocktails, whiskey lovers will find that the whiskey selection of more than 50 varieties of whiskey is sure to please. Enjoy your whiskey straight up or have it added to a cocktail of your choosing.

On-Site Kitchen Serving Pub Fare

Enjoying cocktails at Pag’s Pub is a great move to make and you are bound to get hungry while you’re there. Don’t worry, as Pag’s Pub offers a pub fare menu with offerings created in the on-site kitchen. Some of the items which fill the menu include cheese and charcuterie plates, fresh mussels, Caprese salad, made-to-order pizzas, oven-baked mac and cheese, chicken wrap, and other perfect accompaniments for your cocktails.

Breakfast on Saturdays Starting May 4

If you love a good weekend breakfast, head to Pag’s Pub for Saturday breakfast, beginning on May 4. Breakfast will be served every Saturday from 8–11 a.m. and include delectable offerings, such as Belgian waffles, French toast, pancakes, frittatas, and even a breakfast burger. And, don’t forget about a morning beverage, as mimosas and Bloody Mary’s will be available in addition to a wide array of non-alcoholic drinks.

Outdoor Patio for a Sensational Sipping Setting

With the weather turning warmer, diners and sippers are seeking out spots for patio perching and Pag’s Pub is a great spot to visit. Situated right on State Street, you can find your perfect seat and watch the crowds pass by as you sip your favorite beverage.

Now is a great time to visit Pag’s Pub for drinks, light bites and, in the very near future, Saturday breakfast. And, make sure to visit the sister establishments of Pag’s Pub, Pag’s Wine Bar and Paganini, also located on State Street in Doylestown.

Vote for Doylestown for Best Small Town Cultural Scene

Have you heard the news? Our beloved Doylestown has been nominated for “Best Small Town Cultural Scene” by USA Today!

To those who know and love our beautiful town with all of its extraordinary cultural offerings, this comes as no surprise. But, we want to let everyone else know it, too. Voting for the USA Today 10Best contest is taking place through Monday, May 6, at noon, and voting for Doylestown is extremely easy to do.

Michener Art Museum

Here’s how to put your vote in for Doylestown: Visit the USA Today link and select Doylestown as having the best small town cultural scene. You can put a vote in each day, so be sure to keep those votes coming in. The 10 best towns will be announced on Friday, May 17, and we want Doylestown to be one of them.

Let’s show the country which town really has it all and enable Doylestown to grab this prestigious award!

Explore Doylestown Restaurants During 2019 Visit Bucks County Restaurant Week (April 28–May 4)

Visit Bucks County is once again hosting its popular dining event where participating eateries around Bucks County offer special $25 and $35 prix fixe meals throughout an entire week.

The 2019 Visit Bucks County Restaurant Week will take place Sunday, April 28, through Saturday, May 4, at various restaurants in Bucks County. Doylestown residents and visitors will be happy to note that many Doylestown restaurants will be taking part in the Restaurant Week festivities.

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Participating Doylestown restaurants  offering the $25 prix fixe menu include the following:

Doylestown eateries which will be offering the $35 prix fixe menu include the following:

Even better than these fabulous deals and specialty menus is the fact that Visit Bucks County will be partnering with the United Way of Bucks County to benefit the Bucks Knocks Out Hunger campaign. Select restaurants will be donating a portion of their Restaurant Week proceeds to the Bucks Knocks Out Hunger Campaign which will provide food to Bucks County food pantries.

Start perusing the list of Doylestown restaurants participating in Visit Bucks County Restaurant Week and see which prix fixe menus pique your interest for dining out April 28 through May 4.

Turning Point Restaurant Heading to Doylestown

The spot formerly occupied by Friendly’s at 440 North Main Street in the Doylestown Shopping Center will soon be gaining a new restaurant tenant: Turning Point Restaurant.

With restaurants in North Wales and Warrington, to name two of Turning Point’s many locations,  the Doylestown dining crowd may already be familiar with the extensive and delicious breakfast and lunch items offered at Turning Point. But, with the upcoming opening of the Doylestown Turning Point restaurant, Doylestown residents will soon have this popular eatery right around the corner.

Turning Point Cold Brew

Some of the delectable dishes which Turning Point serves up include omelets of a wide variety, ranging from veggie-laden omelets to ham-filled delicacies, lemon blueberry pancakes, salted caramel waffle, brioche French toast, quinoa bowl, chicken pesto panini sandwich, cranberry walnut chicken salad wrap, and other must-have culinary items. Accompany your meal with a refreshing iced coffee, fruit-filled smoothie, or French press coffee and your dining excursion is complete.

Turning Point Omelet

The current location will be undergoing extensive renovations to get the property ready for the Turning Point crew and the restaurant has posted on their website a tentative opening planned for winter of 2019.

Get ready to welcome Turning Point to Doylestown later this year!

Easter Sunday Dining Options in Doylestown

This Easter, you may be planning to dine out and enjoy a meal with family and friends without having to be in the kitchen all day. Fortunately, there are plenty of wonderful restaurants throughout Doylestown which will be staying open for Easter Sunday and offering a wide array of dining options.

Here are some of your Easter Sunday dining options:

  • Bocelli’sMake your Easter dining reservations at Bocelli’s. Reservations are available beginning at 12:30 p.m. and takeout is also available, for those who wish to bring some Bocelli’s cuisine home with them.
  • Chambers 19Enjoy Easter brunch or dinner on Sunday at Chambers 19 and make your reservations today. $5 Bloody Mary’s and mimosas will be available all morning!
  • Hattery Stove & Still: The Hattery Stove & Still will be offering a three-course prix fixe menu on Easter Sunday, with a separate three-course prix fixe menu for kids. The cost, excluding tax and gratuity, is $30 per adult and $14 per child (8 and under).
  • Genevieve’s Kitchen: Dine at Genevieve’s Kitchen on Easter Sunday and enjoy brunch from 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Domani Star: Reserve a table for Easter breakfast at Domani Star and enjoy an extensive dining menu at this beloved Doylestown bistro.

These are just a few dining options to get you started on your quest to find the perfect holiday meal! If you don’t see your favorite restaurant on the list, be sure to reach out to the establishment to see if they will be serving a special Easter dining menu and be open on Sunday.

Sip and Shop the Day Away at the Girls Day Out Event in Doylestown on April 6

Get ready for some sensational shopping and refreshments as the Girls Day Out event unfolds in Doylestown on Saturday, April 6, from noon–5 p.m.

Grab your best girlfriends and head to Doylestown borough for an afternoon of great deals, special offers, and cocktails and light culinary bites at some of your favorite Doylestown boutiques. The Doylestown shops which will be participating in Girls Day Out on April 6 include the following:

Enjoy an afternoon out in the borough as you sip and shop throughout the day at your favorite Doylestown boutiques!


Attend the Harlem Wizards Game and Help Raise Money for CB Cares Educational Foundation on April 6

On Saturday, April 6, enjoy a fun family-friendly evening in Doylestown with a philanthropic twist as the CB Cares All-Stars take on the Harlem Wizards for a great cause.

The basketball game begins at 7 p.m. at the CB West High School gym and features supporters of the CB Cares Educational Foundation on one team and the Harlem Wizards players on the other. This fundraising game will combine skill and laughter all in one exciting basketball game. The doors open at 6 p.m., so be sure to get there early enough to grab the best seats!

Best of all, the proceeds raised from the game that night will go directly to benefit CB Cares Educational Foundation, a local organization which operates on the mission “to serve as a community catalyst in building upon our community’s assets and strengths by engaging, empowering, and linking the various community sectors through programs, resources and activities to create a healthier community- one with positive attitudes, behaviors, and values.”

Purchase your tickets online today for $15 per person ($20 at the door, if tickets remain) and enjoy a fun night out with family and friends to help support this wonderful Central Bucks organization.

Hellerick’s Family Farm in Doylestown Opens Its Aerial Adventure Park and Announces Upcoming Goat Yoga Classes

The staff at Hellerick’s Family Farm, located at 5500 North Easton Road in Doylestown, has two big announcements: the Aerial Adventure Park is now open for the season and upcoming goat yoga classes have hit the Hellerick’s Family Farm event listing.

Hellerick’s Aerial Adventure Park


Have you ever wanted to test your skills at breathtaking heights or propel along on zip lines? If so, then you need to get to Hellerick’s Aerial Adventure Park ASAP. The park features three high ropes courses, suspended from 55-foot tall poles, along with a quick jump free fall course, all with varying degrees of difficulty. At Doylestown’s premier adventure park, you’ll enjoy a combination of 30 adventure elements and zip lines.

Hellerick’s Aerial Adventure Park at Hellerick’s Family Farm offers exciting family fun for individuals ages 7 years and up (guests must be able to reach 60 inches high with outstretched arms and have a weight of at least 50 pounds to participate). The cost is $37.50 per person for 1-1/2 hours of exhilarating fun. Reservations are encouraged for this unique outdoor activity in Doylestown.

The Aerial Adventure Park will operate on the weekends until June, at which time the hours of operation will increase.

Goat Yoga Classes at Hellerick’s Family Farm


Looking for something a bit more relaxing with a farm theme? Then, the goat yoga classes at Hellerick’s Family Farm are sure to be to your liking!

Enjoy a yoga class with other yoga aficionados and some special guests…goats! The barnyard residents of Hellerick’s will be taking part in special yoga classes led by certified yoga instructors on the farm. Yoga enthusiasts can stretch, pose, and relax, all in the company of the farm’s goats (and maybe a few curious chickens, too!).

Classes will be held on Saturdays and Sundays, April 27 through June 9, from 10–11 a.m. The cost is $25 per person and participants must be ages 12 and up. Reservations are now being accepted online for these fun and healthy yoga classes on the farm.

Visit Hellerick’s Family Farm in Doylestown for fun outdoor events this spring and summer!

Photos credit: Hellerick’s Family Farm