Babalouie BBQ Serves Up Tempting Barbecue Offerings at Stephanie’s in Doylestown

With so many cuisine options available these days, it may be difficult to decide which one is your favorite. With that said, if comfort food laden with zest and full flavor is what you crave, barbecue cuisine is a sure bet!

Babalouie BBQ brisket

Babalouie BBQ is the newest barbecue spot to hit Doylestown. This sensational BBQ vendor offers a wide array of delicious barbecue offerings at Stephanie’s Bar (29 South Main Street), Thursday through Saturday from 11 a.m.–3 p.m., or until the menu items sell out. And, with word getting out quickly on Babalouie BBQ, you’re going to want to get there early so you don’t miss out on your favorite barbecue menu items!

Some of the delicious barbecue items which you’ll find on the Babalouie BBQ menu include Angus brisket, pulled pork, pork ribs, chicken, Cabot mac ‘n cheese, big leaf collards, smoked carrots, and zesty jalapeno bombers, which are jalapeno peppers filled with cream cheese and wrapped in bacon.

Babalouie BBQ Poppers

Although relatively new to Main Street, Babalouie BBQ has been serving up barbecue offerings for quite a few years now via pop-ups at local craft breweries and community events. Suffice it to say that chef-pit master Brooks Mormando knows a thing or two about barbecue and you’ll be able to attest to this fact once you taste his delicious barbecue dishes for yourself.

If you have yet to try Babalouie BBQ, head down to Stephanies Thursday through Saturday, between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., and see what Brooks is cooking up for the day!

Photos credit: Babalouie BBQ 

4th Annual Kite Day at Fonthill Castle on May 19

On Sunday, May 19, head to the grounds of Fonthill Castle in Doylestown for the 4th Annual Kite Day, from 12:30–3:30 p.m.

The event, hosted by the Friends of the Bucks County Historical Society, invites kids of all ages to bring their kites to fly at Fonthill Castle or make their own kite at the event to fly that day. For those who wish to craft their own kites at Fonthill, the cost is $5 per kite and you’ll learn how to build it, thanks to the helpful instruction by Clifford “The Kiteman” Quinn, and even be able to decorate the kite to give it your own personal touch!

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There will also be a kite presentation by Mr. Quinn at 1 p.m. in the Fonthill Castle tent, so be sure to arrive in time for this exciting speech.

The cost is $5 per family to attend the event and an extra $5 per kite, if you choose to build and decorate one during Kite Day. A limited number of kites will be available at the event, so be sure to get there early, if you wish to buy and build one. Payment for the kites and event itself (cash or check) will be collected at this fabulous fundraising event.

Don’t miss this fun family event at Fonthill Castle on Sunday!


Doylestown Farmers Market Offers Sensational Local Products on Saturdays

As soon as springtime arrives in Doylestown, the opening of the seasonal Doylestown Farmers Market is eagerly anticipated by many. The local farmers market operates on Saturdays from mid-April through mid-November and provides local residents and visitors with an extensive array of farm-fresh goods and artisan products.

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The Doylestown Farmers Market operates on Saturdays from 8 a.m.–1 p.m. on South Hamilton Street in Doylestown. Made possible thanks to the wonderful efforts of the Bucks County Foodshed Alliance, the Doylestown Farmers Market features an eclectic group of vendors offering items ranging from handmade soaps to fresh fruits and vegetables to local craft beer. The list of vendors for the farmers market this Saturday, May 18, includes the following:

In addition to the exceptional vendors listed above, there will also be live music from Fools and Prophets to entertain the crowds on Saturday.

Visit the Doylestown Farmers Market this Saturday (and every Saturday!) to stock up on local products while supporting area vendors and farmers!