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First-Ever Bucks County Restaurant Week Kicks Off Sunday

Visit Bucks County will host the first ever countywide Restaurant Week.

Locals and visitors will have the opportunity to sample the finest cuisine from Bucks County’s top eateries – ranging from Itri in Bristol Borough to McCoole’s at the Historic Red Lion Inn in Quakertown – at discounted prices from April 29 to May 5. More than 60 restaurants, pubs and bistros spanning more than 20 different towns will offer three-course, prix fixe dinner menus

Bucks County’s diverse dining districts have joined forces for the inaugural Bucks County Restaurant Week. Locals and visitors will be able to enjoy discounted prices featuring signature dishes and delectable desserts for guests to enjoy at a special rate of $25 or $35 per person.

Reservations are strongly encouraged and patrons can utilize the official Bucks County Restaurant Week OpenTable page to secure their seat.

Bucks County Restaurant Week is a BYOB event, allowing guests to bring their favorite brews or wines to complement their meals. Visit Bucks County has also partnered with Lyft to give existing and new users a 25 percent discount off one ride when using code EATINBUCKSCO throughout the week.

For an up-to-date list of all participating restaurants, click here.

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Amanda Burg

Amanda Burg, born and raised in Levittown, has covered news in her hometown since the start of Levittown Now, back in 2013. Amanda previously served as a contributor for The Bucks County Courier Times and as an award-winning editor for The Playwickian, the student newspaper of Neshaminy High School. Email: