Bucks County’s Restaurant Week is Still Happening
This coronavirus pandemic has not only claimed thousands of lives, but it's also put a stop on basically everything people had planned for the spring and possibly the summer as well. I think people are extremely sad that once they are allowed to come out of their homes and actually do things, nothing will be open. I'm glad that some events that were planned are still happening, just adjusted.
According to The Patch, a very popular event, the Visit Bucks County Restaurant Week, will still take place, but it will be a little different this year. Since restaurants are closed because of orders set by the Pennsylvania Governor, the restaurants will be offering their deals for take out and delivery. There are so many restaurants featured, there has to be something that will satisfy anyone.
To check out the restaurants featuring deals, check out this list on the Visit Bucks County Pennsylvania website. If you do get some takeout or delivery, snap a picture for social media and use the hashtag #EatInBucksCo.
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