The popular breakfast/brunch/lunch restaurant, Turning Point, is now open in the Village at Newtown on S. Eagle Road in Newtown, PA.  This is the chain's 17th location and fifth in Pennsylvania.  (The others are located in New Jersey).

According to the company's website, Founder & CEO, Kirk Ruoff, created the first Turning Point restaurant in Silver, NJ in 1998.

Turning Point restaurants are open daily from 7:30am-3pm and feature traditional breakfast favorites (pancakes, waffles, French toast, and omelettes), as well as soups, salads, and sandwiches.  The menu also has a large selection of coffees, shakes, and smoothies.

Prior to opening in Newtown, the closest Turning Point location to Lower Bucks County was in the Mercer Mall in Lawrenceville, NJ.

Earlier this year, we told you about how another popular "breakfast/brunch" restaurant chain, First Watch, would be opening their first New Jersey location in Cherry Hill.  That chain has several restaurants in the Philadelphia, but none in Bucks County.