I had the immense privilege of attending the media event for the re-opening of Earl's New American at Peddler's Village this weekend. As we rarely get away from the kids, we decided to make a night of it.
Peddler's Village has been one of my favorite places since I first went way back when I was around 8 years old (that's 1976 for anyone counting!) and I took my kids when they were young (some of them still are) and they all fell in love, too.
We don't get there as often as we'd like, but I feel that makes each trip that much more special. The Golden Plough is now one of my fiancees places to stay, as well after a birthday stay there a couple years ago.
If you haven't been to Peddler's Village, please DO take a day and go and explore.
As for Earl's, I'll let the photos speak for themselves. It's a truly beautiful restaurant and Chef Bill Murphy is an all around nice guy and so easy to talk to. My fiancee and I were lucky enough to have our tour given by Chef Murphy. If he's out and about during your dinner, make sure to say hello!
The food is perfection and the waitstaff was very accommodating and helpful. You won't be disappointed in any way.
Please check out the media release below!
|My photos from Earl's Media Event. Beautiful lighting, food and decor.|
Ribbon Cutting and Cocktail Reception Launched Exciting Arrival of Earl’s New American
Bucks County community members and local charity, A Woman’s Place, celebrated new restaurant, opening today.
LAHASKA, PA – () -- Earl’s New American had plenty cause for celebration this past weekend, April 9 and 10. , the Peddler’s Village restaurant hosted a fabulous afternoon social event with a floral ribbon cutting ceremony and cocktail reception for media and members of the Philadelphia and Bucks County food scene. During the reception, Executive Chef Bill Murphy and the ENA culinary staff, along with ENA General Manager Louis A. Torres, Jr., cut the ribbon, which was created from spring flowers provided by The Living Earth, a florist in New Hope.
A Woman’s Place (AWP), the county’s only domestic violence organization. The AWP staff invited some of their most generous donors to the special event as a show of appreciation for their support., attendees included the Earl’s New American team, notables from the Bucks County community, as well as honorees from
Guests enjoyed the restaurant’s polished, casual ‘farmhouse’ feel, mingling and chatting over signature drinks like the Ruby-Tini and the Sparkling Pear with Rosemary. Among the delicious small bites were Lobster Dumpling with Shaved Carrot Slaw and Sweet Soy; Grilled Salmon with Locally Milled Faro and Morel Mushroom Vinaigrette, and Crab Cakes with Old Bay Aioli.
|A Ribbon Cutting was held at the April 9 reception of Earl’s New American at Peddler’s Village. Executive Chef Bill Murphy cut the flower ribbon welcoming the opening of Earl’s New American on April 12! Left to right: Stephen Herndon (Assistant GM of Earl’s), Richard Slutter (Peddler’s Village Director of Hospitality Operations), Louis Torres (GM of Earl’s), Chef Bill Murphy of Earl’s, Blaine Llewellyn and Lemar Ellis (Earl’s Kitchen staff).|
Earl’s New American will open to the public today, April 12, for dinner. The 140-seat restaurant will be serving dinner, EarlsNewAmerican.com. Follow Earl’s New American on Facebook: Facebook.com/EarlsNewAmerican.– , and lunch, – . Guests will enjoy the restaurant’s full bar, private banquet facilities, and outdoor patio seating. Reservations available now! For more information on Earl’s New American, visit
ABOUT EARL’S NEW AMERICAN
Located at Peddler’s Village in the scenic countryside of Bucks County, Pa, Earl’s New American offers a polished, casual dining experience with creative, contemporary cuisine using the freshest, seasonal ingredients. The 140-seat restaurant has a full bar, private banquet and meeting facilities, and outdoor patio seating.
ABOUT PEDDLER’S VILLAGE
Founded by the Jamison family in 1962, Peddler’s Village is a countryside resort destination with a graceful 18th-century architectural style, 42 acres of lush gardens and winding brick walkways, five diverse eateries, a family entertainment center, 65 distinctive retail shops, and seasonal festivals and events. Peddler’s Village is the third most visited travel destination in the Greater Philadelphia region with more than 1.6 million annual visitors, according to the Philadelphia Business Journal. For more information, call 215-794-4000 or visit PeddlersVillage.com.