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Taste Magazine 2013:


Let’s do Brunch features Blake Faure

Breakfast might be considered the most important meal of the day, but brunch enjoys a reputation as the hands-down favorite. Because, really, what is better than a meal that merges the best oftwo menus, incorporates some wine and/or fizzy cocktails and lets you sleep late? “Brunch is all about not rushing your morning,” says Blake Faure, co-executive chef at the Golden Pheasant Inn in Erwinna, which hosts a traditional Sunday spread. “You can show up late still being able to order eggs if you want to.” And the same things that make brunch appealing to guests also makes it a breeze to host: “It can be a much more casual meal in a much more relaxed environment, plus it encompasses the comfort foods that people love,” Faure says.

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15 Great Escapes: New and Different Locations


Polishing a Gem

A recent restoration of the Golden Pheasant Inn in Pennsylvania’s Bucks County has enhanced the historic 1857 property’s charm—exposed fieldstone walls, deep windowsills—while updating it with luxe decor. Enjoy Delaware River views from the newly expanded front porch.
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GPI Featured on as “Awesome Fall Foodie Destination”

30 Awesome Fall Foodie Destinations 

By Linnea Covington

Built in 1857, the recently renovated Golden Pheasant Inn is more than just a place to sleep,
it’s a building full of history and good food.

The menu at the inn’s restaurant was created to showcase fresh and sustainable ingredients
prepared in a combination of French and new-American style.
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First Fire of the Season

This is the first fire of the season in the newly restored fireplace.

Restored Guest Rooms Open

This is the newly opened Delaware Suite – Delaware River and Canal views, private bath, fireplace and king bed – country luxury! View details of the Delaware Suite here.

Friends of the Delaware Canal hosts “Erwinna Walls” Benefit

Bucks Local News
Friends of the Delaware Canal to bring ‘Faces and Places’ art celebration to Erwinna

The Friends of the Delaware Canal, a New Hope-based nonprofit, will  host its host its 4th annual Faces & Places benefit dinner August 4th in Erwinna.

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