Hippity Hoppity Hayrides to Bunnyland

Hop over to Bunnyland at Linvilla Orchards and grab a seat on a hayride to the Easter Bunny’s house! Be sure to bring your camera to take lots of pictures of the Easter Bunny as he greets your hay wagon. Visitors will enjoy a story and a special treat! After the ride, remember to stop by the Garden Center for beautiful Easter plants, flowers and accessories or the Farm Market for fresh bakery items or a homemade chocolate treat! Linvilla Orchards’ Farm Market is open 9 am – 6 pm daily. Visit www.Linvilla.com for more information.

The hayrides are running Saturday, March 20 & Sunday, March 21, Saturday, March 27 through Wednesday, March 31, and Thursday, April 1 through Saturday, April 3 from 11am to 4pm each day. Timed tickets are available online at https://www.showclix.com/event/hayride-to-bunnyland for $10.

Linvilla Orchards is located at 137 W. Knowlton Road, Media, PA 19063.

For more information contact Linvilla Orchards by phone at 610-876-7116 or email at info@linvilla.com.

Attention Brunch Lovers! Four Philadelphia Hotspots You’ll Want to Check Out

As warmer weather approaches and more and more city destinations open up, there’s never been a better time to check out some of Philadelphia’s hottest spots for an absolutely unforgettable brunch. Not sure where to start satisfying your brunch cravings? We’ve got delicious options all over the city for you to try!

If you’re in South Philly… check out Miles Table’s new location at the Bok building. This eclectic neighborhood eatery is serving up some truly mouthwatering brunch dishes, like chicken and waffles or tres leches French toast with fresh fruit, that you won’t want to miss out on.

If you’re in University CityWhite Dog Cafe has recently opened back up for dine-in, pickup and delivery. This campus favorite has always been the place to go for delectable, sustainably sourced food, and their brunch menu is no exception, whether you’re in the mood for a breakfast pot pie or caramel apple churro waffles.

If you’re in Fairmount… the Art Museum location of Sabrina’s Cafe is always a classic option. With three restaurants in Philly alone, this family owned hotspot has become popular for serving breakfast all day long. Some of their best signature dishes include stuffed challah French toast and huevos rancheros in a smoky chorizo sauce.

If you’re in Northern LibertiesEl Camino Real puts a Tex-Mex spin on their brunch that you’ve got to try for yourself. This vibrant spot fuses Texas barbecue and classic Mexican cuisine, and while they bring in a sizable crowd for lunch and dinner, they also have great brunch options like fried chicken with buttermilk biscuits or breakfast quesadillas.

Rittenhouse Farmers’ Market Hosts Dozens of Local Vendors Year Round

There are multiple ways to support your community’s businesses and making sure they thrive, one of which is to shop at your local farmers’ market.  The Rittenhouse Farmers’ Market has managed to keep supporting its dozens of vendors, many of which offer fresh produce, baked goods and seafood year round. Here are just a handful of the vendors you can expect to see this Saturday.

Good Spoon Soupery is a Fishtown-based café with a rotating selection of hearty seasonal soups, sandwiches and salads. 

Shore Catch brings a variety of locally sourced seafood to the market, including freshly caught scallops, tuna and swordfish from the Jersey Shore.

Market Day Canelé is a Philadelphia vendor specializing in canelés, French custard-filled pastries flavored with rum and vanilla, but they also have some other equally delectable baked goods for sale.

Shellbark Hollow Farm offers fresh eggs as well as an array of goat milk-based products, sourced from its award-winning Chester County location.

Buck Wild Bison sources premium, grass-fed bison meat from its farm in Port Norris, NJ, available in ground form as well as burgers, steak or jerky.

Hands on the Earth Orchard from Lititz, PA, specializes in hand-picked apples and other fruit, but they also offer apple cider donuts, cider and caramels.

Finally, The Pasta Lab is a Philly-based vendor offering homemade pasta as well as fresh cheese, pancetta, and ingredients to make your own sauce.

You can check out these businesses, as well as lots of other great local vendors, at the Rittenhouse Farmers’ Market. They’re open every Tuesday and Saturday at Rittenhouse Square Park, located at the intersection of 18th and Walnut Street. Weather permitting, the outdoor market runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call (267)-586-5675 or click here for more information. 

Visit South Square Market for a Free Puzzle!

Did you know that you could pick up a free puzzle right from your local grocery store?

South Square Market, is taking this opportunity to give back in an act of appreciation for the way this amazing community has come together in the past year.

To get your South Square Market puzzle, simply click here to claim your code and stop by anytime to pick it up! While supplies last.

South Square Market is located at 2221 South St, Philadelphia, PA 19146 and is open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.