Chevy Food Crawl: Eating Our Way Through New Hope, Pa.
By: Chaiti Sen
May 27, 2011 9:30 am ET
On May 20, Chevrolet invited eight of Philly’s most popular food bloggers on a road trip to New Hope, Pa., for a food crawl. Bill, Pattie and Tushar from Philly Food Guys, Albert from Messy and Picky, Marisa and Scott from Food in Jars and Apartment 2024, and Thad and Preston from Philly Phoodie took part in our culinary adventure. Needless to say, by the end of the trip, everyone was very full and very happy!
We started our morning at Frederick’s Chevrolet on the Boulevard, where we picked up our 2011 Chevrolet Cruze Eco and two 2011 Chevrolet Malibus for the trip.
Despite a spring thunderstorm along the way, we drove our Chevys 40 miles north to New Hope, a beautiful town in Bucks County full of restaurants, antique shops, and art galleries.
Our first stop was Logan Inn, Bucks County’s oldest, continually run inn. We ate lunch on their lovely outdoor patio, tasting their Blooming Onions, Crab Cakes, and Baked Imported Brie.
Next, we headed over to Marsha Brown, a delicious Creole kitchen and lounge, where the crowd favorite was definitely the Crab Cheesecake, followed closely by the Jambalaya.
We ended our food crawl at The Blue Tortilla, a Mexican BYO. Everyone was pretty full by the time we got there, but we still managed to enjoy the nachos!
You can read some of our bloggers’ recaps below, and the rest are coming soon!
A big thank you to the New Hope Chamber of Commerce and the Bucks County Conference and Visitors Bureau for welcoming us to New Hope and being such wonderful hosts.
Check out the video below for food crawl highlights, plus some blogger feedback on the new Cruze Eco and Malibu.