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Neighborhood Spotlight: Fountainville, PA

Fountainville, PA: What to do; where to dine and shop; and what you don’t want to miss

Nestled in southeastern Pennsylvania is the small town of Fountainville, home to roughly 1,000 people. Fountainville is in Bucks County, near the point where Doylestown, Plumstead and New Britain Townships meet. It’s approximately one hour from Philadelphia and only 30 minutes from the New Jersey border.

The Vibe

The overall vibe of Fountainville is a peaceful small community with suburban charm. The proximity to Philadelphia gives visitors and residents easy access to city life while still enjoying the quiet of small-town living.


Where to Eat and Drink

If you want something tasty to eat while you’re in Fountainville, check out these local eateries.

Roman Delight of FountainvilleRoman Delight is a family-owned restaurant that’s popular with locals and visitors. It’s a great place to enjoy a delicious and relaxed meal with family and friends. Each item on the menu is made to order, whether you’re in the mood for spaghetti, seafood, or a pizza. Not hungry? Sip a beer or cocktail on the patio and order some food to go.

Casa ToroHead to Casa Toro to tantalize your taste buds with Cuban cuisine and Mexican favorites like enchiladas, tamales, and burritos. The restaurant also showcases several specialty sauces to take your dish of choice to the next level. To help wash everything down, order a cocktail from the restaurant’s extensive drink menu.


Where to Shop

The Fountainville area showcases several local shops to satisfy your shopping needs.

Yolo SportswearYolo Sportswear wants people to embrace the idea of “you only live once” and enjoy life. For over 25 years, this sportswear store has provided Fountainville with everything they need to show off their love of field hockey. They feature USA Field Hockey apparel, including socks, shirts, sweats, and more from top brands like Asics and Under Armour.

Gratz GalleryThis fine art gallery in historic Bucks County also acts as an art conservation studio that focuses on art restoration. It features a broad collection of 19th and 20th-century American paintings, highlighting works from artists of the New Hope School, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and the Philadelphia Ten.

Stout Christmas TreesIf you’re in Fountainville during Christmas time, make sure to stop by Stout’s. Of course, they have Christmas trees, but that’s not all. You can also find fresh wreaths, pine garlands, and other festive natural touches to adorn your home for the holiday season. Bring the kids to meet Santa and take pictures with him in his sleigh, or shop for other decorations, beautiful nutcrackers, and ornaments.


Three Things You Shouldn’t Miss in Fountainville

What should you do while you’re in Fountainville? Visit a local winery? Play some golf? You’ll find several ways to pass the time and enjoy yourself in this small Pennsylvania town.


Vivat Alfa WineryThe Adamek family started developing this family-owned winery in 2007 with the purchase of a 12-acre farm. After several years of planning, planting, and preparation, the winery opened in 2013. They feature an assortment of artisan-crafted wines, provide tasting opportunities (including free wine tastings every weekend), and have a friendly, devoted staff.

Four Seasons Golf CenterAdd a little recreation and exercise into your visit to Fountainville with a bit of golf practice. Improve your swing on the driving range or take the kids for a round of mini-golf.

Peace Valley Nature CenterOne thing that is certainly not in short supply in this area of Pennsylvania is beautiful scenery and opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. The nearby Peace Valley Nature Center offers a living museum and educational activities and presentations. The center hosts events throughout the year, holds summer camps, and has several trails to explore.



Before heading to Fountainville, and the Bucks County area, take some time to plan your itinerary and maximize your time. Enjoy your visit!

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