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The Inn at Phillip’s Mill: Bucks County History

December 17, 2014 1:04 pm

Located in a historic 18th-century stone barn, a meal at The Inn at Phillip’s Mill offers French country fare in a lovely, rustic setting right in Bucks County. The romantic dining room has a flickering fireplace in winter, or you can sit out on the flower bedecked patio in the warm months. An enclosed terrace offers year-round dining.

Sumptuous starters at this New Hope restaurant include Crab Cake Remoulade, Trio of Smoked Seafood with dill crème fraiche, Almond-Dusted Brie with Mandarin orange reduction, and Roasted Vegetables Napoleon. Braised Pork Tenderloin with fig cream, Veal Medallions Nicoise, Filet of Beef with bleu cheese butter, Poached Salmon Florentine, Dry-Rubbed Black Angus Strip Steak, and Sesame Crusted Tuna with lemon soy vinaigrette are among the entrees offered.

The Inn at Phillip's Mill
2590 River Road
New Hope, PA 18938
(215) 862-2984

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Happy Holidays!

December 15, 2014 12:14 pm

We wish you and your loved ones all a very happy and safe holiday season.

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Fire Safety

December 15, 2014 11:01 am

The Major Causes of Fires in the Home

Most home fires start:

  • When ashtrays are emptied before smoldering materials are completely out or when cigarette butts are dropped on or near a porch or patio.
  • When people fall asleep smoking, either in bed or a comfortable chair, especially after consuming alcohol or taking medication.
  • In the kitchen while cooking.
  • Near heating appliances, such as space heaters, and around fireplaces.

Children Are Naturally Curious About Fire

  • Teach all family members how and when to call 911.
  • Teach young children that fire and fire tools are for grownups.
  • Keep matches and lighters out of reach in high and, ideally, locked cabinets.
  • Ask children to come to you when they discover matches or lighters.
  • Teach older children proper techniques, such as how to keep the area around space heaters and fireplaces clear and the proper use of a fire alarm.
  • Set a good example for all children. Use matches, lighters and fire carefully. Keep your home fire safe.

Fire Can Spread Quickly – Protect Your Family

  • Keep a fire extinguisher under the kitchen sink. For as little as $10, they can save lives. Fire extinguishers can be purchased at discount stores, Home Depot, Lowes or other hardware stores.
  • Never leave stoves, candles, space heaters or fireplaces unattended.
  • Inspect your home regularly for fire hazards.
  • Respect fire and teach your children to respect it too.
  • Practice an escape plan with your family, have two ways out of every room.

Your Family’s Escape Plan

  1. Immediately leave the apartment.
  2. Make sure everyone knows two ways out of the building.
  3. Feel each door – is there fire on the other side?
  4. Have an arranged meeting place outside.
  5. Once you’re out, stay out.

Never Re-enter!

If someone is missing, it is critically important that you tell this to arriving firefighters. Tell them who and how many people are missing and where they were last seen. Do not go back in to try to find those missing – they may have escaped another way and without a firefighter’s breathing apparatus, you are likely to succumb to smoke and hot gasses.

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