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Shady Brook Farm, Yardley

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  • Lots of good food and drinks for purchase, but no outside food or drink allowed in. A reasonable $5 entrance fee is worth it. Lots of activities for the children to engage in while the adults hang out...  more »
  • They have unWINEd every Friday in the summer with food, drinks, live music and a bunch of things to keep the kids busy. Went here for the first time last weekend with our family and a bunch of other f...  more »
  • This is a farm store with fresh vegs and fruits, juices, milk and cheese. They sell so much more. Flowers, plants, cooking utensils. decorations, wines, candy, nuts, jams, jellies, nuts, meats, pies, ...  more »
  • Nice little market with all types of seaonsal stuff. Something decent going on year round. Great light display at Christmas time. You pay an entry fee and ride through in your car. They even have a radio station that plays Christmas music. Nice family place.
  • Super awesome place. Stopped by inside and ordered one of the best sandwiches I ever. Inside the store they have a garden nursery, a wine selection, and farm fresh foods. After, I went outside for the strawberry festival, which was also great. InmThe reason I'm giving it 4 instead of 5 is because the festival was pretty expensive. $10 a person to get in plus you had to pay per lb of strawberries. It was just me and boyfriend, we have no kids so we didn't do any of the children activities they had in the festival but still had to pay that high entrance fee.
  • I use to take my son here almost 20 years ago and loved its quaint environment. While it's not so intimate any more, it's lovely. We enjoyed a nice night of live music, food, and wine and beer. The price of wine by the glass was steep. You're better off buying by the bottle. Only other thing I'd improve is the number of people serving the alcohol. It was a long wait.
  • Love this place! Lots of fun family activities throughout the year. The Christmas light show is a yearly family tradition not to be missed! Market & deli are great too. Nice playdate spot for younger kids at the playground.
  • Best fruit, veggies and pies around! Holiday light shows and attractions are like none other. This is a great place to visit with your family, especially if you have children.