If you haven’t been to Max Hansen’s Carversville Grocery, you’re definitely missing out. This delightful country store is tucked inside an old post office in a charming Bucks County setting that looks straight out of a postcard. Max Hansen, local son and successful caterer, owns the country store, where you can purchase locally roasted coffee, enjoy a homemade doughnut, and pick up to-go homemade meals. The Grocery also celebrates local products, from products from local farms to specialty products from local artists. Upstairs, the historic community hall has recently been refurbished and played host to a 35th high school reunion for the local high school in January.

Next time you’re in Bucks County and need to make a pit stop, visit Max Hansen’s Carversville Grocery for a taste of something better.


Then: The Salvation Army building, built from limestone blocks with stained-glass windows, ornate vaulted beams and hardwood accents in 1924, originally served as a charitable social service institution and was used to provide vital practical services to the poor, marginalized and underserved members of the community. 


Corporate leaders have long favored doing business on the golf course. Whether they’re spending a gorgeous day on the links, interacting with prospective clients or just talking shop over 18 holes, it’s a perfect opportunity to spend a few uninterrupted hours with colleagues or clients.