"When the new film 'The Upside' opens on Friday, local theatergoers will recognize more than just the streets of Philadelphia on the screen. The historic Black Bass Hotel in Lumberville was the location of scenes for the film, which is the story of a wealthy quadriplegic who chooses a parolee as his caregiver, leading to an unlikely friendship."
The Upside, featuring Bryan Cranston, Kevin Hart and Nicole Kidman, had several scenes filmed at The Black Bass in 2017. Inspired by a true story, The Upside is a heartfelt comedy about a recently paroled ex-convict (Kevin Hart) who strikes up an unusual and unlikely friendship with a paralyzed billionaire (Bryan Cranston). The film will be in theaters on Friday, January 11, 2019 - click the link to view more photos!
Please note: we will be offering a limited in-between Tavern Menu on Friday, December 21st and Friday, December 28th. We will not have an in-between menu on Saturday, December 22nd through Monday, December 24th or Saturday, December 29th through Monday, January 1st. We appreciate your understanding and wish you a happy holiday!
We're thrilled to be featured in Well-Behaved Taverns Seldom Make History by M. Diane McCormick! The 312-page book spotlights the heroes and scoundrels of the American Revolution, Whiskey Rebellion, the boozy Fries Rebellion, the tumultuous Canal Era, the Underground Railroad, the Battle of Gettysburg and the making of the movie “Gettysburg,” the Molly Maguires, and Prohibition.
"I’m in a different world.
But I’m only 47 miles from Philadelphia and 70 miles from Manhattan. So idyllic, it feels like a million miles from anywhere. [...] Legend has it that Washington did NOT sleep here at The Black Bass because the proprietors of the Inn were loyal to the Crown. Too bad for Washington, because it’s a beautiful place! Comfortable suites, award-winning restaurant and a perfect location for exploring this lovely part of America."
We're thrilled to have been included in Open Table's new list of 100 Most Scenic Restaurants in America! "Featuring breathtaking views from coast to coast, the restaurants featured on the list offer the perfect backdrop for any occasion," Open Table said about its new list.
Sunday, April 29th - Saturday, May 5th
Bucks County now has a countywide restaurant week — a first for the suburban county. Several of Bucks County's towns have their own restaurant weeks throughout the year, but this is the first countywide restaurant week, encompassing all 604 square miles of the suburban county, according to Paul Bencivengo, vice president of Visit Bucks County.
"Bucks County has an amazing culinary and beverage scene," Bencivengo said. "We see food as a travel motivator, and the timing fits perfectly with all the breweries, wineries and distilleries now open in Bucks County." Bucks County Restaurant Week also leads right into tourism season, or April 29 through May 5, he said.
Make your reservations today!
We're excited to have been selected for the OpenTable Diners' Choice Awards! According to OpenTable, we're loved for our scenic view, ambiance, outdoor dining and great brunch.
Save the Date: Sunday, March 18th - Friday, March 23rd
The Black Bass is pleased to be participating in Delaware River Towns Restaurant Week again this year! Once again, we’re extending the event through Friday and are adding a fourth course. Reservations are highly recommended.
As of January 8, The Black Bass will be closed Monday - Thursday through the month of January. We appreciate your understanding and thank you for your patience.
Throw on your best tartan and join us on Friday, January 26th from 6:30 - 10:30 pm to celebrate the life of Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns. Enjoy an evening of authentic food and music, witty poetry, and plenty of (included) whisky to fuel the revelry. Reservations are required, so call (215) 297-9260 to reserve your spot today!