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Pineville Tavern debuting new chef, new menu, new greenhouse


With the Pineville Tavern’s launch of its new winter menu Jan. 6, Bucks County foodies won’t have far to travel to experience a top chef who has been celebrated in the regional and national press for the past two decades.
Matthew Levin, the former executive chef at Lacroix in the Rittenhouse Hotel (2006-2009) and most recently, culinary director of Brûlée Catering, is now commanding the kitchen at the historic landmark, and is inspired to elevate the menu while honoring the classics that have sustained it for the past 280 years.
“I’m cooking the food I love to eat,” said Levin. “... I’m excited to launch this new menu and share what I love with our guests.”

“You’ll still find our classics, but we’re putting a fresh new twist on some of the Pineville Tavern’s favorites,” explained owner Andrew Abruzzese.
Completion of a temperature-controlled 2,250-square-foot permanent garden greenhouse structure that seats 70 guests or can accommodate 100 for a stand-up cocktail party, designed by Renny Reynolds of Hortulus Farm Garden & Nursery, is expected in February for year-round alfresco dining.
The Pineville Tavern, 1098 Durham Road in Pineville, is open seven days a week. Call 215-598-3890 or visit online.