The Bucks Club, formally the Bucks County Country Club, in Jameson, Pa., has a new name and is under new ownership. All of its offerings, including a new restaurant, a 22,000-sq. ft. clubhouse, a fitness center, pool, 18-hole golf course, and a day spa, are now open to the public for daily use. The club also offers more extensive membership packages.
“My goal in renovating the club is to make it even more warm and inviting, with state-of-the-art equipment and a family atmosphere. We want The Bucks Club to be the area’s one-stop shop for affordable fitness, relaxation, dining and fun—whenever people want a place to go, whether it’s a ‘daycation’ or on a daily basis,” says Michael Feite, the club’s new managing partner.
Feite has hired Executive Chef Anthony Kryzwicki to provide the culinary vision, and John O’Neil to serve as the restaurant’s General Manager. The restaurant will feature 11 different beers on tap, including local offerings and hand-crafted micro-brews, five 50-inch plasma televisions, and a new state-of-the-art sound system.
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