Featured Starter

~ Stuffed Pretzel Sticks ~

In the late 18th century, German immigrants introduced the pretzel to the North America. Many of those pretzel loving settlers ended up in Pennsylvania’s countryside where they became known as PA Dutch. Today, the average Philadelphian consumes 12 times as many pretzels as the national average!
Philadelphia Soft Pretzel Sticks, Blue Crab Cream Cheese Spread, Baked-On Cheddar Cheese, Old Bay Cheese Sauce $12.5

Sandwich Special

~ Chicken Pot Pie ~

The Pennsylvania Dutch version of pot pie is called ‘bot boi’ and is typically made with dumplings instead of crust. We elected to offer a more traditional pot pie this week, but are adding some local mushrooms to give this comfort food a Pennsylvania twist.
Shredded Chicken, Kennett Square Mushrooms, Peas, Carrots, Pearl Onions, Chicken Velouté, Puff Pastry Crust. Side House or Caesar Salad $17

Chester Springs Featured Draft

~ Pennsylvania Pilsners ~

Pennsylvania was home to both the earliest Czech and German settlers. Whether or not their ancestry influenced brewers hundreds of years later, one thing is for certain, Pennsylvania brews the best American pilsners in our entire nation! This week we feature a few of our favorites.
Stoudt’s Pils 4.7% (Adamstown) on tap to start the week, and Troeg’s Sunshine Pils 4.5% (Hershey) by the week’s end. $6.5

Kimberton Featured Draft

~ Tröegs Sunshine Pils ~

Pennsylvania was home to both the earliest Czech and German settlers and they influence brewers hundreds of years later. This Pilsner from Tröeg’s Brewery in Hershey Pa., won first place at the Pennsylvania Farm Show in 2019.
Notes of Flowering Herbs and Cut Straw with a Bright and Clean Finish 4.5% $6.5