We got off I-80 because of the "Historic Brookville" signs. At the exit are a plethora of the usual places at Interstate exits but about two miles away is the very nice downtown of Brookville including its distinctive courthouse and this restaurant directly across the street from it. The dining room is in a storefront first floor; the pub (which we did not visit) is in the basement. The dining room was reminiscent of something from the 1920s to the 1940s - well preserved tin ceiling, oil cloth table covers and painted dining room chairs of that era.
The menu has the usual hamburgers, french fries, Italian, Mexican kind of stuff you would expect but also quite a few Mediterranean (Greek-Turkish) items. I had "feta a funo" appetizer. This is a lunch size portion of feta cheese and vegetables, principally tomatoes and peppers, in a light oil and vinegar sauce accompanied by fresh pita bread triangles. It was distinctive and delicious. My wife had a very light chicken salad sandwiches.accentuated with peach flavors. Central PA is renowned for corn soup and this place did not disappoint with its crab chicken version. It was very enjoyable. We will go back again when we travel that way.
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