Many restaurants offer a Sunday brunch BUT few offer a great variety of finely brewed beer and all-natural vitteles.
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My girlfriend and I just went here for lunch and I was sincerely impressed! She is a local and swears by this place! The atmosphere feels like your average bar/restaurant and includes a small stage that occasionally hosts live band performances, from what I'm told....More
Right there, in Milheim....don't blink, or you'll pass it. But make sure you don't blink, because you won't want to miss it. What a great place. Good was very good; had the run special. Dry rubbed; very meaty. They brew their own, with a surprising...More
Food was ok, not super great. Don't order a mix drink (I'm not a beer girl) I had a vodka (?) pomagranit, ginger something.......if it had vodka in it I didn't taste it, it was in this little 4 or 5 oz. glass, the server...More
Our daughter, son-in-law and granddaughter took us the the Elk Creek while we were visiting them in PA. We loved the atmosphere and we loved the food. We had the fish and chips, the grass fed beef burger, salad and duck. It was all delicious....More
Nice assortment of beers on tap that pleased the beer drinkers . Had the Roasted veggie salad and it was wonderful. Special Reubin sandwich was ok but the corned beef was overcooked and too chewy. Good service.
While a wonderful addition to the community and a fine place overall, be aware that the Vegan Tagine offers nothing more than the vegetable side dish for an entrée. The meal was uninspired, code and unsatisfying. I am getting the impression that the Elk Creek...More
This is a go to destination for central PA. Tucked in a small but vibrant town, Elk Creek Cafe and Aleworks offers something for everyone. "Pub Hangs" on Thursdays with local/regional musicians (my favorite Poe Valley Troubadors are regulars), some great national acts on Saturday...More