This was a restaurant that I had listed to try from reading Trip Advisor reviews while planning our vacation to the area. It is easy seen with it's red roof A frame building, and accessed on Bridge Street heading into town of Lehighton or Jim Thorpe on the right after the light. There is a parking lot on both sides of it. It is CLOSED on MONDAYS, we found out after driving there and seeing no one in the parking lot. There is a nice covered side outdoor eating area. The sun really beats down on the building and location in the early evening. We ate dinner inside as it was 90+ the weekday we were in the area. The restaurant dining area is small and rustic with wooden tables and chairs, wood walls and a beautiful wood bar. There were some interesting yarn sculpted hangings on the wall and a couple of TVs at the bar that were quiet. They are known for their wide variety of trendy/pricey craft beers, some of which are made in-house. There are no commercial beers offered. You are able to sample them in a small plastic cup if desired before you order. I wanted to try this cute little place specifically for some items mentioned in previous Trip Advisor reviews, the halupki , haluski and the loaded tater tots. I ended up with the halupki which was large, very tender and was covered in a tomato sauce ($3.79). It was hot, homemade and filling but the meat was a little mushy and bland. I also opted for the Smoked Macaroni and Cheese with aged cheddar, kielbasa slices and smoked bacon ($6.99) which was to die for! SO good and unique! Our other order was a Chicken Cheesesteak with Chips. The chicken was chopped chicken with a red sauce on a hoagie roll ($7.99) It was also hot and fresh but a little bland on flavor. We had never heard of a Chicken Cheesesteak! The server was the only employee there waiting on us and a few guys at the bar. She was energetic, very friendly and welcoming.
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