Pennsylvania December 18, 2016
Visit The Unique Diner In Pennsylvania That Used To Be A Railcar
A delicious meal may stay fresh in your mind for awhile, at least until you eat another mouthwatering entree. But, when dining out becomes an experience, rather than just a meal, you’re likely to remember it much longer. Embrace a different dining experience when you visit this unique restaurant in Pennsylvania that used to be a railcar.
At first glance you might mistake the Depot at Doolittle's for an old-fashioned train station.
Feel the nostalgia for a simpler time wash over you as you take a moment to survey the scene, including stationary railcars, before you head inside for a truly unique dining experience.
Step inside The Depot at Doolittle's, which offers two delightfully delicious options: The Diner Car, a traditional 1950's diner, and the Parlor Car, a fine dining experience.
A lifelike statue of Elvis will greet you at the entrance of the 50's Diner Car, a 1947 passenger car, cheerfully decorated for the Christmas season.
Peruse the songs listed on the jukebox to find the one that will add just the right ambiance to your meal.
The Diner Car's menu features traditional entrees, including fried chicken, meat loaf, and hot roast beef. If you prefer something lighter, browse the appetizers, sandwiches, salads, and sides.
Of course, save room for dessert, such as the scrumptious Trainwreck Brownie Sundae. Or, indulge in an old-fashioned milkshake or root beer float.
For a farm to table dining experience, head to the Parlor Car, set in an authentic 1913 parlor car, where you'll discover a menu that features starters and small plates, including oyster bisque and grilled scallops.
Bring your favorite alcoholic beverage to this BYOB establishment to enjoy as you dine on a delectable entree, such as the strip steak, the chicken picatta, or the filet mignon.
The Depot at Doolittle's also offers catering and take out. If you visit on a lovely afternoon, take advantage of the breezy outdoor seating. Guests may also want to play a game of mini golf or an old-fashioned arcade game and...
Soon guests will be able to enhance their experience at the Depot at Doolittle's by staying in one of the charming cabooses, including a 1901 Pullman Palace Car that once carried Teddy Roosevelt. The new bed and breakfast is set to open in 2017.
Other upcoming features will also include a pizza car and a nano brewery with opening dates not yet announced.
Browse the souvenirs before leaving the Depot at Doolittle's as you plan your return visit.
The Diner Car welcomes guests Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. while The Parlor Car is open Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
1290 Rich Highway
DuBois, PA 15801
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