Pennsylvania April 15, 2017
This Old-Fashioned Restaurant In Pennsylvania Sits In A Pharmacy
Walk through the front doors of Hinkle’s Pharmacy in Columbia and you just might feel as though you’ve entered a bygone era. Pick up your prescriptions or spend some time browsing the eclectic items of the pharmacy’s gift shop. But, don’t leave without stopping at this old-fashioned restaurant in Pennsylvania that just might be the centerpiece of this quaint pharmacy.
Sat on the corner of Locust and Third Streets in Columbia, Hinkle's Pharmacy - at first glance - looks like a traditional pharmacy. But, within the historic pharmacy, dating back to 1893, lives a century-long tradition...
Hinkle's Restaurant, which has served customers since the pharmacy first opened its doors. Back then diners would sit on one of the 10 stools around the counter to indulge in an ice cream or soda treat or to fill up on a hearty sandwich.
Today, you can grab a seat at one of the 13 cozy booths or sit on one of 36 stools around the counter with other guests for a real old-fashioned dining experience.
Enjoy a milkshake, an ice cream soda, or an ice cream float as you peruse the impressive menu that features breakfast, lunch, and dinner items, including...
Hearty sandwiches, steak, seafood, chicken, and Italian entrees. The quaint restaurant also features daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner specials as well as All-You-Care-To-Eat Specials, such as tacos on Tuesdays.
Save room for or just start with a scrumptious dessert - an ice cream sundae, dips of ice cream, or pudding.
Indulge in a leisurely Sunday breakfast at Hinkle's Restaurant, which also features a kid's menu and offers catering services.
Sip a delicious cup of hot coffee when you visit Hinkle's Restaurant Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday from 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
261 Locust Street
Columbia, PA 17512
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Experience an old-time American tradition when you visit this quaint restaurant in Pennsylvania. And, if you like restaurants with a long history, plan a trip to the
Victor Cafe in Philadelphia.