Pennsylvania April 12, 2018
This Small Town Pennsylvania Pub Has Some Of The Best Food In The Mid-Atlantic
Sometimes nothing hits the spot like a delicious, homemade meal. Add a cozy atmosphere, almost like home, and you’ve hit a culinary home run, right? Some of the best places to find a top-notch meal, lively conversation, and that homey feel are traditional pubs. Selin’s Grove Brewing Co, a Pennsylvania pub, is just one of the many charming pubs that dot the Pennsylvania landscape.
Pull up a chair at the cozy Selin's Grove Brewing Co. The quaint pub features 45 indoor seats and 20 seats on the outdoor patio. Even better? The patio is pup-friendly.
Wherever you sit, you're certain to feel right at home at this Pennsylvania pub that has been serving delicious food
and drinks since 1996.
Nestled in an historic building that dates back to 1816, Selin's Grove Brewing Co. is owned and operated by Heather and Steve Leason.
Kick back and enjoy a draft beer while browsing the eclectic menu that offers options for carnivores, vegetarians,
In the mood for a traditional pub appetizer? Opt for the hummus plate, soft pretzels, or vegetarian chili.
Or, perhaps you'd prefer a fresh salad? Top your salad - such as the taco or the chef - with one of the pub's homemade dressings. Ranch, blue cheese, honey mustard, and Greek are among the choices.
Of course, sometimes a hearty sandwich just hits the spot. You'll have plenty of choices at this charming pub - from pastrami and roast beef to a B.L.T. and the curried chicken sandwich.
Craving something sweet? Then, order from the scrumptious dessert menu. Options include the dessert of the day or Asher's Chocolate Covered Pretzels. Love old-fashioned root beer floats? You'll love 'em even more after trying one with Selin's Grove Brewing Co.'s very own root beer.
Selin's Grove Brewing Co. is open Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to midnight, and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Selin’s Grove Brewing Co.
121 North Market Street
Selinsgrove, PA 17870
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