This Schuylkill County landmark first opened in 1890 as an eatery and hotel. Today, the hotel portion of the business is no longer in service, but the restaurant is still thriving.
Quality, value, and variety are major reasons why the McKeansburg Hotel, Bar & Restaurant has lasted for so many years. The setting in here is old-fashioned and helps to set a welcoming mood.
Mouthwatering appetizers like stuffed mushrooms and shrimp and crab fromage grace the menu. Seafood is quite popular, with stuffed haddock and pan-seared scallops as dinner options.
Poultry dishes are also offered, some of which include chicken Marsala and roasted turkey. Veal is also available to order. If you’re still not sold, delicious bruschetta chicken pasta, sandwiches, wraps, and paninis are also up for grabs.