Hofbrauhaus – A German Delight!

Hofbrauhaus Pub & Eatery
Route 30
Abbottstown, Pennsylvania
submitted by: “wendyvee”

wendyvee says:
I have been to the Hofbrauhaus in Abbottstown, Pennsylvania several times … and I had the pleasure of visiting once again yesterday for lunch with friends.

South Central Pennsylvania has an abundance of “Pennsylvania Dutch” (Amish-influenced cuisine); but there are few options for authentic Bavarian food. The Hofbrauhaus is one of them. Their menu features an assortment of traditional German dishes and a large variety of beer and wine selections.

The Hofbrauhaus was established in 1958 — and the design and decor echoes that time period. The age-mellowed paneling, along with German knickknacks, art, and furnishings almost make you feel like you’ve stepped through a time machine. No boring muzak at the Hofbrauhaus – you’ll enjoy German music (at a tasteful volume) and the waitresses even wear traditional dirndl dresses!

I didn’t have time to run into the lounge for additonal pics … I’ll add those after my next trip!

Visit The Hofbrauhaus online for menus, directions, and history

The outside of the building has almost as many decorations as the inside 🙂

I love the restroom doors – part Mad Men/part Hee-Haw!

3 Responses to “Hofbrauhaus – A German Delight!”

  1. […] but I finally made us stop and go inside when fellow roadblogger and swell gal WendyVee of Roadside Wonders posted her photos of the Hofbrau Haus. After seeing her photos we couldn’t wait to see the interior for […]

  2. Chris says:

    It is a great regret that I have not eaten at this restaurant yet, which is crazy given the fact that I’ve spent a combined 16+ years of my life living in York or Adams county. I think the problem is that while I love this kind of food, the rest of my family doesn’t. So I’m going to have to go it alone if I’m really keen on getting there.

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