For breakfast, we are featuring several new omelet choices including the Lancaster and the Farmer’s omelet, both showcasing oven roasted tomatoes. For lunch, we have added a smoked pork BBQ sandwich and platter, both featuring house smoked pork shoulder.
(PRWEB) May 26, 2016
The Fulton Steamboat Inn and Huckleberry’s Restaurant and Tavern are pleased to present new menu items as it welcomes a new chef, Gary. Huckleberry’s Restaurant and Tavern promises guests delectable dishes served up daily in a charming, friendly atmosphere right inside the Inn – no need to search the countryside to find local favorites and fresh signature dishes. Garden-fresh local ingredients are featured in a wide range of choices sure to please guests of all ages.
The new menu showcases Lancaster Favorites, including the Lancaster County Omelet, a delicious offering with smoked bacon, feta cheese, spinach, mushrooms, and oven-dried tomatoes. At lunch, guests can enjoy the new pulled pork sandwich featuring tender pulled pork in the chef’s signature BBQ sauce served on toasted brioche with a plentiful side of fries. Guests can also try the classic grilled ham and cheese with Lancaster County ham and cheddar, grilled on scrumptious whole wheat, served with tomato bisque. At dinner, Huckleberry’s newest addition is the mouthwatering 12 ounce New York Strip, a beautiful center cut grilled to perfection. Of course, the guests’ favorite, Crab Cakes Dijonnaise remains. These delicious Chesapeake jumbo lump crab cakes are served with the Chef’s legendary Dijonnaise.
Huckleberry’s Restaurant and Tavern, inside of the Fulton Steamboat Inn, sits at the junction of Routes 30 and 896 in lovely Lancaster, Pennsylvania, the perfect location for locals and travelers to enjoy. Nearby, guests will enjoy visits to the Strasburg Rail Road, the Sight and Sound Millennium Theatre, outlets galore and Dutch Wonderland. Before and after a day of enjoying the fun of Lancaster, Huckleberry’s is the perfect place to relax with breakfast, lunch, or dinner, in the convenience of the Inn.
The Fulton Steamboat Inn honors steamboat innovator Robert Fulton with a unique blend of nautical and Victorian décor, featuring accommodations “aboard” the promenade, the observation deck, or the sun deck (for guests over 16 years of age). The Inn, along with Huckleberry’s Restaurant and Tavern, promise excellent accommodation and superior service to which multiple Trip Advisor Awards attest.
"For breakfast, we are featuring several new omelet choices including the Lancaster and the Farmer’s omelet, both showcasing oven roasted tomatoes. For lunch, we have added a smoked pork BBQ sandwich and platter, both featuring house smoked pork shoulder. For dinner, we have included delectable New York strip steak and Sirloin steak as choices. We have also added three additional draft beer choices and a wide variety of liquors and beers by the bottle. In addition, we are also running drink specials daily and desserts weekly." - Joseph Chiccarine, General Manager.
The Fulton Steamboat Inn is delighted to share its new menu offerings and welcome new chef, Gary to the award winning Huckleberry’s Restaurant and Tavern.
Visit The Fulton Steamboat Inn featuring Huckleberry’s Restaurant and Tavern today at http://www.FultonSteamboatInn.com, where you will find a wonderful selection of distinctive guestrooms, exceptional hospitality, and delectable dining.
Bio: The Fulton Steamboat Inn is designed to simulate a 19th century steamboat complete with ‘decks’ featuring nautical and Victorian themes as a tribute to Robert Fulton. The onsite Huckleberry’s Restaurant and Tavern carries on the charming theme serving up signature dishes made with fresh local ingredients. The award winning Inn and Restaurant strive to deliver unmatched hospitality conveyed by a friendly and accommodating staff to each and every guest.