Pine Grove Hall was built in 1900 as an Odd Fellows Hall. It has a long an interesting history. It operated under the name Old Oak Tavern since 1985 when Steve and Kathy Herr rescued the building from a state of condemnation. In the spring of 2020, ownership changed hands and a year was spent in renovating the building with the vision of offering locally sourced food, great cocktails and craft beer and a schedule of live music. The Covid-19 virus forced a slow down in opening and a new vision, ... Opening in June, 2020 for takeout food, beer & wine.
Vision - Mark Johnson, former chef for Elk Creek Cafe and Jess Glick, owner of J. Rose Bartending consulted with Liz throughout the project.
Renovation - Led by chief carpenter and all around guy, David Alexander. Jack of all trades, Ken Baxter. Other notables involved sharing their respective expertise to make it possible: Karen Caswell, Sapia, Sean Hershey, J. T. Berrena Mechanicals, Chip Wall, Ryan Wall, Charlie Boyer, Fred Weiss, Sam Christensen, Liam Jones, Will Jones, Olivia Jones and many others.
Chef - Tory Glossner
Sound & Lighting - Steve Christensen
Video & Livestreaming - Chris Younken
Dine in our stunningly restored 120 year-old former Odd Fellows Hall with it's beautiful mahogany back bar, hammered-copper tables and 1920's lighting. Chef Tory Glossner sources over 90% of his ingredients from the harvest of local farmers and purveyors.
With a seasonal menu focusing on modern American cuisine, each dish at Pine Grove Hall pays homage to the beauty and bounty of central Pennsylvania. Live music, craft cocktails, local beer and a carefully curated wine list makes for a unique and memorable experience.