Tuesdays in October at The Brick Tavern Inn Raised Breast Cancer Awareness and Benefited St. Luke’s Regional Breast Center
Quakertown, PA (11/16/2009) - It’s no wonder why patrons of The Brick Tavern Inn on Old Bethlehem Pike in Quakertown choose to dine there. Good food and conversation have been the tradition there for nearly 200 years. But on Tuesdays in October, patrons also dined at the Inn for another excellent reason – to support breast cancer awareness.
Every Tuesday in October, The Brick Tavern Inn set aside ten percent of the proceeds from all sales during lunch, dinner and tavern sales for St. Luke’s Regional Breast Center in Center Valley. The Inn’s efforts netted $1225 to support the work of the Center. Read more...
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“We found several members of our group sitting in the Brick Tavern’s cozy little bar. Partitioned off from the dining area by beautiful wood paneling and etched, frosted glass, it is the perfect spot to try one of the many martini offerings like “Caramel Apple Pie” or “Sparkling Appeltini,” or one of the 16 beers and ales from around the world that are always on tap.”
“Listening to the melodious playing of Gene Galligan [on piano], and studying the extensive wine list kept us well entertained until the main course arrived.”
“In fact, it was the superior quality of the crabmeat that made many of the dishes seem special, from the fork-tender Veal Oscar to the melt-in-your-mouth crab cake seasoned with Old Bay that accompanied my seafood platter.”