Craft Beer Spotlight- Austrian Village Restaurant
The dream of Gottlieb and Lotte Burits was realized in 1972. They opened the Austrian Village Restaurant on Huntingdon Pike in Rockledge, PA. Long known for having great German food, they remain a popular destination for schnitzel, spaetzli and rouladens
A glance at the menu shows Reuben, Kaiser and Tiroler sandwiches plus cheesesteaks, burgers and child friendly fare… chicken fingers, hot dogs, grilled cheese sammies. You should, however, make it a point to go at dinner and partake of The Farmers Feast. A sample platter of knockwurst, boneless pork loin and smoked butt. If you’re really hunger, the Farmers Feast Special is the way to go. It is a plentiful dish for those with voracious appetites.
You’ll need some tasty beers to wash down the meal. The Austrian Village has 9 taps featuring Warsteiner, Hoffbrau, Dinkelacker and domestic brands including on a regular rotation of Neshaminy Creek Brewing beers!