The Irish Rover Station House, known as a family-friendly, neighborhood restaurant and bar in Penndel since the last 1970s, has moved close by to 1033 S. Bellevue Avenue in Langhorne.
“Thanks to our loyal, longstanding customers, in addition to our continuous stream of new patrons over the years, we outgrew our former location,” says Tracey Crouse, Irish Rover Station House owner, along with partner, Ray Crouse.
Although the new location still offers the same menu served by many of the same waiters and waitresses you’ve known for years, it is a significantly larger venue capable of providing additional features and services.
The Irish Rover Station House now has a banquet room, called The Irish Rover Station House Inn, which accommodates up to 100 people. “We offer a full in-house catering menu with lot of choices,” adds Tracy. “Consider having your next special event or holiday party here.”
You also have the option of ordering party trays and platters from the Irish Rover Station House if you prefer to host your party at home.
The Irish Rover Station House’s increased size provides more open space, so it now has room for shuffleboard and more TVs throughout the restaurant and bar area. Plus, it has additional seating. It purposely has no booths; only tables that can be easily pushed together to handle large parties.
It continues to serve everything from burgers to steaks every day.
“As always, our food is prepared fresh daily on the premises using the finest quality ingredients,” says Tracey. “We offer generous portions of good quality food.”
Plus, the Irish Rover Station House now offers some homemade desserts.
Different specials are offered everyday. For example, Wednesday night’s special is crab legs. Early Bird Specials are still available Mondays through Thursdays from 4:00pm until 6:00pm. “Enjoy smaller portions at lower prices,” suggests Tracy.
Another addition is the large variety of 23 beers on tap, including craft and microbrews. Its Happy Hours are weekdays from 5:00pm until 7:00pm. During this time, you’ll receive 75 cents off of beer and well drinks, $4 per glass of wine and appetizer specials.
Another popular addition to the Irish Rover is its live bands every Saturday night. Plus, it sometimes offers a DJ or duos on Thursdays and Fridays, and Open Mic Night on Tuesdays.
When the weather gets warmer, you can look forward to eating or drinking outside on the patio, still another new feature at the Irish Rover Station House.
“Regardless of where the Irish Rover is located, it continues to be a favorite neighborhood hangout,” says Tracy. “Unlike most chain restaurants, this is a family-owned and operated establishment that offers a friendly atmosphere where you can catch up with people you know and make new friends as well.”
Children are welcome if accompanied with adults up until 9:00pm.
If you’re taking the train home from work and don’t feel like cooking, come in to take out dinner. Six-packs are also available for take-out.
The Irish Rover Station House is open every day of the week from 11:00am until 2:00am. Come by and find out why it was voted Best of Bucks Restaurant and Pub 2013.
For additional information call 215-970-5412 or visit www.irishroverstationhouse.com.
PHOTO CAP: Katelyn Burgess (left) and Lauren Hoffman, two members of the wait staff at the Irish Rover Station House