Slightly off the beaten path, the Horse Inn restaurant has spent several generations striving to please its guests in Lancaster, PA. The main entrance was at one time on a narrow alleyway which, to this day, remains unnamed. In the early 1920s, the Shaub family renovated the second floor hayloft into a speakeasy. The original horse stalls were transported upstairs where wagon wheel chandeliers adorn the dining room.
The new owners of the Horse Inn, Matt and Starla Russell, have made several improvements to both the building and the menu. There are now two full bars and seating areas and a new, more accessible entrance on Fulton Street. Daily fresh ingredients and the use of local sources are crucial to Matt and Starla, who change the menu based on what is garden-fresh and in season. Don't worry; the infamous tenderloin tips on toast remain on the menu. The rich, brilliant dishes and one-of-a-kind cocktails will make you feel right at home.