The sign says it all!
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Horsham Township Council approves a beer-only liquor license for Lee's Hoagie House.
The owner of Lee’s Hoagie House is hoping beer drinkers will find a home at the Route 611 eatery. Jon Waxman, who has owned the sandwich shop for three and a half years, got unanimous approval Wednesday night from Horsham Township Council to transfer a beer-only liquor license from a Lansdale establishment to his business. Waxman is hoping the license, which he bought for $125,000, will be a shot in the arm for the sandwich shop. “Economically, it’s definitely been a struggle,” Waxman said, noting that military from the all-but-shuttered Willow Grove air base had made up a large portion of his regular customers. “Twenty-five percent of our business used to be from them.” Waxman began working at the Abington Lee’s Hoagie House in 1982 and …
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
Crack open a cold beer, Hatboro-Horsham.
1. Open a cold one (if you’re 21) at Edibles Restaurant and Pub. With more than 20 beers to choose from, your hot summer just got cooler. 2. Summer is also a time for tomatoes. If you grow the ripest tomatoes that are big and juicy, then enter it in the Heaviest Tomato Contest today at 9 a.m. 3. If you are into brewing your own beer, here is an article that covers the basis of home brewing. Anything from the grain to the malt is covered and it is the most in-depth look at brewing beer. 4. Recipe: Sundry those tomatoes add beer and make this delicious bread for the best sandwich you have ever had. (How to sundry tomatoes) 5. Beer is no longer for rowdy hooligans and unsophisticated drunks. Beer aficionados can enjoy with this Web site.
Friday, July 8, 2011
Just in time for summer, the Horsham eatery features outdoor tables under a covered patio.
As far back as I can remember Otto’s Brauhaus has been there, a mile north of the turnpike, on busy Easton Road, even before the Days Inn was erected next door. Indeed, it was founded in 1934, more than 75 years ago! Though it changed ownership only a few years ago, the new owners were smart enough to make this change invisible. The menu, the chefs, the longtime hostess, the serving staff, and the restaurant’s interior are largely intact, thereby holding on to Otto’s large, longtime following. Otto's offers four dining areas to choose from: a light airy room with big bay windows, a darker central dining room, a cozy atmospheric bar decorated with hanging moose heads and shelves of beer steins, and an unusually large canopy-covered and tree…