Welcome to The Summit Restaurant and B&B.
Formally the Blue Mountain Restaurant, the facility was built circa 1925, and while the eating facility changed hands several times, it was best known for its German-American fare through the last part of the 20th Century when the Dietrich family opened it as “Gambrinus,” a European folk hero known for his joviality and often referred to as the King of Beer. We hope to pay tribute to past ownerships, and our Pennsylvania Dutch community, with our menu. We hope you’ll stop in for food, drink, and a good time. Memories abound in this cozy, homey restaurant and it’s beautiful for acre surroundings. Perhaps, you’ll even encounter the “ghost” that many locals believe haunts the dining room and purportedly sits at the first booth on the left. Maybe it’s the ghost of old Gambrinus himself keeping a watchful eye over patrons and servers alike. Join us for the best food; the best times of your life.