McCoole’s at the Red Lion Inn2021-07-13T11:37:01-04:00

McCoole’s at the Red Lion Inn

4 S MAIN ST   //   QUAKERTOWN
215.538.1776   //   http://mccoolesredlioninn.com
  • American
  //   LUNCH, DINNER
  • Gluten Free
  • Kid's Menu
  • Vegan Options
  • Outdoor Seating Area
  • BYOB
  • Full Bar
  • Private Party Room

A framework of handsome 18th century character showcases contemporary hospitality, presenting beautifully prepared regional American-to-global tastes at affordable prices. Revamping a broad choice of small plates and pub fare – scratch-made soups, salads, and burgers and much more – and responsibly sourced meat and seafood main dishes every few weeks keeps the menu intriguing and mouthwatering. Recently introduced Rio Grande Flank Steak, marinated and grilled to order, puts a spotlight on juicy beef that’s paired with chorizo dirty rice, a sunny-side-up local duck egg, and zesty house-made ranchero sauce.

Since proper libations are a centuries-old tradition here, spirits encompass cocktails prepped with fresh juices and premise-grown herbs, carefully curated wines, and rotating draft beers that star house-brand Red Lion craft brews and a potent cider made with heirloom apples and a historic recipe. 

special diet menu item
Fabulous flavors harmonize with gluten aversion in a Spring Halibut feature entrée that pairs a 6-ounce pan-seared filet with rich cauliflower purée and a lemony medley of asparagus, ramps, fiddleheads, and shallots, all brightened with a green olive tapenade.

the ambiance
Bask in the warmth of a colonial tavern, share an intimate hearthside meal, get sociable in The Martini Lounge, or head outside to a dog-friendly patio with live acoustic music on Friday and Saturday. The adjacent Arts & Events Place presents live comedy shows and hosts weddings or private parties, all with adaptable menus.

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