Many from the local community remember when the property where the Café stands was owned by Edgar Landis. Edgar had a small butcher shop and sold PA Dutch homestyle foods. Landis Supermarket ran the small grocery store/deli that stood beside Edgar’s. Marcho eventually purchased the property and evolved the market into the Café restaurant/ convenience store. When Marcho decided to close the Cafe in 2013, Andrew and Pam saw an opportunity to expand their already thriving business at the Towne and branch out into a new territory. The community was happy to have their meeting place saved.
The restaurant serves breakfast and lunch only, Monday thru Saturday serving diner style American cuisine with a Pennsylvania Dutch flair. 240 seats and 18 counter seats accommodate everyone from the single walk in, to business meetings, parties, large gatherings and private rentals and onsite buffet meals.
The market/store is for anyone seeking “grab and go” convenience. Coffee, Hot Sandwiches from the Grill, Hoagies, Wraps, Salads, Hot Soup and Chili, Soda, Water, Smoothies, Milkshakes, etc… The staff can also take menu to-go orders by walk in or phone call.
From Andy and Pam:
As business owners in a small community we strive to run our business in a moral and ethical manner. We are citizens of the community raising our family to be participants in the world around them. We are thankful for our staff who continues day after day to be welcoming and friendly and treat those around them with dignity and respect.
Everyone is welcome to join our family at the Cafe!
It is our goal that this business is an extension of our home. We look forward to meeting you. Let us know if it is your first time visiting so that we can tell you about the features of our menu and services and say “Hello!”