Behind the twists and turns of old roads tucked into the Pennsylvania mountainside, The Tavern welcomes weary adventurers in search of something new. The walls are paneled with individually selected planks of sun-tanned poplar.
Days painstakingly spent in the hot summer sun flipping the planks ever half hour left each piece with a rich, golden brown patina, and warmth that radiates through the entire structure. Fully stocked and wired for sound, The Tavern has the modern convenience and rustic charm every explorer needs to return to, or set out from.
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There is no better excuse to leave the house than to toy around with your very own Tavern. Built for enjoy the company of family and friends.
Oak was used for the floors and ceiling joists. Poplar was used on the wall to create the rich golden and brown tones. However, the poplar boards were tanned in the sun to create the gold coloring.
An old window salvaged from the Ethical Society on Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia was made into a photo display.
Sized for intimate gatherings, this tavern is not encumbered by its quaint size. The tavern has hosted numerous gathering of over 40 people with caterers, bar tenders, and live music. It has created quite the stir. But totally worth it!