The brick oven, antique bar, and wood-fired grill not only created a warm and inviting atmosphere, but the aroma was literally captivating. While exploring the old building that houses the Lebanon Farmer’s Market, we were thrilled to discover The Foundry Craft Grillery on the third floor.
We learned the proper pronunciation while ordering their Charcuterie Board (shahr-koo-tuh-ree), and were introduced to Seven Sisters Cheese made by the farm at Doe Run in Coatesville. Described as a cross between Alpine and Gouda, this creamy cheese is aged in stone caves located below the dairy farm.
My husband and I had fun ordering and tasting our beer flights. We were not disappointed with our choices, and were impressed with our server’s knowledge behind each dish and beer choice. His representation of The Foundry is to be commended.
I almost ordered their PB&J Burger but decided to save that selection for my next visit, which I plan to do when they move to Lititz. Yes, I have good news for those living in Lancaster County! While we’re still sad about the close of the Wilbur Chocolate Factory in Lititz, we were pleasantly surprised to learn that The Foundry has been invited to move into the renovated Wilbur building in spring of 2019. This innovative, amazing grillery promises to become one of the busiest eateries in this quaint, but active, little town.
Check out their menu and start planning your visit to The Foundry Craft Grillery. You will not be disappointed.