Earle's Inn is the oldest pub in Adams County. Earle's was established in 1933 and was the first liquor license issued at the end of Prohibition. Earle Buohl was the founder and believed in providing quality food in generous portions at reasonable prices. The McKenney family acquired Earle's Inn in 1984 and we operate our pub with the same credo as Earle envisioned. And we have the coldest beer in the county! We feature most domestic beers as well as quite a few craft beers in bottles and on draft. Draft beer is served in FROZEN mugs. We also have a wide variety of cocktails.
Earle's specializes in casual American cuisine. Our signature items are our charbroiled one half pound burgers using choice, grass fed, locally sourced beef. On Saturdays we offer pan fried chicken dinners cooked in a cast iron skillet using lard just like Granny used to do. Our menu is varied and offers many choices for our customers. Our foot long subs contain at least one half pound of meats and cheeses. We are not shy about loading up our sandwiches either.
We are just a country pub that continues to welcome our local clientele and visitors in a warm, friendly and casual atmosphere. As the old saying goes, "You are only a stranger here once."
Please be advised that Earle's Inn is a smoking restaurant/bar operating within the laws of Pennsylvania, and according to law you must be 18 years old to enter.