Homestead Coffee Roasters, LLC, at 1650 Bridgeton Hill Road, in Upper Black Eddy, Pennsylvania, is a surprising business. They got me to drink coffee and consider embracing coffee over a lifetime. This is how they did it.
They specialize in coffee preparation, roasting and even presentation. What many do not know is the quality of the restaurant, food preparation and the dining service, available in this small, but heartfelt place, is phenomenal.
If you were from Upper Black Eddy you probably already would visit, or are would frequent the business as a customer of Homestead Coffee Roasters. The way I would like to present this restaurant is a home, away from home, for anyone outside of the area of Upper Black Eddy, Pennsylvania.
On a nice day, it is a joy to eat outdoors with great trees, brush, and a lovely, lake view, in the distance. If you wish to eat indoors, you sit in a quaint, dining room fit for a pleasant conversation, a romantic evening, meeting new friends, or traditional family dining.
I visited this place on a fishing trip in Upper Black Eddy. The outside of the restaurant represents a rustic and pleasant dining establishment. You stay inside, your creative mind and nostrils swell with the aromatic scents of the varied roast coffee blends.
You stay inside the staff stands ready with smiles and service to fill your empty stomach, and place any order for food that whets your appetite. In this case, I would order a short stack of pancakes, three strips of pork, bacon and an excellent cup of coffee, simply known at the Ringing Rocks Roast.
I have to admit I normally do not like coffee. This customer is just am not a usual coffee drinker. I can drink it, but no coffee has really overcome my senses, until now. However, I will get to that later.
The pancakes are a piece of heaven. The short stack is two golden brown pancakes that fill a massive plate. Each cake is so fluffy, supports the richness of true fresh butter, and mixes with light, sweet, but present syrup to melt in your mouth and fill your stomach. The pork bacon is good. It is fresh, not greasy but is meaty but lean.
The coffee, the Ringing Rocks Roast, is light, sweet with sugar and half-and-half, creamy, smooth, not bitter but blissful. When a friend told me about the coffee, I had my previous perceptions and interactions with coffee, in my mind, blown away.
This was an amazing experience along with the beauty of Upper Black Eddy, on a luminous day. If you combine, all of these elements with a fast and accommodating staff, Homestead Coffee Roasters becomes the place to visit, if you are in the neighborhood.
If you come to this part of Pennsylvania, want order food for takeout, in the area, or want to take in a beautiful collision of nature and quality cuisine, come visit Homestead Coffee Roasters. You can also order the amazing blends online, at their home website. Come try this home away from home.
Homestead Coffee Roasters is a family business founded by Rick Lewis, owner, and roast master. He started Homestead General Store in 1979. He transformed Homestead General Store with his family, and Michael Lewis, the other roast master, into Homestead Coffee Roasters. It now offers a general store, a restaurant, and a place to acquire quality roasted and import coffees either in the restaurant, or online. You can visit their website at, http://www.homesteadcoffee.com.
Michael Lewis Presents Homestead Coffee Roasters