The Pour House at The New Hope Winery reviews
Extremely happy we decided to try the restaurant! As we passed by on our way to Peddler's Village, we noticed the winery had become a restaurant since we were last here several years ago. The winery/restaurant is set in a rustic, barn style atmosphere. There is a bar with seats and a dozen or so tables. They do have an event space, but this is just the restaurant up front. They also have a couple of outside tables in a shady patio area out front. They have a smaller menu, so we were hoping they have the recipes dialed in and they certainly do! We started with a cheese plate appetizer that was terrific with a nice assortment of cheeses, fruit, fresh baked bread and nuts. It was really enough for four as an appetizer. Or you could pair it with a bottle of wine and it is enough as a light meal for two. My wife had the turkey sandwich. It's real thick, carved turkey breast. The pickled slaw on a brioche roll was the perfect base. I had the short rib sandwich... delicious, tender chunks of beef. And as a pleasant change from most places, you get crisp, fresh, home-made chips, no greasy fries here. Both plates also had a few slices of tomato, some fresh greens and pickles. They had live music while we were there (Saturday afternoon). This is a regular thing according to the signs. Young guy with an acoustic guitar. He was good and I appreciated that we could hear him without overpowering our conversation. (Note to owner: it would be nice if the bill allowed a separate tip line for the entertainer...we had no cash to tip him directly, so I gave more on the check). The appetizers and sandwiches were $13-$19. There were several entrees that ran $20-$30, but we did not try those. Drinks and wine by the glass $12 and up. So, not an inexpensive place, but the flavors, food and entertainment were worth the price. In all, we felt they truly delivered value for the price.
Small intimate feel to concert hall. You feel like the artist is part of the crowd all having a good time together. Friendly audience and polite. A nicer selection from the snack bar would have bumped them up one more star. A larger and better laid out bathroom would have improved the experience also. The artist gave it her all on stage and the crowd responded in kind in a show of mutual support. I would be willing to see another show there but I will be sure to eat before the concert. I brought my daughter and we both had a good time.
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