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Batdorf Restaurant

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Updated on Apr 22, 2008

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Batdorf Restaurant
245 West Main Street
Annville, PA
17003


(717) 867-0113 phone
(717) 867-1007 fax

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Cuisine Type
American
Southwestern



Hours of Operation
Monday
11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday
11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday
11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday
11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Sunday
11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Happy Hour Mon-Fri 4pm-6pm.



Reservations
• Not Accepted




Payment Methods
• Mastercard
• Visa
• Amex
• Discover
• Cash/Travelers check




Cost
This restaurant's average entree cost is Moderate


 

Restaurant Description
The new Batdorf Restaurant is located at the historic Washington House Tavern. The parcel of land on which the building sits was deeded in 1747 to Andrew Miller, the father of Abraham Miller, who founded the town of Annville and whose wife is its namesake. The original proprietors of the parcel were the Penn Brothers, Thomas and Richard, the sons of William Penn.

The parcel of land passed from one owner to another, but around 1788, a structure was built for which a tavern license was procured from Dauphin County, to operate a "public house," the old English term for an inn or tavern. The owner at that time was John Eberhard Bender and he called his tavern the Washington House. George Washington had just become our nation's First President and Mr. Eberhard wished to honor him in this way.

The building has had numerous owners since then and was opened mostly as a tavern or lodging house, not always having a good reputation. It also served as a general store and even a shoe store, which closed in 1958. In 1984, William Margut purchased the property and later sold it to his son, Scott. Scott Margut made some nice renovations to the building in the early 2000's, before selling it to the present owners, the Rotunda Brothers, in April 2007.

Having operated the Batdorf Restaurant two blocks east for nearly three years, David, Louis and Michael Rotunda brought the name with them and teamed up to make further major changes and additions to the property. Seating capacity has been greatly expanded and the new Batdorf boasts six dining rooms, two bars, three fireplaces, a tropical "Pub-Tiki" patio, and an eclectic decor (thanks to the assistance from the brothers' mother Guadalupe).

Best Known For...
"Beer Destination" with 30 beers on tap. "Southwestern Style" cuisine.

Reviews and Awards
New location! Satisfied diners for over 2 years.




Service Type
Sit Down
Carry Out
Special Needs
Non Smoking Area
Booster/High Chairs
Wheelchair Access
Children's Menu

Atmosphere
Romantic
Outdoor Dining
Fireplace
Family / Children
Bar Scene


Meals
Lunch
Dinner
Happy Hour
Late Night

Banquet
10 - 20 People
20 - 50 People
50 - 100 People

Amenities
TV
Private Party Room


Attire
Casual

Bar Info
Full Bar
Micro Brews

Parking
Street
Parking on Site



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