Silver Lake Inn Bistro and Tavern in Lewisberry

On the Wednesday of our weaving class, the members of the class decided to go out to eat for supper.  We invited Tom, the only spouse present, to come with us.  We chose Silver Lake Inn Bistro and Tavern in Lewisberry because two of the women were staying at the B&B owned by a waitress at the Inn.

The picture of the Silver Lake Inn is deceptive and is not one that I took.  You can’t really get a good look at the building because it was surrounded by cars and on a busy road.  Always a good sign when the parking lot is way too small for the number of people who want to eat there.  It caused a bit of a problem at the end of the evening when Tom barely got our big truck out of the parking lot.  He had to inch forward and back a dozen times before we were able to get out.

Huge stromboli

When we arrived at the Silver Lake Inn at 5:30, we got the last open table.  After that people had to wait.  Because it was so busy, service was a little slow, but we weren’t in a hurry.  I ordered the stromboli special and Tom got a pulled pork sandwich.  The menu has a slightly Greek emphasis, so others in the group ordered chicken souvlaki and the Greek burger.

When the stromboli came it was hot, dripping in oil, and HUGE!  It was easily enough for four people.  One of the waitresses said the stromboli special on Wednesday nights was twice the size of their usual stromboli.  It would have been nice to know that before I ordered!  But it was delicious with lots of cheese and pepperoni, served with a marinara dipping sauce.  Tom liked his pork sandwich and fries.  The food wasn’t expensive and there was plenty of it.

The Silver Lake Inn was pretty noisy, with a pool table and bar front and center.  We were in a quieter corner – at least until someone played the jukebox.  Then no one could be heard until the song was over.  Nevertheless, we enjoyed our dinner together and had plenty of food to take home for another meal.