Remote location. Nothing fancy just good home cooked food. Good anytime but I love their breakfasts!
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We had a very good breakfast after we finally found the place. Service was very good too. They could use a sign out at the road because the only sign we saw was under the overhang right at the entrance door. If it were not...More
Stopped at Brass Pelican for brunch Sunday afternoon with friends. Although it was some what busy, a table was cleared and set for us immediately. Our server had a "playful" attitude which made our visit very enjoyable. The food was served in a timely manner...More
Famous for "buckwheat pancakes", this back woods restaurant has many other menu items. The food is good "home cooking" and inexpensive. Literally off the beaten path in rural north central PA, it is worth the drive if you're traveling through the area to get an...More
Monica, the proprietor, has an amazing amount of experience in the preparation and serving of "country style foods". The Brass Pelican has a full breakfast, lunch and dinner menu available. One of my favorites is the "old fashioned sourdough buckwheat cakes". However, I've never been...More
The restaurant was very clean and nice country atmosphere wijh plenty of room. The service was very good as well as the food.
I have visited the Brass Pelican at least once monthly for 13 years for breakfast. Famous for their buckwheat cakes. I've tried many breakfast choices over the years and enjoyed them all. Friendly staff. Reasonable prices.
Really great home town atmosphere. I prefer gourmet foods cooked with herbs & seasonings, so this was not my preference in cuisine but I went with a group, and the socialization was great.
I had the jumbo stuffed pancake(sausage and egg inside a pancake covered with sausage gravy) it was to die for!!!Wife had the broccoli omelet and she said it was great!Service and pricing was excellent,will go back many more times!!!