Eat & Drink


A unique mix of traditional and modern Irish and American fare, served up in generous portions, with a few other international recipes we’ve picked up along the way.  We’ve chosen some of our favorite recipes from our home in Ireland to share with you.

Locally sourced ingredients are used when possible.

A special thanks to a number of the vendors at Lancaster Central Market who have helped us bring a taste of Ireland to Lancaster.

Menu items subject to change.

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Irish food is like Ireland, full of influences from around the world. We love to travel and we love to bring back the things we encounter, curry from the far east, BB Que from the south, pasta from Italy. The one thing that is consistent is all the ingredients we use are prepared locally. We grow great food, we grow it with love and we grow it with pride. We have ended up in Lancaster because it is so like Ireland, a great tie to the land, simple hard working people, an influx of different ideas from visitors from all over the world, a multi cultural place that welcomes all, and a community that cares, a community that cares for all. We are very proud to be here in Lancaster, we are very proud Lancaster is our home, we make our food the only way we know how, with local ingredients produced by our friends and neighbors, we make our food with love.


Ginormus Nachos / $11

A decadent serving of our chips, chili, cheese, jalapeños and sour cream. Feeds at least two. Chips and chili made in-house.

Buffalo Chicken Sliders / $9

Three deep-fried breaded chicken breast sliders covered in our buffalo sauce and served with celery and blue cheese.

Shenk’s Wings / $10

Local chickens, straight from market to your table. Buffalo, honey BBQ, sweet chili or curry flavors.

Joe’s Garlic Bread / $7

Simple, good, and comforting. Alessio’s marinara, smothered in mozzarella cheese on an Italian sesame loaf. It is as good as it sounds.

Sausage Rolls / $10

What Irish people eat when they come home drunk at the end of a good night. Pastry wrapped Irish Sausage – what more do we need to say.



Potato and Leek Soup / $7

Creamy amazingness, garnished with Stolzfus bacon, cheddar cheese and fried leeks.

Auntie Kathleen’s Chili / $7

An award-winning recipe from Joe’s Auntie Kathleen. A beef chili that is not too spicy and is served with cheese and house-made chips.


Ken’s Rooftop Salad / $8

Whatever is growing locally or on our roof currently piled high and really fresh. We partner with Ken’s Gardens to grow a lot of our herbs and spices right here on our own green roof.


Caesar Salad / $9

Hail Caesar. Well, you know what it is, but like it is really good. Add Chicken / $5



Smoky Chicken Pizza / $10

Shenk’s Chicken, BBQ sauce, caramelized onion, cheddar and bacon. My mouth is watering just writing this. Our chicken is amazing, just saying. Shenk’s Poultry does it right.

Cheese Pizza / $8

Sometimes you just need the simple things in life. Covered in mozzarella and cheddar and Alessio’s sauce.


Chef T’s Philly Cheesesteak Pizza / $10

You can take the guy out of Philly but….. As good as it sounds!



Chips (your French fries) / Crisps (your chips) / Steamed Vegetables / Potatoes Au Gratin / Mashed Potatoes / Coleslaw / Any other type of potatoes you can think of!

Included with Sandwich or $5 for an individual order.

Jake’s Slow Smoked Pulled Pork / $10

Stoltzfus Pork cooked for 6 hours with Chef T’s secret rub. Hand pulled before covering it in BBQ sauce. Served in a hero roll. Add slaw or cheese / $1

Irish Cowboy (named after Rocky) / $12

Tellus360-made burger with a rasher, cheddar, crispy onion straws, Jameson BBQ sauce and sliced tomato. This is an incredible burger.

Chicken or Vegan Curry / $13

A big serving of pulled chicken curry with fresh vegetables. Served over rice or half and half over fries and rice (definitely the way to go).

Mother Theresa’s Shepherd’s Pie or Vegetarian Pie / $13

A staple in the Devoy house growing up, we were always happy to see shepherd’s pie. Ground beef, sautéed onion, carrots, peas and Tellus360 Irish brown gravy. Covered in mashed spuds made crispy in the oven.

Kate’s Irish BLT / $10

Irish Rashers with spring mix and plum tomatoes. Served on a hero roll with mayo. What is a Rasher? Well, just think Canadian Bacon just better.

Grown-Folks Grilled Cheese / $7

The ultimate comfort food. Cheddar, Monterey Jack, caramelized onions, spinach and tomato served on a sliced panini. Add ham, rasher, or

BBQ pork / $3


Mac and Cheese with Pulled Pork / $13

A crock of hot and creamy macaroni and cheese topped with a mound of our slow-cooked pulled pork in our Jameson BBQ sauce.

Guiness Chicken (the Chef’s favorite!) / $13

Like a chicken stew, a deep broth with the chicken and vegetables all cooked in it. Served with mash and steamed vegetables.

Kev’s Turkey Panini / $10

Oven-roasted Shenk’s turkey with cheddar, Monterey Jack and Irish Ballymaloe sauce on Italian bread. Fried onion straws finish this sandwich off just right. Just ask Kev about it.


Irish Stew / $13

A bowl of mashed spuds filled with a Guinness Irish stew consisting of pan seared beef, celery, carrots, onions, spuds all slow-cooked to allow the collective flavor speak to you.

All-Day Irish Breakfast / $13

Rashers, sausage, black and white pudding, fried egg and

chips. Probably not prescribed by your heart doctor, but every now and again is definitely worth the abuse.



Happy Endings 

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