Green Gables is delighted to announce that, amidst the changes afoot at the PLCB, it has obtained a Wine Expanded Permit which will allow it to sell wines to go. That augments our long-standing ability to sell craft beer to go. Now virtually every wine on the Wine Spectator award-winning list* and more will sell to go. We have devised savings that will provide you great value in your wine and beer purchases. During most of Green Gables’ dinner hours (Thursday-Saturday 5-9 pm; Sunday 5-8 pm**), you will enjoy 30% savings off the wine and beer lists at Green Gables.  Purchase a case (12 bottles) or more of wine and you will save 40%. Purchase two six packs (12 bottles) of beer and save 40% off the menu price. With all these savings, you have the ability to mix all cases and six-packs.  See the current wine list and beer list. It is time to go shopping now!

*excludes Reserve List.
**discount offer NOT available on Sundays from 7-8 pm

Did you know Green Gables offers more than 300 wines on its wine list?  Such a diverse list has been recognized several times over the years, awarding Green Gables with the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence.

Wine Spectator’s Restaurant Awards recognize restaurants whose wine lists offer interesting selections, are appropriate to their cuisine and appeal to a wide range of wine lovers.

Click here to see our current wine list.


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Learn more about Green Gables Restaurant and Huddleson Court in this short video!

NEW!  You can now place your dining reservations online through our website!  Click here to try it out!  Reservations accepted online from 1 hour to 90 days in advance.  You can still call us to make reservations anytime at 814 629 9201, option 1.

The best part about having your wedding at Green Gables? The picture-perfect setting! We now have a Pinterest page including photos from blogs of brides who have begun their Happily Ever After at Green Gables! Check us out!  (Photo by Micki Kippelen)

On Friday, April 24, Green Gables Restaurant held the inaugural Cuvée Community Wine Dinner, an event to benefit the Community Foundation for the Alleghenies and the Community Foundation of Westmoreland County.

Read more about the event in this article by Shirley McMarlin of the Tribune Review.

As of April 1, 2015, all guests who stay at Huddleson Court are invited to Green Gables for a complete hot breakfast, now included with every stay! Book your overnight getaway and let us take care of you!

Join us this first Friday of April for a Wine Tasting at Green Gables, a tasting that will feature wines which pair with mint and anise flavored food. The tasting is a continuation of the broader theme, The Art and Science of Pairing which began last month and was inspired by Francois Chartier’s book Taste Buds and Molecules: The Art and Science of Food, Wine and Flavor. In the book, Chartier credits the immense affinity Sauvignon Blanc and mint have for one another as the launch point for his interest in knowing the science behind the pairing. Finding the same aroma characteristics in mint and Sauvignon Blanc lead Chartier to look beyond and find other foods and wines that shared the same molecular components. And, the science of wine and food pairing was born.

At the tasting on Friday, we will pour six wines that pair with mint and anise flavored food.

Bernhard Ott ‘Am Berg’ Gruner Veltliner 2012 Wagram
De Morgenzon Reserve Chenin Blanc 2012 Stellenbosch
Bodegas Rafael Palacios ‘Louro do Bolo’ Godello 2013 Valdeorras
Bodegas Ramon Bilbao ‘Gran Reserva’ 2005 Rioja
Alain Graillot 2012 Croze Hermitage
Gorman Winery ‘The Devil You Know’ 2012 Columbia Valley

Chef Susan Kroft is creating hors d’oeuvres for the tasting that will feature anise and foods complementary to it and the wines. Indulge your palate in this scientific experiment on Friday. Reserve your tastes today by calling 814 629 9201, option 1!

Spring is soon to arrive and Easter Sunday will follow soon after. Green Gables Restaurant is thrilled to offer the Easter Sunday Brunch Buffet featuring Carved Glazed Ham and Herb & Garlic Roast Prime Rib at seatings from 11 am to 3 pm. The Buffet will provide appetizers, salads, entrees with potatoes and vegetables, plus dessert. An optional Mimosa, Bloody Mary, Breakfast Stout and Wine Bar also will be available. Evening diners on Easter will choose from the seasonal a la carte menu at seatings from 5 to 7 pm. Stay tuned for details about Easter Brunch which will cost $28 per person ($38 per person with the Brunch Bar). Reserve your table today!

It’s March, for the Love of Hop!

If you enjoy craft beer, join us at Green Gables tomorrow evening for a tasting of beers from around the world that feature hops. Tomorrow’s Second Friday Beer Tasting celebrates the annual theme It’s March for the Love of Hop! This year, our tasting will focus less on palate-wrecking hoppy beers and instead on the interesting uses of hop varieties in differing craft beer styles. Hops are the female flower of the hop plant, Humulus lupulus, which exhibits a profusion of aromas and tastes in beer depending on the specific hop variety (of the dozens that exist) employed and the stage in brewing process when they are introduced. The lager and ales we shall pour tomorrow are:

Otter Creek Citra Mantra (American Pale Lager)
Brooklyn Sorachi Ace (Saison)
Left Hand Brewing Sawtooth Ale (Extra Special Bitter)
Lavery Allta Madra (American IPA)
21st Amendment Brew Free or Die (American IPA)
Scheldebrouwerij Hop Ruiter (Belgian Strong Pale Ale)
Founders Black Rye (Rye Ale)
The Hop Concept – Dank & Sticky (Imperial IPA)

The tasting occurs tomorrow, Friday, March 13 from 6 to 9 pm. $25 per person includes tastes of the eight beers and a selection of light hors d’oeuvres. Reserve your tastes now at 814 629 9201, option 1!