Hidden Gems, Historical Charm & Culinary Treats
Bucks County is sprinkled with hidden gems, historical charm and culinary treats. The Plumsteadville Inn, fits all three categories.
Originally built in 1751, it featured the original dining room and 8 overnight rooms. In the 1970’s they added the tavern section of the restaurant, 5 additional overnight rooms, and a banquet room. Beyond the inn, the Plum (as it’s lovingly called) has been known for fine dining. And todays’ culinary team is still charming locals and visitors alike with everything from Poutine to Wiener Schnitzel, seafood and a butcher’s selection of steaks. Boasting chef, Marshall Paul, who hails from the highly esteemed Culinary Institute of America, also known as a master of meat, and Sous Chef Tim Armagost, a well- seasoned and traveled chef on his own, makes for a perfect pairing in the kitchen. The rest of the kitchen team is dedicated, hardworking and a passionate bunch who also provides a lot to the fantastic cuisine and team environment.
General Manager of the Inn, Chris Arnold, has a wealth of experience overseeing kitchens and dining rooms. His extensive and diverse hospitality training makes him a key player to over see the Inn’s 250 seat restaurant, 26 seat bar and 9 different dining rooms. While some of the spaces have a more formal feel, others are more casual, but all receive top notch service under Chris’s care. He also oversees banquet affairs that take place in an upstairs banquet room perfect for all kinds of events and special occasions. From business seminars, baby showers, dance parties, wine dinners, cooking class’s, reunions, smaller weddings, rehearsal dinners, and more the Plum is a perfect Bucks County gem. It’s not just the buildings history or what’s on the plate that makes the Plumsteadville Inn special. It’s a team effort that keeps true hospitality alive and well within its walls.