Bring the whole family to celebrate our local historical connection to oysters at Dill’s Tavern on Saturday, April 22nd, from noon to 5 p.m. with food by York Fish & Oyster, live music, and local craft beverages.
Today, the many buildings of Dill’s Tavern have come to tell not only the history of Dillsburg, but the story of life on Pennsylvania’s frontier and even a slice of our nation’s history. These insights continue to develop through the tavern’s archeological investigations. During these digs, one item has far outnumbered the others: oyster shells.
Investigation shows that oysters were exchanged for products made by the tavern’s distillery. Oysters came back to the property from Baltimore in the barrels that were sent to quench the thirst of the burgeoning shipping metropolis.
Date: Saturday, April 22nd, 2017
Time: noon to 5 p.m.
Location: Dill’s Tavern
Raw Maryland Chesapeake Oysters on the Half Shell – $7 half dozen / $14 full dozen
Steamed Maryland Chesapeake Oysters with Butter – $10 / Dozen
Oyster Stew – $6 / Bowl
Steamed Shrimp – $6 / Dozen
Haddock Sandwich – $3
Beef Hot Dogs -$2
French Fries – small $3 / large $5
Homemade Cole Slaw – $1
Steamed Corn on the Cob with Butter – $3
Big Hill Ciderworks will have their locally crafted hard ciders for your enjoyment.
Music provided by Across the Pond, a multi-instrumental trio performing their own high-energy arrangements of Irish and Scottish tunes and songs
The event is rain or shine and open to all ages, but you must be 21+ to purchase beer or Big Hill’s cider.
Please contact director@northernyorkhisto