Sunday, November 04, 2007

The Saga of the Red Bull come

This Pennsylvanian chain restaurant left an indelible mark on my childhood memory with its dark dining room, buxom waitresses and buttery lobster. Sadly the chain no longer exists, but it' worth reviving the memory for what I believe to be one of America's greatest ideas in mass food, especially since there seems to be very little info on the web....more soon...


Anonymous said...


I found your blog through Heather's newsletter. Great restaurant reviews. I did a double-take when I saw your post on Red Bull Inn. I, too, grew up in PA and remember the chain very well. Where did you grow up in PA? The hubby and I are coming to Paris in September and are staying at a palace hotel for a few nights during our trip. I see you are a concierge at one of the palace hotels. Care to share which one? If not, understand. Do not abandon your blog.

Adrian said...

The Red Bull post never really made it...I remember fondly the Enon Valley one, where I first ate lobster with butter was a great chain. FYI I grew up not too far from New Castle in the Amish country...!

Anonymous said...


Thought you might be interested in this article. It gives a bit of histroy about the Red Bull Inn and an update on the chain's founding family and their current project.


Red Bull Inn

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Anonymous said...

Celebrate! Celebrate! Come to the Red Bull inn!