We first told you about a farm-to-table restaurant coming to Pennsport back in August of 2014.
The establishment has a relaxed, American bistro-style feel to it. Previously owner Andrew Michaels had even called the restaurant “the bastard child of Morning Glory and Parc.”
The farm-to-table restaurant uses locally sourced ingredients from places like Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative, ReAnimator coffee, 1732 Meats and Castle Valley Mill. While what Fourth and Cross is selling is fresh, the cost of their food won’t break the bank. The restaurant aims to keep their dishes affordable, with meals costing between $9 and $20.
The menu consists of things like eggs, pancakes, sandwiches, burgers, salads and more. You can expect to see menu changes seasonally and starting sometime in the next few weeks, Michaels says they hope to introduce nightly dinner specials.
The restaurant’s decor has a relaxed vibe with reclaimed wood tables and various knick knacks, succulents and more scattered throughout. Another personal touch Michaels added to the place is a portrait of his mother from the mid-60’s which hangs on the back wall of the restaurant.
The restaurant seats about 34 people inside, with about 14 more seats outside of the restaurant.
Fourth and Cross is open from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday. You can check out the website for Fourth and Cross here.