Mount Joy, Pennsylvania: Dinner in a Beer Dungeon

Dine among giant wooden barrels, in a 19th century vaulted rock bunker 43 feet below ground. Dine traditionally or at special themed "feasts" with themes such as Pirates and Ancient Rome.

Bube's Brewery

Address:
102 N. Market St., Mount Joy, PA
Directions:
Bube's Brewery. Downtown. From Hwy 230/Main St. turn north at the stoplight (Wells Fargo Bank) onto N. Market St. and drive two blocks. You'll see the brewery on the left.
Hours:
Opens M-F 5:30 PM, Sa-Su 5 PM (Call to verify)
Phone:
717-653-2056
Admission:
Feasts $50. Call for schedule.
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Beer dungeon.

Dinner in a Beer Dungeon

Great kid meals... Around $5 and the same size as adults meals. You can get a 5 minute tour of the beer dungeon.

This place is also haunted by a lady in white.

[Amanda Smith, 07/20/2016]
Dinner in a Beer Dungeon

We ate in the bar. There are four different restaurants here. We plan on going back for one of the regular murder mystery shows that were advertised!

[Princessjesi, 05/21/2016]
Dinner in a Beer Dungeon

Catacombs 43 feet below ground.

[Wayne, 11/22/2015]

A preserved, 19th century German brewery has been turned into a restaurant. The "catacombs" are in fact a man-made beer aging cave. You dine among giant wooden barrels, in a vaulted rock bunker 43 feet below ground. Maybe not romantic, but certainly atmospheric.

Brewery Tunnels - Roman Slaves Serve You

Bube's Brewery (pronounced Boobey's - really) is a unique collection of restaurants in an old brewery complex. The most unique is the Catacombs, which is in old tunnels under the town. It is there that they have their weekly Medieval or Roman Feasts, where you can be served on pewter plates by candlelight - by Caesar's toga-clad slaves.

Lots of live entertainment.

If you ask nicely they may give you a quick tour of the tunnels.

[John Schwab, 08/23/2008]

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Riverboat Saloon - Beached Boat, Shartlesville, PA - 34 mi.

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