Although it is now closed, Summerhouse Grill was a hip, local-foods bistro in the rural small town of Montrose, Pennsylvania. We served food grown by some of the coolest folks we know… our neighbors. Yep, we were obsessive about where our food came from… and even...Read More
Locally-grown food, especially from farms who practice sustainable agriculture, is so important to our local communities. Get in the habit of looking for and supporting your local food system resources – Farms, Farm Markets, CSA’s and stores that feature local...Read More
It’s wasn’t just the campfire in our garden or the wood-fired brick oven that made Summerhouse sizzle… it was all of YOU who came to enjoy a meal with us for the past seven years. Thank you for bringing your wonderful spirit! We appreciated so much your sense...Read More
Thank you for seven amazing years of spirited laughter, love, and beautiful memories. We will miss you all!
To the Summerhouse family of friends – It is with enormous gratitude that I thank you for years of your patronage at Summerhouse. For reasons related to both the current economy and to personal family issues, Summerhouse will not be re-opening this year, as had been planned. It has been our great pleasure and honor to serve you over these past seven years! We know that so many people have come to hold Summerhouse dear – as we hold each of you so dearly, also. We will certainly miss seeing you and celebrating with you throughout the seasons.
Summerhouse Grill was a hip little bistro that, for seven beautiful years, was a regional leader in the local and sustainable food movement. Summerhouse was proud to craft amazing dishes from real food, grown by local farm families dedicated to the principles of sustainable, small-scale farming. Featuring flavors from around the world, our eclectic dishes were cooked from scratch and served with love to so many friends and neighbors whom we will always hold deeply in our hearts.
Summerhouse Grill was located in the amazing little town of Montrose, Pennsylvania. The county seat of rural Susquehanna County, Montrose boasts a quaint traditional downtown anchored by our striking Courthouse, built in 1853. Right next to the Courthouse sits the Town Green, a meeting place for residents of and visitors to Montrose for centuries.