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Back in the early years, it was run as an inn, eatery and pub.The Inne went through a number of subsequent owners, among them Virginia Rohr, Jack Morton, Nick Perugino and Tom Kehoe.In 1961 Ed Barney, a coal magnate from Plymouth, Pennsylvania, purchased the Inne but died suddenly within the year.Nick Perugino repurchased the Inne and continued to run it until 1973, alternately as an Italian restaurant, then Chinese, and again with Italian cuisine.In 1949, Senator Pat Toole and his wife Kitty bought the restaurant.
In 1973, Bob and Larraine Eddowes purchased the Bear Creek Inne and have continued as owners to this date.In addition to the operation of the Inne, they also raised their four children, Denise, Yvonne, Jeff and Greg here on the property. Dick and Gertrude Hapsacker were the original owners.For several years, they had run a "speakeasy" in a nearby building that would eventually become the site of Saint Elizabeth's.
Please consider the Bear Creek Inne when planning your gatherings.
We are open seven days a week; Monday through Saturday from pm until pm, and on Sunday noon until pm.