Wallenpaupack Lakefront Dining: Ehrhardt's Waterfront

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Real Estate RS301772

One of the reasons people love Lake Wallenpaupack is the ability to dock your boat at not one, but two waterfront restaurants for a delicious lunch or dinner...and then head on back to the dock to resume your water play.

Ehrhardts Restaurant
Ehrhardt's Waterfront Restaurant, Resort, and Banquet Center has been a favorite among visitors and locals alike.

The warm, casual atmosphere, the lovely views of Lake Wallenpaupack, the manicured grounds, and of course, the delicious food, all contribute to a delightful experience.

My very favorite item on the menu is the Portabella Sandwich. It is hands down, the best sandwich I have ever had - the melted swiss cheese, the balsamic dressing...the fresh, lightly toasted Kaiser roll...it's a sandwich fit for a king.

Reasonable prices, fantastic food, cozy pub, friendly staff, and direct access to and from Lake Wallenpaupack - what more could you want?Docks Slips on Wallenpaupack

 

 

Out of town visitors may want to look into staying at Ehrhardt's Waterfront Resort - it's a Wallenpaupack lakefront experience of a lifetime.

 

 

 

If you are looking for Wallenpaupack property - whether it's  lakefronts, or something near Lake Wallenpaupack, I'll be happy to help you in your quest.

Then you will be able to eat at Ehrhardt's Waterfront Restaurant all the time!

 

 

Wallenpaupack Lakefront Restaurant, ©Copyright 2007 by Karen E. Rice. All rights reserved.

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Comments (7)

delete me delete me
delete me - Dixon, CA
Sounds like a good advertisement for a nice bed and breakfast getaway. I'm not familiar with the lake, but very few lakes are bad lakes...
Jul 29, 2007 05:31 PM
Ashley Drake Gephart
Drake Intel Group - Albuquerque, NM
Karen - Ehrhardt's Waterfront sounds like a great cozy place for a meal.
Jul 29, 2007 06:46 PM
Missy Caulk
Missy Caulk TEAM - Ann Arbor, MI
Savvy Realtor - Ann Arbor Real Estate
Karen, you make me hungray for that sandwich and it is only 7:46 in Michigan.
Jul 29, 2007 11:46 PM
DDR Realty
DDR Realty - Newburgh, NY
Orange County NY
Wallenpaupack looks and sounds to be a beautiful area. Your presentation is excellent.
Jul 29, 2007 11:55 PM
Karen Rice
Keller Williams Real Estate - Hawley, PA
Northeast PA & Lake Wallenpaupack Home Sales

Rondel:  It is a nice get-away - not really a bed and breakfast, but it is a very welcoming,  family style resort.

Ashley:  It has been one of my favorite places to go for special occasions for decades.  One of my husband's and my first dates was there.  We had our 2nd anniversary dinner there, and my 20th high school reunion (go Wallenpaupack Class of 87!) is going to be there too.  I even took some training there from the board of REALTORS.   

Missy - I was dying while I was writing it.  I'm going to order a sandwich for take out this week!  LOL! 

Derrick:  Thank you for the nice words.  I am proud to call this area my home - lived here all my life.  Wallenpaupack does stand out significantly from all the other local lakes.

Jul 30, 2007 12:27 AM
Paula Henry
Home to Indy Team @ HomeSmart Realty Group - Avon, IN
Realtor - Indianapolis Real Estate - 317-605-4174
Karen - Everyone seems to like the Portabello Sandwich! Also, one of my favorites and what a beautiful view for enjoying a meal.
Jul 30, 2007 04:28 AM
Karen Rice
Keller Williams Real Estate - Hawley, PA
Northeast PA & Lake Wallenpaupack Home Sales
Thanks Paula - and the view from the dining room AND the banquet room downstairs is really nice!  It's a popular spot for wedding receptions, too.
Jul 30, 2007 04:41 AM