McFaul’s IronHorse Tavern


It’s been a long time since you could buy ice cream and live bait at the original mom-and-pop store at Sanders’ Corner. Today, the only bait you’ll find at McFaul’s IronHorse Tavern at Sanders’ Corner, the newest incarnation of this 130-year-old building, are comfort food favorites, most of them made with local ingredients like the turkey potpie created from local Albright Farms turkey, and chili cheese dogs that drench Stuggy’s hot dogs in chili made from Gunpowder Farms bison. Limited parking on-site is augmented by a shuttle service between the restaurant and the nearby Cromwell Bridge Road Park & Ride. “We’re going for a family-friendly neighborhood restaurant,” says owner/general manager Kristin McFaul. “We’re trying to fill a void.” Except for the live bait. Open daily for lunch and dinner. 2260 Cromwell Bridge Road, 410-828-1625

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