Published by admin on 09 Aug 2013
Am I on a beach somewhere, or am I in Bridgeville, PA just down the road from our office? Thankfully, the answer is both!
Sunday, August 4th marked the 25th year of service at MSN for Cathy Vietmeier, and we celebrated on Monday with lunch at the new Rumfish Grille. Part of a trend of nice restaurants in suburban strip centers, the Grille features fresh seafood and a nice variety of sides in an atmosphere that surpasses the great for a suburban town. All of us enjoyed our food that ranged from a dinner with a shark steak that looked fantastic to a surf and turf sandwich that featured a nice cut of beef with shrimp and a horseradish mayo. Lots of nice veggie sides like fresh grilled corn complement the meals. The homemade mac and cheese was good and worth another trip as a side on my next visit. The Sunday brunch was extolled by someone at lunch who had visited and enjoyed the experience.
As great as the food is, the atmosphere is even better. Waterfalls, lots of outside seating in what they call Rumfish Beach, a very large patio featuring an outside bar, sand dancing area, and a stage which features music they describe as for “all ages”. Several of us were very enthusiastic about coming back for beach music on a weekend night. What is beach music? A good discussion developed as to the merits of Jimmy Buffet, the Beach Boys, Bob Marley, and Dick Dale. To this we can say, it’s all good, just like the Rumfish. Our company has been in this town for over 30 years. We have eaten at about every restaurant that’s been here, and never has there been this much excitement about a place to eat or chill out. It’s 5:00 somewhere!
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