Jeremy is a graduate of IUP of Culinary Arts, Punxsutawney, PA. He gained his knowledge and skill from experiencing cooking in Italy, New York City, Wyoming, Nantucket and Alaska, to name only a few.
His menu offers the diner the choice of elevated bar food as well as home-town goodness.
Jeremy is partner in One Red Hen Farm and Food. A local food co-op that supplies fresh produce to the area. He is inspired to offer the freshest, seasonal, locally grown produce, when available.
Our dining is on a first come, first served basis. However, if you have a party of eight or more, planning an event, or have special needs, drop us a line and we'll hook you up.
We're located in the heart of Winburne, PA. Centrally located, you can easily get to us from any area near Interstate 80. Just take exit 133. Here's a map, but if you get lost, just give us a call and we'll tell you how to get here. 814-345-6840
The history of this building began in 1922, formerly owned by local Doctor Thorpe and his brother, a dentist. It first opened as a tavern in 1942, by Wilma Wagner utilizing the first floor of her home. Following a new owner or two, in June of 1993 it became Jackson's Bar and Grille, Deb and Jackson Hubler.
During the early years, Winburne was prosperous, and located next door was the United Mine Workers Union sign upon the local movie theater. There was a grist mill, company stores, A & P, a bank, brickyard, sawmill, farming, as well as a Trolley running through town and the train station below us. Thus the street names of today - Trolley Street, Sawmill Road, Valley Road.
We have seen many changes in this town and bar through the years. We strive to offer you a fine dining experience, as well as a place to enjoy some drinks among the friendly faces.
We also offer Tavern Gaming, and we are Smoke Free.
Jackson's Bar & Grille