Horsham’s Farm and Fisherman Tavern Opens Tonight

The new location is sourcing from Bucks and Montgomery County farms.

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The latest iteration of Josh Lawler and Todd Fuller’s Farm and Fisherman Tavern in Horsham will open tonight for its first dinner service.

The Tavern team will initially focus on dinner seven nights per week, lunch, brunch, and happy hour will soon follow. The menus at the new tavern at 575 Horsham Road will be similar to Farm and Fisherman’s Cherry Hill location and will highlight hyper-local producers from Montgomery and Bucks counties.

Unlike the Cherry Hill outpost, the Horsham Farm and Fisherman does not include a retail market, but it’s a similar size, seating around 26 at the bar and 125 in the dining room. The team is also working on getting a 32-seat outdoor dining patio ready for warm weather.

As always, Farm and Fisherman sources as locally as possible, and that includes the bar. The new spot will feature 20 taps, 12 of which feature Pennsylvania beer and cider. The wine list is heavy on domestic bottles, with Pennsylvania wine on tap in the works, too. Seasonally-inspired cocktails will be made using mostly Pennsylvania-distilled spirits and house-made bitters, amari, sodas, and shrubs.

Check out the dinner menu for the Horsham location below (click to embiggen).

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