Enjoy a breathtaking view of the Susquehanna River while seated at the outdoor bar, eating wood-fired pizzas topped with ingredients grown on-site. Directly across the river on the original ferry route from Columbia, this bar and restaurant shares space in a former silk mill with a store selling cast-iron housewares made by the neighboring foundry. There's also a glass-walled dining room to enjoy the scenery minus the elements. The menu has a fresh and local focus; highlights
include the pork chops with bourbon-barbecue glaze, or small plates like the pepper-seared tuna with roasted-pineapple chutney.