New Hope, PA - New Hope and Bucks County welcome a brand new restaurant and world-class dining destination to the already red-hot and fast-growing dining scene.
The new restaurant will seat over 250 guests and features a 1950s art deco style from top to bottom. Located in the former home of Marsha Brown's restaurant, Oldestone will feature New American Cuisine at 15 S. Main Street, in New Hope, Pennsylvania.
Wilfer Naranjo, Michael Sklar, Gaspar Ferrara, and Vincent Ferrara (the new owners) are excited to share their new concept for the iconic old stone church space and the exciting new menu.
In the kitchen, Executive Chef Seth Wheeler and his culinary team will feature steak and seafood dishes. However, the menu will also feature a few creole dishes from Marsha Brown's former menu.
The 9,000 square foot location features a central bar and private dining space on the first floor, a large dining room on the second level, and a speakeasy bar and lounge with live music on the third level in the former balcony overlooking the dining room.
Oldestone will open seven days a week, from 5:30 pm to 11:00 pm for kitchen and dining, and nightly bar service from 5:30 pm to 2:00 am.