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Our History

Built in the 18th century, the tavern has seen many transformations from feed mill to general store to a hotel.

In 1969, the Turner Brothers (Hugh, Jack and Joe) purchased the Pineville from Dale and Vi Eller. At the time of purchase, the bar only seated 9 and offered cold sandwiches. The bar was expanded and the kitchen was renovated with the addition of a grill, fryer & pizza oven. Shaffer, Schlitz and Schmidt’s were the taverns main taps. 

The brothers sold the bar in 1989 to the Abruzzese’s who created a proclamation to annually celebrate Turner Brothers Day. Check out the document at the Tavern and join us for the celebration on January 11th.

Read about our hauntings!

Carrying on tradition since 1742.

    The Pineville Tavern - A landmark in Bucks County • Route 413, Pineville, PA 18946 • 215-598-3890 •
                                                                                                                       The Pineville Tavern is a smoke free environment.