Holy Hound Taproom visits the set for Day 2 of Restaurant Week

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YORK, Pa.-- Restaurant Week is in full swing, and today we have the Holy Hound Taproom visiting the set to cook up some of their cuisine. As a part of the celebration, the Holy Hound Taproom, located at 57 W. Market St. in downtown York, is 1 of 31 restaurants that are participating with fixed menu prices for this week only.

These specials include $5 for cheese curds, $5 for a pulled pork sandwich at lunch, and a $15 Bison Blue Burger and a nonalcoholic drink for lunch and dinner.

Today, Chef Philip Whetzel stops by to prepare “The Buck Stops Here," which is venison bratwurst on a York City pretzel roll, fig jam, drunken goat cheese, and cheese curds. Tune into the morning show at 8 a.m. to see what the Chef cooks up!

It is the first year the Holy Hound Taproom is participating in restaurant week and believe it will be a great way to showcase their full menu, including certain featured items.

To learn more about the Holy Hound Taproom, you can visit their website at http://holyhoundtaproom.com/, follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/GoodDogTaproom, or follow them on Twitter at @holyhoundtaps.