Honesdale, PA – The Wayne County Chamber of Commerce and Greater Honesdale Partnership welcomed Honesdale Cottage Café to their home at 622 Church Street in Honesdale. Located in what was ‘The Cottage’ boutique store, Honesdale Cottage Café offers delicious food with a cottage funky, cottage fun feel.
Honesdale Cottage Café is owned and operated by Tom and Jamie Maher. The Café is open Wednesday through Saturday & Monday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, and Sunday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm serving brunch, salads, sandwiches and more! You can dine inside the café or outside in their beautiful garden. Delivery is available. Please call (570) 253-3663 with questions or for more information.
A number of Chamber and GHP business members were on hand to celebrate and participate in the ribbon cutting. Pictured in the front row, left to right: Gary Beilman (The Dime Bank), Jane Thiebald (Art’s For Babies & Beyond), Julie Stiles (Honesdale Cottage Café), Donna LaBar (Wayne County Chamber Executive Director), Tom & Jamie Maher with daughters Kellyn & Erin (owners), Gail Tucker (GHP Executive Director), Maura Rottmund (Hawley Library), Helen Piorkowski (HNB), Margaret Allen (Bold Gold Media) and Frank Camp (Honesdale Cottage Café). Back row, left to right: Todd Stephens (Stephens Pharmacy/Northeast Med-Equip), Sal Giglio (Chamber Director), Lisa Bates Liptak (Honesdale Cottage Café), Joelee Motichka (Rent-E-Quip), Gerard Miserandino (Honesdale Cottage Café), Emily Redmond (Honesdale Cottage Café), Lew Critelli (Wayne Bank), Mike Augello (Music & Video Express), Peter Cuttone (Honesdale Cottage Café), Major Jonathan Fritz (Honesdale Borough) and Edward Regina (Honesdale Cottage Café).