RESTAURANT & BAR
Serving the best food along the Delaware River in Easton, PA, the Iron Mule Restaurant & Bar offers a variety of dishes highlighting innovative takes on American classics and your favorite comfort foods. With a warm and caring staff in a rustic environment, live music every weekend, monthly social events and signature cocktails paired with a menu that keeps you wanting more, the Iron Mule offers a dining experience you can't get anywhere else.
Open for Brunch every Sunday from 10AM-2PM
OPEN MIC NIGHT
KAREOKE NIGHT EVERY
1ST & 3RD THURSDAY
LIVE MUSIC - Check Facebook for show list!
OUR MENU FAVORITES
THE BEST FOOD ALONG THE DELAWARE
Whole spiral cut Idaho potato topped with crumbled bacon and house beer cheese
WINGS YOUR WAY
6 classic bone-in or boneless wings sauced just the way toy like ’em with your choice of ranch or bleu cheese
BACON WRAPPED BRUSSEL SPROUTS
Applewood smoked bacon wrapped around brussel sprouts with garlic aioli and pomegranate honey gastrique
Burger loaded with sautéed mushrooms, Swiss cheese and frizzled onions with BBQ sauce
GRILLED CHICKEN SANDWICH
Grilled marinated chicken breast with Iron aioli, smoked Gouda cheese, bacon, lettuce, onion and tomato
Roasted Angus beed with Swiss cheese and roasted garlic aioli on a roll with au jus
Herb marinated half chicken seasoned and prepared in a black iron skillet, with garlic mashed potatoes and grilled asparagus
Jumbo shrimp tossed with linguine pasta, fresh basil and crushed red pepper in blush sauce with a crostini
COFFEE RUBBED HANGER STEAK
8oz hand trimmed hanger steak in a coffee rub served with Visalia onion puree, garlic butter and frizzled onions
Located along the Delaware River in Easton, PA, the Iron Mule Restaurant & Bar offers a variety of dishes highlighting innovative takes on American classics. With a concept of elevating comfort foods on every plate, partnered with a warm and caring staff in a rustic social setting, the Iron Mule offers a dining experience like no other.
Paying homage to the time of the iconic steel and iron manufacturers in the Lehigh Valley area where Mules were used to tow barges across the Delaware River, the Iron Mule prides themselves on offering a dining experience that feels like you are with family. After all, the team, the guests and the community are the reason why they do what they do.
Owner Kate Hug explains, “The team, the guests and the community are the reason why we do what we do. We pride ourselves on offering a dining experience that feels like you are with family. We are excited about opening our doors and introducing our takes on the classics.”
The Iron Mule name pays homage to the time of the iconic steel and iron manufacturers in the Lehigh Valley area where Mules were used to transport up to 120 tons of goods by towing barges across the Delaware River.
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