Rustic Beauty Meets Bargain Hunting
For its June 25 excursion, the Porsche Touring Crew has set its sights on the rustic Timber Creek Tap and Table, housed in a hand-crafted building in Mercer County, just west of Interstate 79.
Timber Creek is the newest in a small group of family-run restaurants that uses its wood fired grill to cook-up beef from its own grain- and grass-fed cattle and wild-caught seafood, flown in from Kodiak, Alaska. Chef Jarrod Floyd uses the freshest possible ingredients, and prepares almost everything from scratch, including an array of shareable appetizers and signature sandwiches. The menu features a wide variety of American favorites, including a number of healthy choices.
The “Creek’s” Grove City locale is also ideally situated for plotting a wide variety of scenic rural driving routes extending North of Pittsburgh.
Porsche Touring Crew members will arrive at Timber Creek’s dedicated PTC parking area between 11:00 and 11:30 AM for a healthy dose of comradery and car ogling. After lunch, if you’re not in the mood for more acceleration and fresh air, you can extend your trip and visit the Prime Outlet Mall, a 130-store retail paradise that offers everything from Brooks Brothers to a Beef Jerky Outlet! The Mall is a stone’s throw from Timber Creek, and has promised PTC members extra discounts in most of its stores.
Any and all ARPCA members and their guests are welcome to join in; the event is free of charge, but participants must register by accessing MotorSport.reg by first going through the ARPCA web site. Tom Mueller (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Wayne Desbrow (email@example.com) are always in the hunt for new members, and new travel opportunities around the Pittsburgh Region.