The Honky Tonk Restaurant of Dunmore was the small business spotlighted at the February Lackawanna County Commissioners Meeting. This “Old West”- themed bar and grill is well-known for its homemade food and friendly staff. The restaurant, located at 763 East Drinker St., is open seven days a week with entertainment every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
The Honky Tonk features take-out service, daily specials, and smoking and non-smoking areas. Owners Debbie and Tony Lupia, who have been in the hospitality business for 32 years, employ 20 people.
Shown from left: Commissioner Jerry Notarianni, Commissioner Laureen A. Cummings, Tony Lupia, owner, and Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley.
Brunetti’s Pizza, a Green Ridge-based deli, was the small business spotlighted at a recent Lackawanna County Commissioners meeting. This family-owned operation has been preparing great food for nearly 60 years.
Renowned for its pizza and sandwiches, Brunetti’s has served the area for three generations by offering its award-winning chili, hoagies, salads, homemade soups and spreads, party platters and specialty burgers.
Shown from left are: Commissioner Jerry Notarianni, Therese, Ann and Mike Brunetti, owners, and Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley.