The Brass Rail - Locust Valley
Feta, cucumber, pine nuts, tomato, truffle vinaigrette
Blue cheese, bacon, tomato, red wine vinaigrette
Candied walnuts, apple, roasted beets, blackberry vinaigrette
Speck ham, parmesan crisps
Baby romaine, carrot, red pepper, cucumber, tomato, sherry vinaigrette
Shaved parmesan, fennel, almonds, grapefruit vinaigrette
Thai, Spicy Tomato, or Bianco
Lettuce, tomato, spicy mayonnaise, baguette
Caramelized onion, mushroom, Swiss cheese, peppercorn sauce
Pickled tomatillo, arugula, avocado, cilantro aioli
Avocado, chipotle aioli, whole grain bun
Bacon, fontina, lettuce, tomato, pesto mayonnaise
Grilled zucchini, portobello, red pepper, asparagus, fontina, garlic vinaigrette
Sliced Sirloin, shallots, beef broth, baguette
Little necks, baby spinach, plum tomato
Mushrooms, onions, peas, arugula, plum tomatoes, pancetta, parmesan
Bok choy, shiitake mushrooms, soba noodles, sweet chili sauce
Swiss chard, black-eyed peas, "dirty rice", red pepper coulis, cornmeal crusted oysters
Fingerling potatoes, baby spinach, lemon caper sauce
Vegetable couscous, roasted fennel, tomato & fennel bouillon
Haricot vert, mushroom risotto, natural jus
Tri color salad, goat cheese, walnuts, white balsamic vinaigrette, arugula pesto
Broccoli rabe, red peppers, sweet potato puree, cherry pepper vinegar sauce
Roasted brussel sprouts, maitake mushrooms, sweet potato gnocchi, port wine cherry glaze
Pepper crusted sirloin, spinach and mushrooms, blue cheese mashed potato, Cognac peppercorn sauce
Truffle parmesan fingerling potatoes, grilled asparagus, peppercorn sauce
Caramelized onions & portobello mushrooms, haricot vert, steak fries, bordelaise sauce
Goat cheese potato gratin, sautéed spinach, Cabernet jus
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The Brass Rail
3015 Lehigh St, Allentown
accepts credit cards
many vegetarian options
good for groups
good for kids
good for breakfast, lunch, dinner
private lot parking
staff wears masks
good for a quick meal
good for special occasions
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Owners of The Brass Rail in Allentown planning landmark restaurant’s move
The Brass Rail, an iconic Allentown restaurant where generations of families have gathered for cheesesteaks, spaghetti, pot roast sandwiches and more, is moving, co-owner Mark Sorrentino said.
It likely won’t be for a couple of years and the new location has not yet been pinned down, Sorrentino said.
Sorrentino and his sister, Pam Ray, recently signed an agreement of sale for the 3015 Lehigh St. property with a developer, and are planning to move the 90-year-old business to a yet-to-be-determined location, preferably still in Allentown, Sorrentino said.
Out of respect for the developer’s privacy, Sorrentino would not disclose their name or possible plans for the south Allentown property. The closing date is tentatively scheduled for summer 2022.
“Within the next two years, we are looking to relocate,” Sorrentino said. “We’d definitely like to stay as close as possible to where we’re at. We’re keeping all of our options open as far as size, scope, the whole nine yards.”
Sorrentino and Ray were considering moving the establishment before the coronavirus pandemic, but “COVID kind of drove that home a little bit,” Sorrentino said.
The Lehigh Street restaurant, featuring a full bar, daily food specials and a lower level banquet room, is a lot to maintain, Sorrentino said.
It employs around 80 full- and part-time employees and can accommodate more than 150 customers in its dining room and bar area under normal circumstances.
During the pandemic, each of those numbers have been cut in half, with indoor dining recently being suspended until early January per Gov. Tom Wolf’s orders.
“In order to make sure the tradition continues, we had to explore a number of different options,” Sorrentino said.
Wherever the beloved restaurant ends up, its popular menu offerings — including hot dogs and “Phil’s Original” steak sandwich, featuring sauce, onions, pickles and hot peppers — “are not going anywhere,” Sorrentino promised.
Also, the business’ welcoming atmosphere, highlighted by friendly, longtime staff members such as Rosi Muhl, a server for 48 years, will follow the restaurant to its future home.
“There’s just so much history with this place that I incredibly respect,” Sorrentino said. “When I talk about the employees here as family, it’s because there are so many of them that have been here 20 years, 30 years or even longer. I also kind of view the customers that way — those that come in every day or four days a week. They’re like family, too.”
Sorrentino and Ray grew up in the business and took ownership of it following the death of their father, Richard Sorrentino, in 1996.
Today, Mark Sorrentino and his wife, Leigh, oversee daily operations; Ray lives in Virginia.
“I remember my sister and I at the Allentown Fair,” Sorrentino said while recalling the business’ long tradition of serving up eats at the annual fair. “We were probably around 12 or 13 years old and our job was to peel the onions in the back of the stand for them to chop for the steak sandwiches.”
The Brass Rail, which continues to offer food and drinks for takeout and curbside pickup during the indoor dining suspension, was founded in 1931 by Mark’s grandfather, Philip Sorrentino.
The business began as an Allentown hamburger and hot dog stand before increasing success led to its expansion at 1137 Hamilton St. in 1933.
The downtown Allentown spot, which closed in 2001, featured a bar room, dining room and a hot dog shop in the front window. It introduced its now-famous steak sandwich to the Lehigh Valley in 1937, Mark Sorrentino said.
The Lehigh Street location, which also serves pizza, omelets and entrees such as black diamond steak, grilled seafood cakes and veal Parmesan, opened in 1961 at the building that previously housed Three Roses Restaurant.
“The slogan in our logo is ‘The tradition continues,’ and it will continue,” Sorrentino said. “We want to go back to our roots, but still kind of evolve.”
Like most restaurants during the pandemic, The Brass Rail had to adapt its business model multiple times over the last nine months.
In addition to pivoting to takeout-only operations twice, it condensed its menu and staff.
“We had to find a way during COVID to survive,” Sorrentino said. “We had to limit staff, which meant limiting how much we could do as far as our menu. Breakfast, for example, has a lot of overhead. You have to do high volume to be profitable. And obviously, at 50% capacity, you can’t do that.”
Sorrentino, who has taken on more kitchen responsibilities over the last several months, said that while the pandemic forced the restaurant to scale back its menu, it also allowed for more creativity.
“For instance, at the start of COVID, we introduced a Brassy chicken cheesesteak, which is toasted in the oven with Colby Monterey Jack cheese, bacon and ranch,” Mark said. “So, we’re looking at different kinds of flavor combinations.”
While Sorrentino can’t comment on details of the business’ future location, including whether or not a bar would be featured, he noted that the family-friendly atmosphere conducive to new and old traditions will remain.
“Brass Rail may relocate, but the tradition’s going to continue,” Sorrentino said. “There are so many families that have traditions with us, and I love that. They celebrate birthdays here, anniversaries here and so on. We have one couple who normally celebrates their anniversary here because this is where they met. This is where they had their first date.”
Morning Call features reporter and Retail Watch columnist Ryan Kneller can be reached at 610-820-6597 or [email protected].
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Credit Cards Accepted
Good for Kids
Yes - Full Bar
$$ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
$$ - Moderate ($11-$25)
$$$ - Expensive ($25-$50)
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