Lock 29 survives Hurricane Ida floods, brings indoor, outdoor dining to Montclare

ByTimothy Walton WPVI logo
Wednesday, November 17, 2021
Lock 29 survives Hurricane Ida, brings outdoor dining to Montclare
After a second kitchen renovation, Lock 29 has reopened serving modern fare in Montclare.

MONT CLARE, Pa (WPVI) -- Lock 29 opened this summer after a lengthy renovation to a restaurant that's been part of the Montgomery County scene for decades.

Thirty-three days later they were closed because of flooding from Hurricane Ida.

After a second kitchen renovation, they have reopened serving modern fare that includes a Nashville Hot Chicken sandwich, a bourbon bacon burger, a fried green tomato BLT and a falafel salad.

Each dish comes out of the scratch kitchen where they also hand cut all the french fries. The outdoor space provides unique views of the Schuylkill River and a respite for bikers, runners and boaters traveling along the River Trail.

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127 Bridge Street, Mont Clare, PA 19453