Events at Peter Herdic House and Inn

Peter Herdic House Restaurant, a fine dining establishment in Williamsport, PA, serves dinner Wednesday-Saturday beginning at 5 p.m, and is available any day of the week for private events. The Inn hosts guests 7 days a week. For reservations, please call 570-322-0165 or email


Upcoming Events

Friday and Saturday, February 24-25
It’s Mardi Gras time, and Liz will be pulling out all the stops and putting together some fabulous Creole and Cajun dishes to celebrate a classic Mardi Gras. Join us for a night of great food and cocktails and maybe a little Cajun music too…

Friday, March 3
Artist Holly Patton Shull will grace our lounge with her vibrant oil paintings for the month of March. The show, entitled “I Am Woman” is a celebration of remarkable women (in Williamsport and elsewhere) in honor of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day. Holly will host an opening on Friday, March 3 from 6-8 pm. Stay tuned for other great women’s events coming up in March!

Friday, March 17
Join us for a St. Patrick’s Day singalong and a 3-course Irish menu, with proceeds to benefit Preservation Williamsport. Tickets are $30 and available for purchase at the Herdic bar…and they’re going fast! We’ll have drinks starting at 5:00, an oyster bar (sponsored by Ted Lyon) starting at 6:00, and live entertainment by Priestley O’Toole starting at 7:00. Get your tickets while they last!

Friday, March 24
The Herdic House will be bustling for our annual Celebrity Waiter Night to benefit the Northcentral Pennsylvania Conservancy! Every year, we partner our waitstaff with local celebrity “servers,” and donate all the tips to the Conservancy. It’s a very amusing evening, to benefit a very worthy cause…

Sunday, April 16
We’ll be open and serving dinner on Easter Sunday from 12-2 pm. Whether you’re coming out for Cow-A-Hen Farm’s amazing ham or Liz’s chocolate peanut butter swirl ice cream complete with an Easter egg, it’s sure to be a delicious Easter feast…


The Herdic House is among the finest examples of Italian Villa architecture in the state, and guests are welcome to tour the restaurant. Its distinctive features include ornate plaster moldings and arches, and a mahogany stairway that curves three floors to a cupola. The ornate first floor mouldings and the acanthus-leafed fluted columns on the porches are original to the building, and the intriguing three-story chandelier has captivated many visitors. The bar, in the rear of the building, was created from the witness stand of the demolished county courthouse, and the fan was taken from the same building.

For reservations, please call 570-322-0165 or email