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Caleb’s American Kitchen recognized by State of Pennsylvania for 10 years in operation


Caleb’s American Kitchen received citations Thursday, Aug. 17, from the Senate of Pennsylvania and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania House of Representatives for 10 years of service to the Central Bucks County community.

Both state Sen. Steve Santarsiero and state Rep. Tim Brennan visited Caleb’s during the night of “giving back” to Midway Volunteer Fire Company as part of the restaurant’s 10-year anniversary of “giving back” to 10 local organizations. In addition, owner, Caleb Lentchner was gifted with a Pennsylvania state flag, which was previously flown over the state capital in Harrisburg.

“I am deeply touched to receive this recognition from both Senator Santarsiero and Representative Brennan,” Lentchner commented. “It means so much to me and my entire staff, who have worked tirelessly for the past 10 years to deliver the best possible dining experience to every customer. We are so honored to be a part of a supportive community and look forward to celebrating another 10 years!”

An alumnus of Tufts University, Santarsiero also presented Lentchner with Tufts swag as a gesture, knowing Lentchner’s son will be attending Tufts as a freshman this coming fall.

Earlier this season, Caleb’s American Kitchen received recognition from U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick for 10 successful years in business and the initiative to donate a portion of revenue to 10 local organizations.

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