To Our Dear Customers -
As we are sure most of you have heard, we have sold our business, With that, comes some exciting updates! The Restaurant & Bar location on Cedar Street in Lititz will remain the same, but will have a brewery added in early 2023.
"The Rooster" sandwich and the "Fries" are not going anywhere! The quality you expect from Rooster Street will not change. Tony & Kristina Page,
as well as Liz Concra, are staying on through this transition. We are also happy to report that all of our other Team Members are staying involved, too. You can continue to follow us on social media for updates.
Once the Market stands close on Saturday, October 29th, you can continue to purchase online and pick up at Headquarters in Lititz. Gift cards will continue to be valid. Catering options will still be available through our website.
We encourage everyone who wants to stock up on retail items to place their orders online. Due to the expected volume of orders, there may be a greater lead time on some items. Please check your order pick up date and location before checking out. Please feel free to reach out to Liz with any questions relating to retail, online ordering, etc - firstname.lastname@example.org
We cannot thank our Customers enough for the support you have given us over the past ten years. We look forward to continuing to serve you high quality, locally sourced, made from scratch Restaurant food & drinks!
• When will your last day be at Lancaster Central Market?
Saturday, October 29th 2022
• When will your last day be at Market at The Wilbur?
Saturday, October 29th 2022
• How can I purchase meat to stock up?
Online ordering will continue to be available - roosterst.com
NOW IS THE TIME! After the butcher shop closes Saturday, October 29th, there will be a VERY limited selection of meats available.
• What changes are happening at the Restaurant & Bar on Cedar Street in Lititz?
It will remain the same, but will have a brewery added in 2023.
The Rooster sandwich and the fries are not going anywhere! The high quality,
locally sourced, made from scratch Restaurant food & drinks you expect from
Rooster Street will not change.
• Are RSB gift cards still valid?
• Can I purchase meat after the Market stands have closed?
Yes, any product we have left you will continue to be able to purchase online
and pick up at Headquarters in Lititz.
• Will Tony & Kristina continue to be involved?
Yes, Tony & Kristina Page, as well as Liz Concra,
are staying on through this transition.
• Have more questions?
Please feel free to reach out to Liz with any questions relating to retail,
online ordering, catering, etc - email@example.com
Thank you for an AMAZING 10 years!
Rooster Street Butcher, has been sold after 10 years in business, to Bulls Head Brewhouse of Lititz, PA.
Rooster Street was founded, owned, and operated by husband-and-wife team Tony & Kristina Page, they originally started their business in Elizabethtown, then-known-as Rooster Street Provisions where their focus was on all-natural, hormone/antibiotic free, pasture raised
pork charcuterie. Some favorites include Smoke 'N' Whiskey, Spicy Coppa, Culatello, Saucisse de Foie,and Country Terrine. At this time, they also operated a stand at the Lancaster Central Market, within their first year they saw a huge growth due to the generous; words of food critic and columnist Craig Laban of the Philadelphia Inquirer. This growth pushed the Page’s to expand their product line- and include all animal butchering, allowing for fresh cuts and value-added products. Which is when their handcrafted, no fillers/no binder natural casing sausages became a huge hit. Flavors like Roasted Garlic and Kale, Chorizo, Chicken Verde and Lamb Merquez.
Customer demand led to the need to relocate their production facility to Lititz, PA. This space allowed for the addition of a restaurant and bar, offering local farm-to-table ingredients paired with their meats in a classy-casual atmosphere. Soon-after, they added a second retail location at The Market at the Wilbur, centrally located within the ‘coolest small town of America.’
So why the changes after so much success?
“We have taken Rooster Street as far as we can” says owner Kristina Page "Its time for a change"
“My wife and I are young enough to start a new chapter in our lives, but we can’t just walk away”, says Tony Page. “We have dedicated our lives to this business, we gave up a lot because we believed in our Mission, Vision, and Values. We needed to find someone who could care
for our Customers and Team Members with the same dedication, someone who was equally committed to Lititz and hospitality that this small town offers.” Kristina chimes in with “Mr. Stoudt (of the Bulls Head Public House and Lititz Springs Inn) who has been a loyal customer and fellow business owner friend for many years was the right person. Mr. Stoudt and his wife Susan were one of the very first people to make us feel welcomed to Lititz. That leaves an impression, it made us feel seen & supported, and that feeling stuck with us.”
The Page’s explain that there will be no initial major changes to the restaurant and bar, located at 11 South Cedar Street, all staff will be welcomed to the new ownership which The Page’s are thrilled to be able to offer their trusted and dedicated team members benefits. “They deserve it, they mean so much to us and we are so thrilled to offer this gift to them” said Kristina “we will still serve the same amazing fresh food, same personalized customer service and craft cocktails”. The Page’s hope to hire more employees so that the hours can be expanded,
As always thank you to our customer, friends and family we never could have made this possible with out you!