Our History

Welcome to Zacharias Creek Side Café! Our casual fine dining BYOB is located in Worcester, Pennsylvania, at the most central point in Montgomery County and former location of the historic Center Point Hotel. Our café is named after the Zacharias Creek, which has a course of about four miles across the northern angle of the township, and flows one hundred yards along the back of the restaurant. In the 18th and 19th centuries, this water source was vital to Worcester’s economy, as it powered five local mills. Legend has it that the Creek was named after a prominent land owner, Zachariah Whitpain.

Andrew and Nancy Gallo are the husband and wife team who bring you Zacharias Creek Side Café. Andrew graduated from Philadelphia University with a dual degree in Accounting and Marketing and also has his Hotel and Restaurant Management Degree from Montgomery County Community College. Andrew and Nancy have both been in the catering and restaurant industry since the 1980’s. They have perfected their skills and now bring you Zacharias Creek Side Café. An award winning BYOB restaurant with a gorgeous outdoor patio and beautiful ambiance and décor inside. Come Experience the fresh seasonal Mediterranean and Modern American Dishes this BYOB has to offer!!!

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