VIDEO: Bert’s Wooden Indian In Beaver Continues Tradition Of Quality Food & Strong Work Environment
(Matt Drzik/Beaver County Radio)
(Images & stills by Mark Peterson)
75 years is a long time to stay prosperous, but Bert’s Picket Indian is near to pulling it off…and they really don’t approach on halting at any time shortly.
The well-known cafe located on 308 Leopard Lane in Beaver was the concentrate of the dialogue all through the May well 11 edition of A.M. Beaver County, as Beth McCartney, Emily Sebastian, and Nichole Blakely stopped by the Beaver County Radio studios to communicate with Matt Drzik about Bert’s Wood Indian. The cafe was founded in 1948 by Bert Sebastian and has been found in the Beaver space during its complete existence.
1 of Bert’s significant parts to its long-expression results is having an in depth presenting of dishes and desserts that they provide to their clients. “Ham barbeque, pork barbeque and pork barbeque are a lot more or significantly less our signature dishes,” McCartney explained. “Now we make baked chicken salads, baked fish salads, baked fish dinners…all the fried meals appetizers like french fries, onion rings, mushroom caps, sweet potato fries, and redskin potatoes.”. As much as the desserts, they have “hot fudge sundaes, selfmade pies baked each morning, sundaes, floats and milkshakes…we’ve run the full spherical of restaurant food items,” in accordance to McCartney.
Bert’s is also on the lookout to grow their kitchen area and ready employees for their several hours of procedure involving Tuesday and Saturday (they’re closed Sunday and Monday), and they provide a do the job setting that encourages tough get the job done, two confirmed days off, and equal prospect. “I have so numerous close friends that do the job there, ranging in age from 75 decades old all the way down to 15 yrs outdated, and I get together with absolutely everyone who performs there,” Sebastian mentioned. “People who are married, solitary, have family members, still in substantial college or college or university and needing a element-time career or whole-time job…regardless of your situations, I know you will suit in at Bert’s.”
Individuals intrigued in implementing to Bert’s can scan the QR code on the higher correct corner of the Facebook feed of the job interview, or by applying in person at Bert’s Picket Indian at 308 Leopard Lane in Beaver (just off Route 51). The entire interview can be found by watching the Facebook feed below.