ABOUT THE CONFLUENCE CAFE
Originally built as a Sinclair Gas Station in the 1930s, the building has been reinvented many times: as a tire shop, car wash, laundromat, & pizzeria. Now, it’s being brought back to life as a cafe to serve the community of Confluence—& our many GAP Trail travelers—with world class pizza, sandwiches, fresh salads & more. The menu includes gluten-free, vegetarian & vegan options.
Confluence Cafe uniquely offers “Picnic Kits” at no charge, so patrons can enjoy their meal on the levee overlooking the beautiful Casselman river. There’s also ample seating on the covered front porch & the side deck, as well as limited indoor dining.
The ownership team includes Thom Wood (of Confluence & Pittsburgh) as chef and general manager, Suzanne Ragan Lentz & Jeffrey ‘Pope’ Pankey of Confluence, & Larry Simms of Pittsburgh.
Thom previously owned Second Breakfast, an award-winning food truck & stand in Pittsburgh, & managed the Pub at Whole Foods in Wexford, PA. With a passion for high quality, local ingredients—as well as a passion for the outdoors—he's thrilled to be in the area, & says “I’ve fallen in love with Confluence!"