Restaurant Insurance throughout Pennsylvania

Restaurant Insurance Coverage

It's not always hospitable in the hospitality industry. Whether you own a restaurant, bar or catering service, exposure to risk is ever-present. Food can spoil; liquor can incite problems; property damage can interrupt business. Your operation is doing well. Protect it with Restaurant insurance.


Don't let problems spoil your success. All restaurant and hospitality operations differ, but the friendly pros at LECHNER & STAUFFER, INC. in Pennsburg, Pennsylvania know just what it takes to write a Restaurant insurance policy for your special needs. Give us call today.

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589 Main Street
Pennsburg, PA 18073-0026

Office Hours: M-F 8am-5pm
Tel: 215-679-9568
Toll Free: 800-227-3907
Fax: 215-679-4348

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