Athens is a borough in Bradford County, Pennsylvania, United States, located 2 miles (3 km) south of the New York state line on the Susquehanna and Chemung rivers. The population was 3,749 in 1900 and 3,796 in 1910. The population was 3,367 at the 2010 census. Athens is in a small area locally known as "The Valley", a group of four contiguous communities in Pennsylvania and New York: Waverly, New York; South Waverly, Pennsylvania; Sayre, Pennsylvania; and Athens. The Valley has a population near 30,000.
Restaurants in Athens
3.5 based on 130 reviews
Tioga Downs Casino Resort is 100% smoke-free with 161 spacious guestrooms and suite accommodations that overlook the beautiful rolling hills of the Southern Tier. Our convenient inside access to the adjoining casino featuring 950 slot machines, 32 table games including, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Pai Gow Poker, Mini Baccarat, Big Six, Let It Ride Poker, Three Card Poker, Four Card Poker, and Mississippi Stud Poker, as well as a World Series of Poker sanctioned poker room, just a few steps away! Add in live entertainment, delicious fare, and exciting harness racing action, Tioga Downs Casino Resort is perfect for a spontaneous getaway, special occasion or your next corporate event. We have everything you need to make it an unforgettable stay! Guests can enjoy our new AgeLess SPA! Focused on your health from head to toe, you will be treated to personalized services for the best possible experience.
We made a circuitous trip to Waterloo, Elmira, and back home to the Albany area. We have seen all 3 "new" casinos as approved by Lord Cuomo. Good luck to all of them. Del Lago is by far the best. Large, upscale, welcoming. Rivers Casino in Schenectady is by far the weakest. Small. hard to get to, and unimaginative.
This place looks like it could work. They have the existing horse racing. They are equidistant to Binghamton, Elmira, and northern PA. And, they are on an interstate. But, will anyone want to stay in a hotel in Nichols, NY - with nothing to do for 50 miles? There is nothing "cosmopolitan" about this place. More like "prairie land."
We liked the high ceilings, and the spacious layout. It is quite a walk from the hotel area (under construction) to the existing casino. All the machines appeared new, modern and inviting. Will there be enough people who want to come here, and can afford it? Time will tell.
5 based on 13 reviews
We went there today as a three generation family. There is something for everyone to enjoy! Our granddaughters really enjoyed riding the horse and we enjoyed watching them ride it. They also loved the zip Line! The chickens followed us around the grounds. The baby piglets were eating out of our hands. We saw and fed the goats and ducks and sheep. We also enjoyed the hay ride. It was a lovely day!
4.5 based on 11 reviews
We jumped over here when we stayed at the Hampton Inn just next door before they closed on a weeknight. My husband loves beer & wanted to check it out. The dining area was clean and inviting. The staff were helpful and quick! We hope to return for lunch or dinner when we are in the area again. The beer was fresh, tasty, and the selections were interesting!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Just drove to the top to see the view of Sayre, Waverly and Athens. Park looked well kept with benches and swinging benches to take in view. Not to sure what the park has to offer but look maintained .
5 based on 4 reviews
My Christmas present was pictures of my 3 children together at the Glen. It was the best gift I have ever received. The falls were in the background and it was beautiful. We also picnic there and walk the trails in the summer. They have pavillions and grills, very nice for family functions.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
This place is located in an old Train Station in Sayre, which was a main hub for the Lehigh Valley back in the day. It had a ton of great train memorabilia, but also some other interesting pieces of Sayre's past. One such interesting artifact, Robert Packer's examining table, was found in the attic and put on display recently - very appropriate, given it's proximity to Robert Packer Hospital. Definitely worth visiting!
3.5 based on 7 reviews
An antique marketplace with 36,000 sq feet of indoor shopping and over 90 vendors
This place has many booths some are manned and others are not. There is a lot of different things to shop for from knickknacks to furniture from modern to antique. The prices are reasonable and they will dicker with you on the price. If the booth is not manned then ask the cashier and she will look up how much that booth owner will discount. We have bought many different things from here and have been very happy with our purchases. One downfall is that the only bathrooms are outside portable toilets.
5 based on 3 reviews
Where the hell do I start? For one, their beers are so unique, it's very hard to pick a favorite. Plus, they held a chili cookoff! How cool is that? The staff was, and IS much more friendly than I have seen other places act. They had a band playing there that did REALLY good, and honestly, made me staying longer than planned. Do I suggest you stop by and check this place out? uh.... DUH!!! Of course I do!!
5 based on 1 reviews
We are a small batch winery, specializing in fruit, berry and unique wines. We have a tasting room available for you to try our specialty wines.
Of the 16 wines that I tried there was only one that I did not enjoy (Dragon's Breath). They actually tasted like they were supposed to (Ex: The coffee tasted like coffee)!! The owner was very friendly, even interacting with our 7 month old daughter. Cannot wait to go back and try some of the new releases.
5 based on 1 reviews
I love to stop in to the Crooked River! They have an eclectic mix of items....and get new things in often. It's a fun way to spend an hour or so!
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