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4 based on 118 reviews
We stopped here on the way back from NYC to Syracuse. We were seated promptly and our waitress was also the bartender. Great personality. We ordered deep fried green tomatoes and a chicken sandwich with fries and a salad to split. The tomatoes were very thick. Very good. The salad along with the fries and the chicken sandwich was delicious. In and out within 45 minutes. Service was awesome. The only downside was where we sat in the bar area was really cold.
4.5 based on 167 reviews
North 9th Street Restaurant offers lunch, dinner, pizza, and dessert. Everything is homemade and we use the finest ingredients. Our goal is to provide our customers a good experience each and every time! From pizza and sandwiches to wraps and salads, we have something to satisfy every appetite! Best of all we only buy local produce and foods to ensure its freshness. We make most of our sauces, pastries, desserts, entrees, and special foods from scratch.
This is another in a occasional stop at the N. 9th St. restaurant for some wonderful food. As it turned out we all ordered Italian this time. Two of my dinner companions ordered the chicken marsala. I went with the special shrimp Diablo which was nicely spiced with a large number of large shrimp. The noodles need is a little bit of salt for my taste but I can understand them not including it for others. I added a little salt to the dish and it rounded things out nicely. The last order of the four was another special which was chicken Murphy that was chicken and peppers and onions over pasta which was nicely seasoned and very tasty. Of course we rounded out the meal with bananas Foster and pistachio cake which are personal favorites and they did not disappoint.
And someone that we brought with us, which is always a nice option, and it was a great dinner with great service and a nice cozy restaurant.
4 based on 1 reviews
Barley Creek is a restaurant, microbrewery and microdistillery located in Tannersville, PA between The Crossings Premium Outlet stores and Camelback Mountain Resort. The restaurant is on six acres and the main building is a post and beam timber frame designed and built by Benson Woodworking (This Old House Fame) The Outdoor dining area, on the property, has a full service bar, pavilion, the best view of Big Pocono State Park (Camelback Mountain) and can accommodate very large groups events and yes this is the place that has a world class wiffle ball field, cornhole board courts, two Bocce Courts and a keg (Firkin) curling court in the winter.
Been coming here for years and most recently stopped here for a quick bite at noon on a Sunday. No wait. Lunch was excellent and they put families with young kids in the back which is ideal. Recommend the wings and pretzel. The beer list...MoreHI Jay, Thanks for visiting the Creek again. Glad we are getting it right. Don't forget to check out our breakfast concept - The Morning Toast - next time you are in the area. Cheers - Trip
4.5 based on 140 reviews
We stopped at Sweet Creams Cafe for ice cream, at the recommendation of the ice cream maker's Mother-in-law! (we met her at another establishment.) The ice cream is made on-site; and it is DELICIOUS! We are "ice cream snobs", so our endorsement can be taken seriously. The offerings include some unusual flavors along with traditional vanilla and chocolate. The Aztec Chocolate was a real treat, with a lovely cinnamon flavor. The cafe offers several coffee drinks, as well as sandwiches, hummus plates, and more. We hope to visit again!
4 based on 267 reviews
Stopped for dinner with my wife on a Saturday evening. Was promptly seated and waitstaff was attentive and courteous. We both had dinners and the food came out very quickly! The food was good. If you are looking for something besides the chain restaurants and want to support a local business I would recommend this restaurant!
4.5 based on 52 reviews
We stopped again at Frank's this past weekend and the Shrimp Fra Diavolo was out of this world and so was the Pasta Fagioli !! I've never had a average meal here. It's always great !!
4.5 based on 76 reviews
Stopped in on impulse. Incredible number of options. We each had a single scope. Lots of gelato, frozen yogurt, soft serve and ice cream to chose from. We had ice cream and it was very good. Very reasonable pricing.
4 based on 94 reviews
We stopped by on the way from NYC to Buffalo and had an okay experience overall.
Their all-you-can-eat buffet costs $8.00 per person, and we also ordered one orange juice ($1.69) so our bill totalled $18.73 including the 6% tax.
The food wasn't too exciting and with very limited options for vegetarians.
It was decent value for money I guess but still would like better quality of food.
4.5 based on 59 reviews
We prepare everything we serve from scratch with Tender Loving Care. We use only the freshest ingredients. Our "Old World Style" style and methods of preparations result in us being able to provide our customers with superior quality foods. Vincent's Deli & Catering is the place to go in the Poconos for high quality food, exceptional customer service, and extraordinary value!
What a find! You see signs New York this and New York that, but this is a real Italian, New York style, deli. If you’re craving authentic Italian sandwiches, wraps, salads, hot foods, homemade soups, desserts – the list goes on and on – this is the place to stop. Friendly people, fantastic food and great prices – you can’t go wrong. And yes, Vinny is really from New York.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
We revisited Pho Saigon II last week to see if it was as good as we remembered and it was even better! The Beef Pho was outstanding, as was the pork chop and whatever my wife had (can't remember, dried noodles?). We took a pho to go and some pork spring rolls, which were also great. It's a 40 mile trip but worth every mile. Only downside is no bubble tea, which my wife and daughter love.
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