Bethel Park, referring to itself as the Municipality of Bethel Park, is a borough with home rule status in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, and is part of the Pittsburgh Metro Area, approximately 7 miles (13 km) southwest of Pittsburgh. The population was 32,313 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Bethel Park
4.5 based on 235 reviews
Eight of us ate there for lunch. The food is excellent the portions are good and the price is good.. unfortunately this time the service not so good. A girlfriend of mine just had gastric bypass surgery can eat only very small portions she had...MoreWe apologize that our service did not meet your expectations. I can be reached at 412-831-3400 to discuss your experience further. Raymond
4.5 based on 121 reviews
The food was good, but nothing extraordinary. In my opinion, it is an overpriced restaurant. I do not plan to return.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
Got a Blackberry Pie. It was great, but was expensive - $16.25. Everything, I ever had at this bakery was very good, but be prepared to pay more.
4 based on 86 reviews
I went here for lunch today with friends to celebrate a birthday. The restaurant is on out-building at South Hills Village and with the holidays the traffic was horrific. However, the restaurant had ample available parking and the ambiance was great with holiday music playing. They had a lunch menu and although this restaurant is expensive for dinner, the lunch items were reasonably priced. Couple that with the 10% AARP discount and lunch was very reasonable. We all had combinations of their lunch special, 1/2 chowder and salad or 1/2 chowder with 2 bang bang shrimp tacos. The chowder was really good, with a thick white sauce, corn and crab pieces. You could choose from either a Caesar salad or their house salad. I had the Caesar and it was just okay. My sister had the house salad and said it was really good. I tasted the dressing, which was a sweet vinagrette and she was right. My bang bang shrimp tacos were outstanding. I'd rate them a 3 on a scale of 10 for spicy/hot. The sauce was excellent and the soft taco shells were both soft and warm. I highly recommend them! As a side note, our server was really attentive and had a great personality. The kitchen gave me the wrong salad and he was very apologetic and corrected the problem immediately. He had several tables he was attending to so I really appreciated him taking such good care of us.
5 based on 15 reviews
Owned and operated by a local family who have long wanted to share their talents and friendly manner with others. The business is actually located in one of the first "strip malls" ANYWHERE! Many of the surrounding businesses were founded in the early days of development of the Bethel Park Community. Original business leaders are still at the helm often. One stop shopping truly says it all. A service minded hardware store, a well stocked grocery store, a deli, and a pharmacy round out this packed serve your many needs center. From the welcoming décor that has great curb appeal to the smiles you get as you enter. And the smells and tastes. You need to take a few minutes and stop, do not drive by. You will be glad you did and you will return many times to this convenient and stress reducing spot.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Just like the title ,this place has a good selection of frozen yogurt, some of them are unusual but tasty
4 based on 88 reviews
We almost only patronize brewpubs off-hours, in order to avoid noise and service issues that plague popular spots. Finally made the trek across two rivers to the South Hills of Pittsburgh for Sunday brunch: a summery frittata and Monte Cristo pizza (smoked Gouda, Canadian bacon, maple syrup), and $2-$3.25 5-oz beer tasters. My frittata was plenty tasty but had a slightly rubbery feel (guessing it was precooked and carved out of a bigger pan). Accompanying fruit was simple and fresh. Wish they had at least one porter or stout on tap, even in the summer, but Smoke & Oats Amber sufficed for groom's darker beer preference. Also wish there were a lower-cal salad option at brunch. Clean, spare, friendly, ample parking, multi-garage door back wall for nice-weather, "BEST BREWPUB BATHROOM EVER" award, kids' menu available even during brunch (just ask). Tables, high-tops, barrels with stools, and spacious outdoor patio seating available. Fenced-in side yard; family-friendly.
4.5 based on 58 reviews
For as long as I can remember, Danny's Hoagies have been a staple at our house. My sister goes out of her way to stop there when visiting from Philadelphia; my children from out of town never miss stopping at Danny's! They make the most distinctive hoagie I've ever tasted....don't miss it!!
4.5 based on 46 reviews
My wife ordered take-out Sunday, wok seared beef for me, eggplant with chicken, shrimp and beef for her and we were totally delighted with the sauces and offering.
We've been going there since they opened and we have never been disappointed, but we agreed Sunday that we feel they continue to improve.
4 based on 78 reviews
Al's Café is a great place for a reasonably priced lunch. You don't even have to be dressed up to much. If you are biking the Montour Trails you can even eat at the bar. I love the homey outdoorsy environment and the yummy Italian Wedding Soup. The lemon chicken meal with home made mashed potatoes hit the spot. They are reasonably priced.
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