Discover the best restaurant in Hidden Valley, United States including Out of the Fire Cafe, Rey Azteca, Helen's Fine Dining, Country Pie Shoppe, Dairy Queen, Mulligan's, Silver Horse Coffee, Brady's Restaurant, Summit Diner, Dough Girls
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4.5 based on 518 reviews
Out of the Fire Cafe is a family owned and operated casual restaurant serving New American cuisine year round. We have been creating flavors amidst laughter and friends since the year 2007. The Cafe is tucked into the Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania, conveniently located near area ski resorts, Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob, numerous state parks, and the rushing Pennsylvania Turnpike. Out of the Fire Cafe welcomes guests with an open kitchen where guests are able to peer into a mesmerizing scene of flashing flames and artistic finesse. The spacious dining area is complimented by an incredible view of the Laurel Highlands ridgeline. Deck dining is offered when the weather permits giving diners the opportunity to take in the rolling countryside. We are a Bring Your Own Beer or Wine establishment so don't forget to snag your beverage of choice. For a reservation please call the phone number listed below.
Came with my husband, my parents and our 13 year old son. We had a reservation on a Friday night. A wonderful woman took the reservation over the phone, wish I could remember her name because she was so great. Our server was fantastic as well, she was so helpful and friendly. This is the first dinner experience I’ve had here, we have been for lunch. Fantastic byob policy. The specials were delicious. The cheese tray could feed a small army. You certainly get you money’s worth in portion size. Steaks were delicious, salmon melted in my mouth. This is such a gem, we had a wonderful family time. Thanks for a wonderful evening.
4.5 based on 187 reviews
Can't say enough about our server. He was very friendly and efficient. I had the veggie burrito which came with rice and beans. While the burrito was very good it was a tad runny. The beans and rice were ok. My dining partner ordered off the menu, of which they were very responsive and had veggie quesadellas which she thought were good. As others have said the chips were good but the salsa was a tad mild. All in all it was a nice dinner!
4 based on 100 reviews
Helen's Restaurant is the perfect place for a truly fine dining experience. Helen's continues the tradition of offering an upscale dining experience in a rustic setting with unique food that cannot be found anywhere else on the mountain. The menu at Helen’s features fresh creations from local ingredients.We take great care in carrying on longstanding traditions served alongside fresh presentations featuring locally sourced ingredients.
Located along side of the ski slopes at the Seven Springs resort, this rustic lodge provides a wonderfully romantic atmosphere for dining. The service was great. The food was expensive. Average main course about $40. Unfortunately the food was not up to the standsrd that you would expect for the price. It was not bad, but not as great as you should expect in such a pricey place. The duck confit was rather stringy, the veal shank was about as good as you would get in any Italian eatery for half the price.
3.5 based on 66 reviews
We got a birthday cake here . I don't have any pics to post because it was eaten rather rapidly! The decoration was great and whoever did it took their time and did a fine job. The cake tasted amazing! Highly recommended.
4 based on 26 reviews
We stop here occasionally on trips back from our cabin at Hesston, Pa near Raystown Lake. They always have friendly service. We love the décor of the building. The beautiful fireplace and this time it was decorated for Thanksgiving. A lot easier to get in and out of than across the road at McDonalds and DQ is always better!
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Great little place with an awesome view! Nice place for a quick bite, lunch or appetizer - any time and especially after golf. They also serve breakfast sandwiches and eggs in the morning. Really the only place open in Hidden Valley, off-season. They have Fairway Friday during the summer with specials and live entertainment. Specials include taco night, steamer buckets, grilled sausage, hamburgers and club sandwiches. We especially liked the Fairway Fries - French fires topped with pulled pork, BBQ and cheese - paired with a cold beer! Delicious!!
5 based on 15 reviews
Silver Horse Coffee is a family run cafe born in the mountains of Southwestern Pennsylvania. We provide the finest coffees and local goods to guarantee that you experience and remember your time in the Laurel Highlands. Eat. Drink. Ride.
Don't let its strip plaza location fool you, this is a true independent coffee shop opened just short of a year ago. Great design, texture painted silver throughout with woodsy lodge motifs prevalent in the area. A full barista menu is offered with many Torani flavors and seasonal specialty drinks, teas and top notch matcha. Light food accompaniments are available as well.
4 based on 199 reviews
Our family group had lunch here as the options in this area are few and far between. It is an older style diner with a casual laid back atmosphere and just ok food. Nothing to write home about but decent enough if you are hungry. Stick to the hamburger as they cannot do much to mess that up. Portions are average and price point is ok for what you get. Service was good for our large group. Probably not a spot I would go back to but ok in a pinch if you are hungry for some stick to your ribs food.
4 based on 325 reviews
This place doesn’t look like much but dang the breakfast is outstanding!! Got the breakfast special with scrambled eggs, homefries, wheat toast, sausage with a side of French toast. Huge portion and I shouldn’t ate so much food but it was all perfectly cooked for $4.99 plus $1.99 for the French toast, can’t beat it for flavor or price.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
This is a pizza restaurant and bakery. Probably the best pizza I've ever eaten, completely fresh and baked to order. Their cinnamon rolls with maple frosting are divine, and their burnt sugar cake -- a specialty of Somerset County -- is to die for. The best since Aunt Thelma's! They've been open for a year and are very busy, but worth the 8-mile drive south from Somerset, PA, on route 281.
Wife and I live in the area and love all specialty pizzas here. Only six bucks buys an excellent small pizza and is large enough to share. All fresh toppings and friendly ladies. Hoagies also are good too
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