Plymouth is a borough in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, 4 miles (6 km) west of Wilkes-Barre (along the Susquehanna River). The population was 5,951 as of the 2010 census.
Things to do in Plymouth
4.5 based on 118 reviews
Canteen 900 is all about real people and real food. Make Canteen 900 your new destination for coffee, espresso, pastries, breakfast and lunch! Our full menu has something for everyone and all ages. Eat in, take-out, or have Canteen 900 deliver group orders to your office. Don't forget to ask about or check our page for daily specials. Having a party? Canteen 900 is also available as event space for your next special occasion and is happy to create an amazing menu for you and your guests. Bon Appetit!
From the first time I visited and had that multi grain bun with bacon, lettuce, tomato and avacado to the last time when it was kale salad and soup.... this place rocks. The food is just delicious, everything I have ever eaten, delicious. The only thing bad about the place is how early it closes.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
We went to Plymouth to see the foliage around the area and to let my husband see how the area he grew up in over 60 years ago looks today. We tried several of his old "favorites" for lunch, but some were no longer there, and some were closed on Sunday. Then we stumbled into Uncle Bucks BBQ on Main St. in Plymouth. What a find. His ribs were delicious. They were St. Louis style ribs, not Baby Backs. While they were a little "chewier" that Baby Backs, they were meaty, tender, had a LOT of meat on the bones and had the best flavor of any ribs we have every eaten. They actually served me a side of a baked potato at noon, where most places tell you that baked potatoes are not available until after 4 pm. The side salad was full of nice additions like onions, sweet peppers and topped with shredded cheese. We each got the half rack and still had leftovers. We are so glad we found this place. When we visit again we will definitely eat there. In fact we are thinking about going to the Kielbasa Festival that is held there in August. We also want to try their smoked Kielbasa and what better atmosphere than a Festival. Thanks Uncle Buck are a fantastic meal with great service!
5 based on 1 reviews
Every time we go to Curry Donuts the donuts are really fresh and there is always a lot of choices to pick from. When my son and his fsmily comes to our house he always wants me to get their donuts for desert. They also love them.
5 based on 90 reviews
We are the official Microbrewery/BrewPub of Northeast PA's coal region. Our craft brews are dedicated to the hard working people who have been and still are examples of our rich heritage.
Breaker Brewing Company is a little gem of a place, with great people great service great beers and good food and a friendly atmosphere. I Loveth PA was my favorite IPA I didnt try any others, I plan to go back for that. Also the panniis are great but the real hit of the night were the pickles, lol yes they make their own pickles, and they are the best i've ever had!
4 based on 1 reviews
I heard good things about the pizza and wings through a family member. I'm glad I followed up on it. Evidently there are two sauces, the regular and sweet sauce. Upon my Cousins suggestion, I ordered the large round sweet. I also ordered the mild wings. They were great. the wings were even still crispy after the ten minute ride home in the styrofoam container. I did go against her advice by ordering the Sicilian. It was ok. Nothing to rave about and I'll leave it at that. They also have great specials. Example; sicilian tray and an order of wings for $16.
5 based on 9 reviews
my 89 year old gramma used to eat here when she was a teen! The food is good - the BBQs are tasty. Sometimes the dinners (ribs or chicken and baked potato) have come out cold, though...
4.5 based on 232 reviews
Bonless chicken bits were very good. Can get in a variety of flavored sauces. Garlic parmesan was delicious. Good cheesburger and philly cheese steak. Topped off with onion straws that were just as good. Waiter Steven was very friendly and attentative without being over board.
4 based on 16 reviews
We came here after being recommended by several friends. It was worth it and more although truly an unpretentious atmosphere. Service was exceptional. We both had burgers which were inventive and delicious. Definitely fresh burgers and not frozen. One had crumbled blue cheese between two parties with arugula and garlic mayo. Another was grilled meatloaf with cole slaw. Both were very juicy. We will absolutely be coming back here again.
4.5 based on 189 reviews
A very nice place on the central square in Wilkes-Barre. The ambiance is definitely Italian but with less clutter than usual. High ceilings and open spaces keep the noise level low. We enjoyed both veal and chicken dishes which were superbly cooked and presented. The only problem was that the shrimp was overcooked and tough. Service was adequate although our server didn't come back to ask if the meal was ok until the very end. We would probably go back again to the Cafe Toscana
5 based on 5 reviews
If you like to find the hole in the place where the locals go for great food, than look no further the Donny`s Hoagies. This place looks like someone house but once inside welcome hoagie heaven, with several different choice of hoagie to choose from you never look at Subway food the same. Excellent food and price.
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