Kingston is a borough in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located on the western bank of the Susquehanna River opposite Wilkes-Barre City. Kingston was first settled in the early 1770s; it was later incorporated as a borough in 1857. As of the 2010 census, the population was 13,182, making it the most populous borough in the county.
Things to do in Kingston
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 91 reviews
We were in the area for business and this place was recommended to us. Our first impression was not great as we entered through the bar area that smelled of mildew and a challenging walk to the front of the reception area, however, that was our mistake. WE had our 91 year old mother with us and yet the hostess took us to the furthest table in the restaurant in she had to conquer quite a large step to a raised area. There was only 2 tables being occupied. I said to the hostess that I wish she would have seated us closer so my mother didn't have to walk so far. She was young and quite snotty when she rudely responded "she looks fine to me, she doesn't have a walker or wheelchair"! Wow, I almost let my bad side out because I find it disturbing for someone to judge a person's ability. The truth is, I myself have arthritis very bad and I perceived her attitude uncaring and offensive. Once we got settled we were greeted by a very nice server who did a great job taking care of us. We all got the crab soup that was delicious. I simply couldn't come to a Greek restaurant without ordering the lamb souvlaki. Both my husband and I said it was ok but not a lot flavor as we are accustomed to. I wish I would have ordered the crab ravioli. Their menu had a lot of choices and everything looked good coming out. Our mother ordered tilapia and she said it was very good. Other than our entrance with that unkind snotty young hostess I would still recommend trying this place. I might add this hostess also brought our bread and she all but threw it on our table in which one of the rolls fell out. It is a shame that one person can make a negative tone on an otherwise good place.
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!
4.5 based on 17 reviews
amberDonia believen when it comes to Antiquity some things never change old world traditions and commitment to freshness and quality neapolitan wood fired pizza made with home made mozzarella , european pastries , gourmet coffee and hot chocolate , fresh salad made with home made dressing , no corn syrup no artificial flavoring
Really good pizza. Thin, hot, & made from scratch. Pizza is baked in a brick oven. You feel full after eating but not like a fat sal that needs to unbutton your pants and waddle out of restaurant. Cute, quite atmosphere. WE will diffently return for a pizza.
5 based on 33 reviews
Something special bakery is that wonderful little restaurant that has an outstanding breakfast menu. From a very tasty croissant egg sandwich to cranberry walnut French toast one is sure to find something to please even the most difficult palette. A variety of sandwich selections, bakery items and coffees make this cozy spot a must stop.
4.5 based on 376 reviews
We dine here quite often and it's always delicious dinners with gourmet presentation. Most recently I ordered the salmon served with white bean ragu and kale. Excellent! Others had swordfish and chicken entrees and were equally pleased. Every time we are there a manager stops by to check if all is well with service and meal. All of the servers are friendly and efficient. It's a reliable place to dine, looking forward to going back, As a side note, we've also gone to the cooking shows and that's a great idea for something different with the informative, entertaining chef Kim and step by step a tasty meal is prepared.
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.
4.5 based on 36 reviews
We had a very nice dinner here before going to a show at the Kirby Center. The restaurant offered some unusual choices, and the food was delicious. The service was very efficient; we did not feel at all rushed. We'll definitely go back!
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
4.5 based on 28 reviews
I decided to stop in for lunch around 12 PM on a Thursday afternoon. The diner is very small so the seating was limited. I ended up sitting on a stool at the counter, there were people waiting for a table at the door. I really enjoyed my lunch. This diner is a real nice local place to go for a great lunch. I will definitely return.
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