Discover the best restaurant in Old Forge, United States including Dunkin' Donuts, LongHorn Steakhouse, Anthony's Restaurant, Taylor Deli, Tipsy Turtle, Picc's Ice Cream Co, Arcaro & Genell's Restaurant, Cafe Rinaldi, Nana's Pasta House, POSH at Scranton Club
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4 based on 5 reviews
Doesn't matter which one I go to, they always accommodate any customization I ask for. They know what customer service is all about!
4 based on 155 reviews
Maybe they had an off night. The steaks were over cooked and super salty. There was gristle in the all the portions at the table. The sides were good. From a steak perspective, the Texas Roadhouse beats them hands down. The service was good.
4.5 based on 73 reviews
We were taken here for a lovely Italian meal with friends who often go there. We are from the UK and would be unable to return but would certainly recommend it. The menu was substantial, I chose potato encrusted salmon which was delicious, and the steaks are thick and cooked to perfection. The staff were very friendly and attentive and nothing was too much trouble for them. Well recommended.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Taylor Deli has relocated from a modest rustic beginning with a few tables to a larger almost upscale space down the block. It offers convenient parking, handicapped entrance, a walk in service counter, lots of upper level table seating...even a few TVs in the dining area, usually showing cable news.
Breakfast and especially lunch are the sweet spots. (but we've never tried dinner...yet). The menu (check it online) is creative enough to be interesting. Wraps, hoagies and sandwiches and core offerings and well done. 'Old Forge Style' pizza is good. Omelets are nicely done. Daily specials and soups are good too. It looks like they do a big takeout business at lunchtime. This attests to simple but good food.
They even sell beer to go.
About 5 minutes off Interstate 81. It's a solid, convenient place with good food and great service that won't disappoint, and close enough to 81 for a quick stop or call in take out.
4 based on 65 reviews
The Tipsy Turtle is really an airport/hotel area pub/east coast diner. It was located in the parking lot of my hotel so drinking a few beers and getting back to the hotel was not a problem. Wings, burgers and beers are the specialty but they have a very wide ranging menu from past to fish to steaks. What I love about the wings is you can order anywhere from 6 to 50 and there are about 50 different seasoning choices. I like mine very spicy and 'Inferno' was pretty much as as advertised. In addition to plenty of food they have about 30 beers on tap plus a few in the bottle. You cannot leave here hungry and while you are filling up as there are plenty of big screen TVs on the wall to keep you entertained.
5 based on 8 reviews
We are so lucky to have this ice cream establishment in our hometown because people come from all over northeast PA to Piccs for their delicious ice cream. The ice cream is really good, great prices and fantastic service. Lots of folk enjoy curbside service,while others can use the picnic facilities or indoor airconditioned tables. Recent features are the coffee bar with the best cappuccino that we ever tasted. Piccs is the best in the area by far!
4 based on 142 reviews
Four of us went to dinner for, what we thought, would be an enjoyable dinner. Were we in for a shock. Calamari was disgusting. Eating grease would be very similar. Cooked at too low of a temperature. Specials were bland, tasteless and just horrible. Raviolis tasted like Chef Boy Ardee. Sauce was Chef Boy Ardee. Without a doubt, the worst meal we have ever had ever. School cafeteria would be better.
4 based on 64 reviews
Since it was a Friday evening around 6:45PM we knew many restaurants would be busy....Cafe Rinaldi was no exception. We were headed back to Syracuse and were hoping to find a nice spot for the 4 of us. There were no seats available in the dining room but there were 4 available seats on the lovely bar. We were greeted by the bartenders, who were super friendly and efficient and started with our drinks. We had heard the risotto was awesome so we split a bowl and enjoyed it tremendously. Very creamy and cooked perfectly. Specialties we chose were Spring Penne with shrimp and Eggplant Parmesan. The dishes were delicious and abundant. The other dishes in our party were pasta and meatballs and Manicotti. The sauces were delicious and fresh. We would highly recommend this establishment.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
We always enjoy Nana's Pasta House. Everything we've ordered off the menu comes in huge portions, and is delicious. Recommened dishes include the pasta tenderloins, which is strips of melt-in-your-mouth filet mignon amd mushrooms over homemade fettuccine in a garlic butter sauce. Seafood sauce over pasta was loaded with shrimp, scallops and clams. Their homemade pasta is fantastic. One of their specialty sauces is Lucaya sauce...hearty meat sauce with spinach. Really different.
Sole Franchese was delectable and light.
Their appetizer pizza is great, light crust with an Old Forge style cheese blend.
Servers are wonderful and make you feel like family. Interior is quirky, sorta 70s, but that adds to the home style comfort level.
Reservations highly recommended on Saturdays.
4.5 based on 220 reviews
POSH At The Scranton Club is a full service restaurant and Event facility located in beautiful downtown Scranton in what was formerly a private club. Opened to the public for the first time in the building's history, POSH offers classic American cuisine in a refined yet casual setting as well as the latest cocktails in the Fashion Lounge, and Oak Bar. A second floor event space can hold up to 250 guests for any special event. Weekly live entertainment in the Oak Bar
Visited Posh on a recent trip to visit our kids at the U of S. From the moment we entered to when we left the entire meal experience was excellent. We were promptly seated and after a few minutes the owner came over to welcome us and introduce himself. We proceeded to order wine (very good selection at different prices) and a few shareable appetizers. The cauliflower bites and crudités were excellent. All of us also enjoyed the wonderful pretzel bread bites. Very tasty and unique. All 5 of us ordered different mains from osso bucco to filet mignon to lobster special to ahi tuna and chicken. Everything was served expeditiously but not rushed. Presentation was wonderful and more importantly very good. Also the portions are very large; definitely good leftovers. We also ordered a few desserts to share which were outstanding. Through out our dining experience another manager checked up on us to see how things were going. Overall this first visit to Posh was memorable, with great service, and more importantly excellent food. Do not hesitate to try Posh or go back for another worthy dining experience. I know we’ll be back.
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