Rockwood is a borough in Somerset County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 954 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Johnstown, Pennsylvania Metropolitan Statistical Area, and located due North of Pennsylvania's highest peak, Mount Davis, which significantly constricts land travel routing south of the municipality.
Things to do in Rockwood
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!
4.5 based on 66 reviews
Rockwood Mill Shoppes offers casual Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at the Mill Sweet Treats Cafe or the Mill Shoppes Pizza. You can also try one of our shows at the Opera House. Get swept away by Jazz, relive old favorites like Hank Williams or have a unique live theater experience with one of our plays. While you're here, browse our shoppes. Rockwood Mill Shoppes is the best place to find something no one else will have, because it's unique, handmade and American! For the history buff, our Antique Shoppe has a collection of stories curated in the items we've found over the years. We have enough to fill the original Penrose Wolf House! We'll take you on a tour of items from early America and through the mid twentieth century. CLOSED UNTIL SPRING 2018. Check our website for our upcoming entertainment schedule.
This is a cute little stop on a road trip...lots of bicycles come through here it looks like. The place is clean with a nice restroom. Food is average...shops are few and small but nicely done.Thank you for your response. This was an old feed mill that we restored and hoped to have items in the shoppes that would help to make rural town shopping a little easier. Come see us again soon.
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
4 based on 34 reviews
My husband and I decided to eat breakfast out today before grocery shopping. We were completely expecting normal breakfast food. We were surprised at their breakfast menu and especially the build your own breakfasts. Both of us loved our food and then had to buy some sweet treats and pumpernickel bread to take home. We are already excited to come back!!!!
4 based on 430 reviews
Loved it so much we went twice in 2 days! Extensive menu, nothing super fancy, but so loved the family style food and environment. Hot sliced sandwiches are very good. Really enjoyed the buffalo fries - standard fries coated in buffalo sauce. Note they charge you $.50 for extra dressing for your salad. Lots of parking in back. Staff super friendly. It seemed quite popular with the older crowd, but we enjoyed ourselves. Can also purchase honey from them as a a gift. Looks like they had a room you could use for special funcitons.
4 based on 27 reviews
My friends and I our very frequent customers who eat here a couple times a month. The wings are to use for! I always have to order a half dozen of the special wings with my steak salad! Very friendly employees.
5 based on 17 reviews
Just love this place. The Stolzfus family are just the greatest people. The baked goods are so fresh and the ice cream is made right there. What could be better.
Are you looking for a special pickled relish, an unusual type of chow-chow or some other kind of wonderful PA Dutch jelly or jam, then you're at the right place. They even have cheese curds like you find in Wisconsin.
If you want homemade goodness & variety, stop at Moo Echo. If you're not from the area, the drive is worth it. Stay and have lunch, great sandwiches & subs made from high quality meat and cheese. You won't be disappointed
4 based on 177 reviews
Have moved away from the area and now here visiting. Really miss eat n park.
Had a super burger and it was as good, if not better than I remembered. Salad bar was
filled with fresh salad goodies , fruit, and chocolate mousse. Servers are very efficient
and friendly. Will be back!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
We stopped here to eat lunch on the way to Laurel Caverns. Then we stopped later for snacks. The cafe only takes cash. The meals are tasty and inexpensive. Our service was as good as you can get. They have a huge parking lot that would easily handle RVs.
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