Huntingdon is a borough in (and the county seat of) Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located along the Juniata River, approximately 32 miles (51 km) east of Altoona and 92 miles (148 km) west of Harrisburg. With a population of 7,093 at the 2010 census, it is the largest population center near Raystown Lake, a winding, 28-mile-long (45 km) flood-control reservoir managed by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Things to do in Huntingdon
4.5 based on 140 reviews
Loved Boxers which is a small pub with some good burgers and beer. Locals gather to solve life's problems and share some quality time. Great for couples, singles young and old.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
Specialty espresso bar, in-house roasted, relationship-based coffee and coffee wholesale, paninis, sandwiches, salads, smoothies and milkshakes, soups, baked goods, desserts, free wi-fi, outdoor seating, coin-op laundromat, and a community hot spot!
My SO enjoys the coffee and breakfast here weekly, but I guess my coffee palate is numbed by Starbucks. It's a great little place (if a little slow) for a cup and a snack, cozy and in-town convenient by yourself or with a group of friends. I've heard they host game nights which sound fun but I haven't attended any.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Ok, good reviews , ice cream is ok, menu board is hard to read , daily selections hard to see, local joint with local people. Dairy Queen down the road just as good if not better. Both facilities clean and professional check out both and decide!
4 based on 123 reviews
On our way back from Raystown Lake we stopped at Mimi's. No reservation on a Friday night, but we were there early (5:30 ish) and got a seat right away. H had a martini and he was pleased. I ordered mussels, clam chowder, salad with raspberry vinaigrette. H had clam chowder and salmon. There were over a dozen mussels in a delicious broth, with lots of bread to soak up the yumminess. Unfortunately 5 of the mussels didn't open, they didn't really matter because there were so many, but they should have been pulled from the plate before serving.
The clam chowder was very satisfying and lots of clam. The bowl and the mussels were my meal!
The salad was ho-hum. I am used to very free produce for salad, and these leaves were a bit tired. A cold bath probably would have woken them up. Don't know about the raspberry vinaigrette. i was expecting tart (singer?) and a light dressing with a touch of raspberry, the dressing was a thick really syrupy super sweet not-anything-I-expected mess. To be fair I ordered it again at another place, and it was the same. Do NOT order.
The meal was very filling, and actually I didn't really need the salad. But felt compelled to take it with me, and promptly threw it away.
But it was a great stop. And service is excellent, and the folks all very nice.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
I came across this bakery a few times while visiting a friend in the area, and I had a taste for a cupcake. The store is really neat and clean and the selection of cupcakes are decent. They claim to make their cupcakes fresh daily..and the day old ones are still sold...at 50% off (and they were fresh) I selected the discounted ones and chose lemon, double chocolate, and German chocolate. I had a lemon and the German chocolate, and will say that they were DELICIOUS. Unlike other bakeries I've been too..these were not overly sweet at all..and I could actually taste lemon and chocolate. They also sell "old fashioned" candy and a wide variety of chocolates. Be sure to pay visit to get your cupcake fix. Oh, and they do sheet cakes, cake logs, and other specialties as well.
4 based on 130 reviews
In business since 1949, Top's Diner & Catering is a locally owned diner that specializes in home made style foods, large portions, and fun atmosphere. Locals and travellers alike have made Top's "the place to go".
Stopped at the dinner for lunch the food was not that great the fries were soggy and the sandwich was greasy. With very little taste. On my way home I got sick. it wasn't a pleasant meal.
4 based on 6 reviews
One of the only DQs we've ever seen that closes up come Labor Day, only to reopen on or about the spring opener of Turkey season. Now, to be clear ... the DQ buster bars and custard are equal to any we've ever had. No worse, no better. The place is very awkward and dangerous driving in and out of their lot. There is no place to sit down. And it closes up about 9 or 10 in the evening. It is what it is. But if you don't like the sounds of this place, don't sweat it. There's another one about 8 or 9 miles further down Rt. 22. Wait ... safer, better, can go in and sit down if you wish.
4.5 based on 56 reviews
Kelly's is a fun place to go see the community's eclectic folks, popping in for a beverage at the well-stocked bar, have a snack, or a full meal, complete with a salad bar that offers a good variety of items to put on your salad....MoreYour feedback means a lot to us! Thank you, and we hope to see you soon.
4 based on 115 reviews
It's a "wanna-be" barbecue place missing the mark for any individual with an appreciation for barbecue. The ribs are dry, stick to the bone because the meat content is lacking.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Great pixxa, good value, awesome service. A wonderful, easy takeout meal to bring back to the B&B after a day of hikng
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