McMurray is a census-designated place (CDP) in Peters Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania. The population was 4,647 at the 2010 census. Its zip code is 15317, which it shares with neighboring borough Canonsburg.
Things to do in McMurray
5 based on 128 reviews
Go past the normal fast food options and choose easy healthy delicious shawarma. Vegan options include chick pea and falafel salads and wraps. Gluten free aware, too. Very tasty fatoosh fresh mixed greens. Friendly helpful staff/family. Order at counter and food delivered quickly to your table in this new, stylish but spare eatery. Only complaint, noisy due to no apparent soundproofing.
This will be a regular stop when we travel through this area. In and out in less than 30 minutes! Yum!
5 based on 248 reviews
Stopped here while passing through the area headed back from Erie, PA. This candy shop is wonderful It features locally made chocolate candy which you can purchase by the piece or box. It also features beautiful displays and a large ice cream parlor. The ice cream parlor is beautiful and ice cream will satisfy your taste buds. Great place to stop esp around Christmas and Easter. This shop is locally owned and operated by the Sarris family. If in the area and you are a Perry Como fan, his statue is not quite a mile away for here. Pittsburgh , Pa is also a short drive .
4.5 based on 91 reviews
We enjoy going to Toscano when it's a nice sunny day and we can sit on the patio. The lemon chicken and lasagne are two great meals; we also enjoy their caprese salad as a starter and I enjoy the moscato wine. I'd recommend trying their meatballs as well. Although I'm not crazy about meatballs, theirs are really good.
4.5 based on 95 reviews
Arlecchino is a fabulous place to enjoy a special dinner. It is located in a building that was formerly an school building, and has great atmosphere. They have many items on the menu, but the specialty is a huge double veal chop, prepared braised, grilled, or Milanese style. The veal chops and other meat and seafood items are all served accompanied by family-style servings of a beautifully prepared salad and pasta (fusilli alla vodka and cacao e pepe). Our party of six ordered three of the Milanese veal chops, each to be shared by a couple at our table. There is a $15 charge for split orders to cover the salad and pasta-well worth it. We all had a delightful time, and wound up taking almost two pounds of veal home to enjoy as leftovers. Arlecchino is fabulous!
4.5 based on 69 reviews
Very, very good breakfasts with fabulous baked goods except their cakes are not what I would have expected. A friend brought carrot cake to our house from Bartram and it was horrible. Our friend actually returned it. I feel their cakes, that are in the case, look like too much is going on with them. The carrot cake had so many things on and in it that was actually very unappetizing. None of us could eat it. And I love sweets! But I do like their food for breakfast and lunch. I didn't go for awhile because I thought, and so did my friend, that the coffee was really awful but I feel that it has really improved.
4 based on 80 reviews
Beechie's Place offers a casual dining atmosphere with Polish, Mediterranean, Italian, Euro-American and New American Cuisine. The restaurant seats 125 and the bar seats 45. Every day we feature daily Chef Specials, nightly events, and monthly blow out events like Iron Chef Cook-Off. We now cater for corporate lunches, birthdays, anniversaries, wedding and baby showers, picnics, graduations and more. Just email or call us for more information.
My husband and I were driving home from Fort Lauderdale to Toronto and stopped for the night. The desk clerk at the motel recommended this restaurant and it was an excellent and much appreciated recommendation. My husband found his hamburger delicious and liked that the beer was ice cold. My salad was fresh and my wrap was really tasty. We were very tired after a long day's drive. We were greeted with good friendly service and good food. It was a pleasant way to end a tedious day.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Fortuitea Cafe & Bakery is a charming cafe and bakery located just minutes from Tanger Outlets and the Meadows Racetrack & Casino in Washington, PA. We have a wide selection of whole bean coffees and loose leaf teas, and you'll enjoy a variety of soups, sandwiches, salads, wraps, and baked goods, such as pastries, fresh breads, and custom cakes. There are also many gluten-free options available. Afternoon tea is a especially relaxing treat, featuring tea or coffee, finger sandwiches, scones, and pastries.
Wanting to try someplace new for coffee after church, I found a listing for Fortuitea online.
Husband ordered a regular coffee.
In years past I frequently made coffee in one of two French Presses that I still own, coarse grinding beans in my burr grinder. Husband of two years likes a light roast and makes his coffee much too weak for my taste. I don't drink nearly as much coffee as I did years ago so lately have purchased cold brew to keep in the fridge for myself. Learning that French Press coffee was available, I ordered Columbia Supremo and a pistachio sticky bun.
Husband's coffee was very much to his liking so he was happy.
I was concerned by the small amount of grounds in my French Press and they seemed ground much finer than I've ever had when ordering out or grinding my own one. After a 5 minute wait I poured coffee into my cup to find it VERY weak. When the man behind the counter came to the table I commented that it was the weakest French Press coffee that I'd ever seen. He seemed annoyed and stated, "I used two tablespoons of coffee!" Before I could reply he turned and went behind the counter. Two tablespoons would have been sufficient if there were a one cup French Press. He should have used one half cup (8 Tablespoons) of coffee beans in the 34 oz French Press on my table.
Husband offered me his coffee and he drank the French Press coffee which he said was weak even for his taste.
I wish I could at least say that the sticky bun was terrific but, sadly, the nuts and topping were burnt.
Our bill came to just under $13.00 without a tip.
4 based on 109 reviews
Jacksons Restaurant + Bar is a sophisticated, but casual, restaurant located in the heart of the expanding Southpointe industrial park. Our restaurant includes a covered patio that seats up to 50 people and private dining room for intimate seating. From our unique open kitchen that includes a brick oven and wood fire grill, we expertly prepare artful American cuisine with an International flair. Our signature dishes include Crab Cakes, Famous Shrimp & Chorizo Chowder and Hand-Cut Prime Steaks. What separates Jacksons from our competition is our warm friendly atmosphere, knowledgeable staff and quality, fresh, local and imported products.
It truly shows the care, dedication to quality and excellence, and concern these folks have in the overall dining experience here! I have had fabulous lunches and dinners, above and beyond professional service, and not noticed anything that a "particular" person such as myself would think as in need of attention. Clean, well maintained and updated, and impressively designed.
4 based on 104 reviews
I attended a luncheon on 11-16-17 with more than 60 other attendees. The service was excellent. The servers did a wonderful job of taking drink orders, getting food and drinks to the table promptly & clearing tables. I ordered pecan crusted salmon with asparagus. It is very difficult for salmon to be perfectly cooked when baking for a large crowd as it continues at cook after being removed from an oven. More often than not the asparagus is mushy. For those reasons I stopped ordering salmon at a restaurant. Since this was my first visit to this particular Atria's I thought I would give it a try. To my surprise and delight the salmon & asparagus were perfectly cook. The pecan crust was excellent. I highly recommend this restaurant.
4.5 based on 73 reviews
Hog Fathers is the place to go when you crave the smokey flavor of good, old fashioned BBQ in Washington County, PA.
I've had the ribs on previous visits so decided on BBQ chicken with sweet potato fries and cole slaw for a change of pace. The chicken was moist, smokey and perfectly coated in tangy sauce.
Husband had his favorite burgher and grandson chose the pulled pork. Both were very happy with their choices.
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