Murrysville is a Home Rule Municipality and formerly a borough in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 18,872 at the 2000 census. It became a home rule municipality in August 1976.
Things to do in Murrysville
4.5 based on 110 reviews
We went to Juniper Grill twice in Murrysville and twice in Cranberry and the experience was excellent each time. Their menu is varied and has something for everyone. The ingredients are fresh and the dishes are presented very well. The service was really friendly and attentive each time. We will definitely be returning.
4.5 based on 297 reviews
The food is always good and the portions generous at this property. The staff is helpful and efficient. The specials are spot on and the fish is amazingly fresh. The pizzas are simply enormous and could feed a small town. This one is worth visiting several times.
4.5 based on 117 reviews
Ataste of Italy in your back yard the finest in Italian bakery very clean you walk in and the smell lets you know your going to walk out with either the fresh cookies pies cakes staff very friendly and clean ,little table sits inside where you can enjoy a little espresso and biscotti plenty parking handicap accessible and parking a must try
4 based on 66 reviews
I attended a bridal shower at Pugliano's and was impressed with the size, private banquet rooms, and food. My experience was not the typical restaurant one as it was a private function with a buffet, but the service was very good, the food above average, and a pleasant atmosphere. If in the area I would try for dinner.
5 based on 9 reviews
This little place is a nice lunch spot for a quiet, tasty soup, salad, or sandwich, followed by a delicious cupcake! They have beautiful cakes that taste as good as they look!
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Staff is great. Nothing better early in the AM. Best coffee this side of Seattle! Breakfast sandwiches are good also. Try the egg white and bacon on a multi-grain!
4.5 based on 81 reviews
Took the family for a late lunch. Had a sampler appetizer which was terrific. Everyone had something different for lunch and everyone was very pleased.
4 based on 199 reviews
Food • Friends • Family • Fun In 1972, Max & Erma created a fun, unique, gourmet hamburger restaurant you could take friends & family to, decorating it with quirky artifacts & local paraphernalia. Since that day, we've been committed to providing our guests with delicious all-American food & friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere the whole neighborhood can enjoy. We've grown over the years, but always remain true to what made us successful-delivering a great guest experience. After all, Max & Erma wouldn't have it any other way.
I called ahead and they let me put my name on the wait list. We only had to wait 5 minutes to be seated which was great because there was a big crowd. The wait staff was great and very friendly. I had the balsamic chicken which had a He potential to be good but was overdone to almost burned. The baked potato and asparagus was good. I would try it again next time I'm in the area.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
I stopped in and bought 2 dozen assorted donuts - 2 of a variety and all were delicious! I did get 4 of the Maple Bacon which are outstanding. Fruity Pebbles, Banana Cream Pie and Caramel Macchiato was also delish! Great and fast service, friendly staff and offers of hot fresh donuts to taste while waiting are all things that make this 5 stars!
4 based on 125 reviews
After Dr appointments in Pittsburgh, this is where we stop to eat. Today was an Impossible burger along with the beet and candied walnut shake. Sounds suspicious but was excellent. The burger was much more to my liking than a black bean burger. So try it!
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