Titusville is a city in Crawford County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 5,601 at the 2010 census, and the city is part of the Meadville, PA Micropolitan Statistical Area and Erie-Meadville, PA Combined Statistical Area. Titusville is where the modern oil industry began.
Things to do in Titusville
4.5 based on 139 reviews
We were celebrating Girls Night out with drinks and dinner before our paint class. Being that it was St Patrick's day eve, I had the Tropical Leprechaun, which was fantastic (as well as the usual Blue Canoe Lemonade). Had the pretzels as an app - the cheesy beer dip is delish! Ordered a Reuben--- loaded with corned beef! Our server, Jade, was a delight, as always. Will be back, hopefully for another Girls Night!
2 based on 3 reviews
I love Dairy Queen food but this one has the slowest service of anyplace I have ever been! Once I went through the drive-thru and I waited 5 minutes for one of the employees to hand me food out the window! It was sitting there and they completely ignored the hot food sitting there! Why the cook didn't just hand it to me is beyond my understanding! I was all paid up. I finally honked my horn and told the girl that as a drive thru customer I should have had priority service or at least been handed hot food when it was finished, in the bag so that I could get it home before it was luke warm and mushy! I don't what happened to this DQ. We used to go there all the time.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
This is a very cute diner style restaurant. My wife and I were in Titusville for one day; everyone said we had to eat at Missy's. They were right. Great menu, nice people, good food, very inexpensive -- what is there not to like? My wife and I had breakfast there -- it was great and we had change from a twenty.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
If you are looking for some really great food at an affordable price, I highly suggest this place. The subs are incredible, and the fried veggies are amazing. The staff is always very kind and courteous, and the wait times aren't long.. but understand, this is not a fast food place. They do have the cold subs premade throughout the day, but you can always order it toasted. Definitely worth the wait.
4 based on 21 reviews
We were here over the weekend and went to 3 different locations before we found this place! It is located on W. Spring Street, but on the opposite side of the street and a few stores up from where Google maps told us to go.
It's not fancy, but the food is good and the portions are large. I had the lasagna and my boyfriend had the eggplant parm which came with a side of pasta. Both entrees came with salad and garlic bread. Both dishes were tasty and I took 1/2 of my lasagna home. The new location as a liquor license so they do serve alcohol.
Prices are reasonable. We both enjoyed it, but there was nothing spectacular that made it better than any other Italian restaurant.
There are not a lot of restaurant choices in Titusville, so this would be a good stop if you are hungry.
4 based on 29 reviews
We stopped here during a family vacation, and thoroughly enjoyed the home-style cooking and good life of a rural PA town for a few hours. We tried old-time favorites like open face-sandwiches with gravy and were delighted. The fresh peach pie was the best we’ve ever tasted!
5 based on 5 reviews
This restaurant is actually located within a building that was once a cattle and milking barn. Very plain looking structure that is amazing transformed once you walk inside the door. The right half of this large building is the restaurant area which is primarily comprised of private dining rooms , each done with a different theme. An amazing interior !
A wide of variety of dishes are available and all entrees include two sides. All portions are generous and almost everything is freshly made there. Food quality was excellent and service prompt and friendly. A nice fine dining experience !
Only open Thursday thru Saturday
4.5 based on 7 reviews
They don't serve Perry's ice cream here, but Hershey's is very good. I got the Eskimo Kiss and loved it. My family enjoyed their hot dogs, and I loved my "Sea Dog" - a foot-long fish stick on a bun. The sweet potato fries were also tasty, and I loved the mac 'n cheese bites (fried, of course). I hope to be back and try more flavors...Staff was helpful when we had lots of questions...
4 based on 5 reviews
I had heard about this place and decided to stop in. It is fairly small and very country, not fancy. Servers werefriendly and informative about the food. Generous portions were served. I had the traditional sampler of pulled pork, brisket, sausage, cornbread and coleslaw with two different sauces. The meat was smoky and juicy/tender. They suggest you try it without sauce first and they were correct. The cornbread muffin was sweet and warm. The coleslaw was perfect. Not too much sugar or mayo with a good bit of celery seed. We asked about the southern fried cabbage and decided to come back for mac and cheese too. The ribs weren't quite ready so we look forward to returning to try those out. The only concerns were a somewhat slow waitstaff and food wait. The sausage was a bit spicy for us too but others may love it. We are interested in the smoked prime rib meal in the future. This fits the bill when you are craving northern BBQ.
3.5 based on 14 reviews
Honestly, this is likely on of the most average Chinese restaurants we have ever eaten at. Regrettably, in Titusville, this is it for Chinese.
First you pay before you eat. They do allow take out.
The dishes are recognizable. Chick and broccoli, Hot and sour soup, egg drop soup. There is not a dish I tasted that I felt compelled to go back and try again.
They do have ice cream for desert. This place would benefit from some recipes from other Chinese restaurants. not a whole lot of service either.....we had to wait to get our drinks.
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