Wexford is an unincorporated community in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, United States. The area known as Wexford is split among multiple municipalities, including Franklin Park, McCandless Township, Pine Township, and Marshall Township. It is named after County Wexford in Ireland.
Things to do in Wexford
5 based on 20 reviews
AWESOME. The Best buttercream pastries. Phyllo dough is flaky and crisp. Large lady locks & mini lady locks are only beaten by their Sugared BearClaw filled with buttercream.
4.5 based on 205 reviews
After visiting two times with my wife, it would be unfair to characterize all the menu selections. I will say the red sauce is pretty darn good. But the four meals we had were, at best, just OK. The lasagna was a particular disappointment.
But, the biggest criticism is not the food, but the decor--ambiance if you will. It just is not there. Very tired. Dreary. Paying the going rate for food should come with a fresh, clean look. Not happenin' at Bell Frutteto.
I wish them well especially since this is an independent operation. Hope they take this criticism as motivation to spiff up the place and rething at least some of the recipes.
4 based on 87 reviews
Our family enjoyed an amazing breakfast at Bartram! We had eggs Benedict, bacon quiche and bacon & sausage sandwich...not to mention the items from the bakery! We had the best blueberry muffin ever!! We will return to dine here on our next visit to Wexford!! Great service but don’t wait too late to enjoy their baked goods...they will run out!
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Unlike some of the smaller Starbucks stores along the interstate, this location has the full spectrum of menu items, including lunch combo sandwiches and snacks. We weren't here for lunch though. We stopped in at about six pm for the wi-fi, to find hotel accommodations for the night.
The young lady handling the register was personable. Service was fast ... we didn't wait long for our drinks. Wi-fi speed was adequate. The pumpkin nut bread was excellent. I had no complaints about this Starbucks location.
4.5 based on 232 reviews
We were lucky to get a reservation on a Friday night of New Year’s Eve weekend...actually it was the last reservation available. We were to be seated at 7:30 but didn’t get to our table until 7:55. Our waitress immediately apologized and told us they had a sample platter of appetizers in the works since we didn’t get to our table on time - also the manager came over to apologize as well! Our service was impeccable the rest of the night. They accommodated us by selling us bottles of wine that were only available on the menu by the glass (it was one of our favorite Pinot Noirs). Our free appetizer consisted of the Cajun shrimp (jumbo shrimp dusted in Cajun seasoning & seared on a hot skillet served with orange marmalade), Ichiban (bite size pieces of fresh fish marinated in ginger soy sauce & finished with an Ancho Chili aioli - which was incredible) and a crab cake served with Remoulade Sauce. We also ordered the calamari and oyster Rockefeller appetizers! They were all great - the calamari was perfectly cooked! We also enjoyed the cup of clam chowder and Caesar salad - which was enough for 2 people to share. Sides are served family style so we had the steak fries (covered with Parmesan cheese and white truffle oil - one of the top sellers) as well as the crab infused Mac N Cheese! We plan to try the lobster shipped potatoes on our next visit. Our four entrees were Parmesan Style Swordfish (which we rated as #1 because the sauce was incredible), blackened Cajun redfish, one of the specials of the night which was Chilean Sea Bass & the swordfish carbonara. All were excellent dishes! We ended with creme brûlée and the triple chocolate latte (which we all fought over - it is a flour-less chocolate lava cake with 3 chocolates and Chantilly cream). Our dining experience was over the top and we will be back!
5 based on 41 reviews
Nice deli style restaurant good folks working there. Have visited several times and everything was fantastic everytime. I a lover or reubens and theirs is different but made even more wonderfull than the norm. Very much recommend visiting if you are in the mood for fresh sandwich, soup, etc.
4 based on 14 reviews
Ginger did an amazing job with a corporate event for me. I would highly recommend the donut station for any type of event. The selection of donuts at the shop is unlimited and Ginger did her best to recreate that at my location. Everyone raved about the donuts and loved the ability to create a unique combination. I can't wait to schedule my next event.
In addition, my kids and I visit this location quite a bit. (Entirely too often) Everyone at the Wexford location is always very friendly and the donuts are always fresh!
4.5 based on 52 reviews
M-Th: 8 am – 9 pm F-Sat: 8 am – 10 pm Sunday: CLOSED
With more choices these days for celiacs, I find the Oven to be one of my "go to" places for pizza. They offer paninis on GF dough, pizzas and salads. I can even get breadsticks here! The GF crust is fresh and not "grainy" (or UDIs frozen) like so many other places. The sauce is amazing and the toppings are fresh and varied. My favorite is the mushroom and peperoni, with an order of cheese breaksticks. The GF chicken ranch panini is awesome as well (not sure if ranch is GF, but I've never had an issue with my celiac here).
The atmosphere is awesome, wth cozy booths and an outdoor area in warmer weather. The beer and wine selection is decent, and they offer GF hard apple cider.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
Graeter's Ice Cream produces craft ice cream using the small batch, artisanal, French Pot process, dating back over a century. Graeter's has won the hearts of ice cream enthusiasts across the country as well as the respect of the nation's most influential foodies. The Cincinnati-based company remains family owned and operated and continues to handcraft ice cream 2 1/2 gallons at a time.
Recently my wife and I went to Graeter's Ice Cream in the Wexford Plaza, in the flats section of Wexford. The restaurant is in a large shopping mall, next to Loafer's, with plenty of free parking. Inside the restaurant is large....even rather "homey"....with ample seating. Graeter's is a chain, but I believe this is their first establishment in Pa. The ice cream is made in small batches, with lots of standard, as well as different flavors. Hands down, best....and I mean THE BEST ice cream in the North Hills. It's everything an ice cream affectionado looks for....great taste, quality, creaminess, consistency...in other words, Really Good! Five Stars!
4.5 based on 74 reviews
Our family stopped in for lunch based on the favorable reviews and we were not disappointed. The burgers were done to perfection and the fries were also tasty.
I had the wings which were good but not outstanding. The food portions were also adequate. Its an open atmosphere restaurant that has a tendency to be a little noisy when crowded. They also had no domestic draft beer other than bottles which was surprising. Overall, we were pleased with the food and service.
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