Pennsylvania is home to thousands of restaurants, each boasting unique dishes, chefs, culture, and history.
Keystone Cuisine: City Tavern - The City Tavern opened its doors in 1773, as a hub for trade and commerce. Today Chef Walter Staib prepares traditional colonial cuisine in the reconstructed Philadelphia tavern.
Keystone Cuisine: The Vault - The historic Scranton Electric City Bank Building is now home to The Vault, a modern restaurant. The interior renovations feature a full service bar, balcony, and outdoor seating.
Keystone Cuisine: Alfred’s Victorian - This Victorian mansion has been standing in Middleton, PA since 1888. Now serving Northern Italian cuisine featuring seafood, veal, and flambe table-side preparation, while maintaining the ambiance and integrity of it's historic home.
Keystone Cuisine: Victor Cafe - Known as "a music lovers rendezvous" Di Stefano's Victor Cafe in South Philadelphia serves arias along side your entree.
Keystone Cuisine: Voodoo Brewery - A craft brewery with three locations in Western PA. Serving meals on site and with the help of a food truck.
Keystone Cuisine: Harry’s the Neighborhood Place - Harry's Hotdogs operates in the historic Sadsburyville Hotel which functioned as a carriage stop for travelers in the 19th century. Now, they serve their famous hotdogs and other casual fair.
Keystone Cuisine: Ligonier Tavern - Built by Ligonier's first mayor, come to the tavern for fresh meals in friendly atmosphere.
Keystone Cuisine: Shady Maple Smorgasbord - Come hungry to Shady Maple Smorgasbord, a 200 ft. buffet in Lancaster Co.
Keystone Cuisine: The Depot at Doolittle’s - The Depot at Doolittle's in DuBois has something for train lovers of all ages.