Have you heard the phrase, don’t judge a book by its cover? Sometimes that same idea goes for things other than books… Ok, usually it goes for things other than books. Anyway, here are some amazing restaurants in Pennsylvania that may not look like too much from the outside but are really amazing.
1. Nadine's Bar, Pittsburgh
Located on the south side of Pittsburgh, Nadine's is an excellent go-to for an inexpensive yet delicious sandwich, or a place to start the night out with friends. Featured on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, Nadine's serves up giant sandwiches, most notably the fried bologna.
2. Stahley's Bar, Allentown
Open since 1968, Stahley's is one of the most inviting restaurants and sports bars in Allentown. They have delicious food and live music every Saturday night.
3. Moccia's Train Stop, Schwenksville
Moccia's is one of the most popular Italian restaurants in Montgomery County.
4. The Conewago Inn, Manchester
The Conewago Inn was voted best of York County in 2012!
5. Minella's Diner, Wayne
Minella's is the spot to be on the Main Line for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or a late night feast.
6. Good Dog Bar, Philadelphia
Good Dog Bar has specials every day of the week, and plenty of fun activities including darts and a pool table.
7. The Pineville Tavern, Pineville
The Pineville Hotel has been standing since 1742... Surely that's enough time to perfect a delicious burger recipe. I think so.
8. Neptune Diner, Lancaster
What would Pennsylvania be without its amazing diners? Neptune's is one of the best ones in the entire state.
9. Dutch Haven, Lock Haven
Dutch Haven is only one letter ("e") away from being Dutch Heaven, but by our estimates, it's already there.
10. JJ McNally's, Scranton
Do not try to go to JJ McNally's on Sunday, because they're closed that day. They are a landmark of the Scranton area for their amazing food.
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