Remember way back when, before the internet gave us everything we needed to know, we’d discover new restaurants through an ad in the paper or on television or, more commonly, as a recommendation from a friend or a loved one? We found some of the best restaurants through word of mouth, didn’t we? Some eateries, like this hidden gem restaurant in Pennsylvania, have stuck with old-school, shunning a website and relying on glowing reviews.

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Have you been to this hidden gem restaurant in Pennsylvania? What did you think? Let us know in the comments! Next time you’ve got an evening free, how about stargazing at this dark sky park in Coudersport, Pennsylvania? After a hearty meal, how about going on a leisurely hike? Check out some of the best hikes in Pennsylvania on AllTrails.

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Hidden Gems In Pennsylvania

Are there any other old-school restaurants in Pennsylvania?

Path Valley Family Restaurant in Spring Run is so old-fashioned it doesn’t have a website, but it isn’t the only old-school restaurant in Pennsylvania. Here are a few hidden gem restaurants in Pennsylvania that are worthy of a spot on your bucket list:

  • A throwback to yesteryear, Route 30 Diner in Ronks flips some of the biggest pancakes around. Dig into a delicious breakfast – like pancakes – or grab a burger or meatloaf for lunch.
  • Dine in or take out from the darling Bowmanstown Diner, which is known for its authentic Pennsylvania Dutch cooking.
  • For a cafeteria-style meal, make your way to Harvest Café in Intercourse. It’s nestled in Kitchen Kettle Village, a popular destination with shops and other restaurants, so take time to explore after your meal.

Next time your wanderlust kicks in, how about going on a road trip to some of the best hidden gems in Pennsylvania?