7 Restaurants In Pennsylvania Where Your Meal Is Free If You Can Eat It All

Everyone loves a great deal: buy one get one, buy one get one half off, buy one before 4 p.m. and save 25%… etc. Here we have some that are, eat it all — and pay NOTHING! The only challenge is that consuming these meals might be a physical and an emotional feat of endurance and willpower. Please be safe. Here are seven eating challenges in Pennsylvania that are true feats of human will and appetite.

Please note: Before heading over to the restaurant to participate in a challenge, first confirm the restaurant is open and there is a current challenge. Each restaurant below features a link to its website.

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

Do you know of any other eating challenges in Pennsylvania that belong on this list? Let us know in the comments! Did you know that Cluck University Chicken in East Stroudsburg serves buffalo wings that are so hot you have to sign a waiver?

Address: 1452 Woodland Rd, Clearfield, PA 16830, USA
Address: 100 Meadville St, Edinboro, PA 16412, USA
Address: 1510 Dekalb Pike, Blue Bell, PA 19422, USA
Address: 1235 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19147, USA
Address: 361 W Main St, Plymouth, PA 18651, USA
Address: 804 Scott St, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18705, USA
Address: 212 Bridge St, Phoenixville, PA 19460, USA
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Eating Challenges In Pennsylvania

January 25, 2021

What are the best hidden gem restaurants in Pennsylvania?

Dining out is pretty easy when you live in a foodie state like PA. Some of the best dining destinations are the hidden gem restaurants in Pennsylvania. Henry’s Salt of the Sea in Allentown, for example, boasts a delicious menu of French-inspired seafood dishes, making it a must try at least once. For a scrumptious meal in an enchanting setting, plan a visit to Clifford’s Restaurant in Evans City. The BYOB- restaurant serves such delicious dishes as ahi tuna and grilled pork loin chops. Christine’s Restaurant in Yardley is also a hidden gem restaurant.

What are the best family-friendly restaurants in Pennsylvania?

Taking the whole family out for a meal can sometimes pose a challenge. After all, getting everyone to agree on the same restaurant could be quite tricky. Mac Mart in Philly is the perfect solution. It dishes up the classic comfort food – mac and cheese. Try the traditional mac and cheese or go for something bolder, such as the BBQ mac and cheese or the corn dog mac and cheese. For another unique and fun family-friendly dining experience, head over to Casey Jones Restaurant at the Red Caboose Motel. (The motel is comprised of all former train cabooses.) The restaurant serves such favorites as burgers and spaghetti.

What are the best mom & pop restaurants in Pennsylvania?

Did you know that you’ll find some of the biggest portions in Pennsylvania at its mom and pop restaurants? Yep, and we’ve got a ton of mom and pop restaurants that dot the state. Dig into breakfast, lunch, or dinner, at the old-school Neptune Diner, which dishes up all of the favorites – from spaghetti and meatballs to fried chicken. Next time you’re craving a cheesesteak or a mighty breakfast, make your way to Lou’s Sandwich Shop in Norristown, a popular neighborhood eatery since 1941. The Glider Diner in Scranton, which opened in 1945, is known for its hearty portions and delicious menu, which includes meatloaf and roast beef.

Address: 1452 Woodland Rd, Clearfield, PA 16830, USA
Address: 100 Meadville St, Edinboro, PA 16412, USA
Address: 1510 Dekalb Pike, Blue Bell, PA 19422, USA
Address: 1235 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19147, USA
Address: 361 W Main St, Plymouth, PA 18651, USA
Address: 804 Scott St, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18705, USA
Address: 212 Bridge St, Phoenixville, PA 19460, USA