Bloomsburg is a town in Columbia County, Pennsylvania, United States, located 40 miles (64 km) southwest of Wilkes-Barre along the Susquehanna River. It is the county seat of Columbia County and the only incorporated town in Columbia County. As of the 2010 census, Bloomsburg had a population of 14,855, with an estimated population of 14,519 in 2013.
Things to do in Bloomsburg
5 based on 142 reviews
Beautifully decorated 10 table fine dining restaurant with Seasonal menu. BYOB
Small town, big gem !
Hubby and I ate here Friday night.
This deserves 5+ stars.
I ordered the crab cakes, nice lump crab and the seasoning was so tasteful. Served with fresh asparagus and a 2 potato mashed together, sweet potato and white, good combination.
Hubby had filet done to perfection .
He enjoyed the same veggies and loved them
Dessert... salted carmel cheesecake..to die for.
Dont leave without trying it, worth every calorie.
We will return when in the area again.
The owner very personal, friendly and congenial.
Greets everyone who comes to eat at his business.
This is a nice special touch.
4.5 based on 107 reviews
Have you seen the cow?<br>If the answer is yes, you've probably enjoyed what we call "Handmade Excitement". Established in 2004, the concept was to provide our customers with a new handmade ice cream experience with every visit. Our atmosphere brings back or establishes new memories for everyone that walks through the door. You will find an enthusiastic staff of well-trained employees. All of our ice cream is made on the premises using only the finest ingredients with most of the flavors being all natural. We offer over 200 flavors of ice cream from our own recipes, some of which you will find nowhere else. There are 42 flavors displayed which are rotated on a daily basis. We specialize in making Banana Splits, Sundaes, milkshakes, frozen coffee and fruit drinks.Anyone can sell ice cream and desserts but at Brennan's Big Chill we sell "Handmade Excitement" <br>Open from Groundhogs Day (Feb.2) To just before Thanksgiving
The quality at Brennan's Big Chill is always above average! The flavors change regularly, so there is always something new to try. The staff is well-trained and helpful, and the place is always clean! The ice cream cakes are fabulous. The way the Brennans tailor the flavors to the time of year is wonderful. Around Thanksgiving, they even have a Stuffing flavor!!
4.5 based on 26 reviews
As Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania's first ever artisinal coffee cafe, you will not only enjoy a fantastic array of coffee and espresso, but you will also be engaged and a part of the brewing process as soon as you pull up a seat at our bar. By using craft techiques such as pourovers, Chemex, loose leaf tea brewing, and hand-melted european hot chocolate, we believe that this creativity, when combined properly with a setting of warmth, good conversation, friendship and learning, will enable you to experience a side of coffee culture that you've likely never seen, nor tasted before.
I easily found this place by the coffee aroma from the street. Very nice young man waited on me.. I told hm I like strong coffee and mocha and he offered me a few choices. I chose a mocha latte which had 2 shots of espresso. It was excellent. The ambience is great. They offer pastries and quiches and lunch. I recommend this spot for a good cup of coffee and solitude!
4.5 based on 49 reviews
Someone writes that this is "ok" in a place "with few options".....wow. That's harsh, and that's just not true. l am a native New Yorker..born and raised in Manhattan...no better bagel can be found anywhere!
I give this place a 5. Probably would have been a 4, as perfection is saved for God ...lol...but I got annoyed at the guy a few reviews downs that wrote the aforementioned.
Great bagels, excellent service...you won't be disappointed.
4.5 based on 428 reviews
Turkey Hill Brewing Co. Is located just off Interstate 80 Exit 236 on the property of The Inn At Turkey Hill in a renovated English Bank Barn. Serving up handcrafted brews and delicious food seven days a week starting at 4:00. Head Brewer, Donny Abraczinskas, creates traditional beer styles with a knack for the occasional non-traditional brew to spice things up. There are 13 beers on tap featuring a combo of year-round and seasonal styles, including a Beer Engine for Cask Conditioned brews. Abraczinskas has also recently put a series of aged Sour and Wild Beers on tap that will continue thru summer 2015. "Balanced & Inspired Brewing In Northeastern PA" Stop for the brews, and stay for the food. Head Chef, Steve Tloczynski, meshes pub style eats with his own unique style utilizing local, organic, grass fed beef, produce, cheese and hand pressed meats. Every Friday-Sunday Tloczynski creates one of a kind Weekend Features highlighting seasonal ingredients, come early, they don't last long. The perfect casual accompaniment to our fine dining restaurant, The Farmhouse. Guests of The Inn at Turkey Hill have two great choices.
Went here with students during a university visit. Great dining experience. Same price we paid for dinner at Perkins on the drive out and the food was a hundred times better. Great atmosphere and decor. Games to play while you wait for a table - nice touch!
4 based on 214 reviews
Craft beer made on site, casual dining, brick oven pizza, local wines, mixed cocktails, and a fun atmosphere!
We were given a recommendation from the hotel staff to check out Marley's and we were very thankful. The craft beer was delicious, and we both had items from the brick oven menu. It was a lot of bang for your buck and the Chicken Cordon Bleu Stromboli is one of the best things I've ever eaten.
4.5 based on 127 reviews
The Farmhouse at Turkey Hill is a unique fine dining establishment, located in Bloomsburg, Pa just seconds off Interstate 80 at The Inn at Turkey Hill. A comfortable, yet elegant atmosphere accompanies an award winning wine list and inspired dishes. The Farmhouse strives for only the freshest ingredients to ensure the highest quality dining experience. Reservations are encouraged. Overnight Dining & Room Packages Available The Farmhouse at Turkey Hill is proud to be the recipient of The Wine Spectator Award of Excellence.
How nice to find a restaurant that is quiet and staffed with friendly knowledgeable servers. The dining room where we were seated included a small gas fireplace which added to the ambiance. We started with the soup special - cream of asparagus and crab - full of flavor! We both ordered the lamb osso bucco which was the perfect dish for a rainy November night. Lots of comfort in this dish! We enjoyed excellent wines by the glass that complimented both courses. The meal was well paced and made for a very relaxed experience.
4.5 based on 72 reviews
We strive to create unique dishes using local and seasonal ingredients. We believe in supporting local farms and producers. At The Blind Pig Kitchen, our goal is to prepare the most flavorful, nutrient dense dishes we possibly can, while being environmentally conscious. We believe that in order to achieve these goals it is important to source as many ingredients as possible from local farms.
We stopped here randomly while passing through the area looking for something that got decent reviews. We didn't have a reservation and didn't have any trouble being seated quickly. We were surprised at the menu selection, it was the middle of summer but the menu looked to be from fall/winter, the specials included a beef stew and a heavy pork pasta dish, nothing with berries or summer vegetables. I decided on the duck confit sandwich and the hubs got the pork chop (which came with sauteed apples again more of an autumn dish). The pork chop was over cooked and very fatty, the hubs was disappointed with his selection. It came with two sides (mashed potatoes and asparagus) which were good. My duck sandwich was cooked very well and contained a lot more meat that I was expecting. The portions were large and the service was excellent. I felt like this restaurant was close to being great and might be on other days it just seemed slightly off on our visit. The price was reasonable for farm to table service. We would try it again to see if our experience was a one-off.
4.5 based on 144 reviews
We always enjoy coming here for dinner!
Tonight I had the lasagna (excellent!) and my companions had the Franciscan salmon (she love it) and cheese tortellini with marinara (very good).
Salads are nice. Flat bread for the table is tasty Wine selection is good - by the glass or bottle. Service was warm, friendly and efficient.
A packed house at 6:30 on a Tuesday evening, so reservations are recommended.!.
4.5 based on 111 reviews
We chose A Taste of Italy for my Mother's 80th Birthday Dinner. Our waitress was amazing - sweet, accommodating, helpful and very patient. The food was excellent - nice portions, very tasty, and reasonably priced. It was a very memorable evening and a nice celebration for our family
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