Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Pocono Pines. Pocono Pines is a census-designated place (CDP) in Monroe County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 1,409 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 16 reviews
I been hitting this place over the years and the most thing that I liked is the girls that worked their that have come and gone were the nicest ones anywhere I been all the foods that were make for me was always good to you can smoke in the bar and there is a small dining room in the front for none smokers but well just lets say bring your smokes and favorite girl and enjoy the place
3 based on 660 reviews
The menu at Guy Fieri's Mt. Pocono Kitchen reflects his signature style of authentic and surprising flavors. Guy has traveled over 150,000 miles across America's back roads in Diners, Drive-ins and Dives in search of the best regional fare: Guy knows Amer
Couldn't decide between a burger or the ribs. Menu said ribs won something special so I ordered the ribs. The food came quickly (reason for 2 stars). The ribs tasted like chili powder. It took awhile to find someone to come to our table to send my food back because BBQ should not taste like a bowl of chili. I asked for a cheeseburger instead. The worker did comeback to the table and say the kitchen tried the ribs and agreed they tasted like chili and the seasoning mix was off. When my burger came my bun was burnt. Not just a little but half the bun was coal black. I ate the patty and top bun. We need our check spilt (there was just 2 of us & I ordered water). They messed up our bill. I had alcohol on my bill I was really expecting them not to charge me anything or offer a free dessert or an appetizer if we come back. There was no compensation for my birthday dinner letdown. Especially after they came back and said they had messed up the seasoning mix. It wasn't like I was just being picky, they confirmed the food was not prepared to their standards and I had to suffer because of it. My sincere apologies for your less then perfect experience, we take great pride in making all our guests feel special and somehow fell short of that promise on our end.Please don't hold a grudge and give us a chance to make it up to you; simply call the Restaurant and ask for me, or the Manager on Duty and we will make sure you are not only taken care of properly, but with all the bells and whistles customary for your Birthday...Sincerely
4 based on 38 reviews
We've been going to Da's since they opened the doors. It's a small, very relaxing pub. The surprise to some may be the fact that you can get a great meal. The menu is good, but their specials are great. We recommend the prime rib sandwich and french fries with gravy. We split it the other night and it was wonderful as always.
3 based on 339 reviews
As soon as we walked in, this place gave us an 80s Ponderosa vibe. Deco was dated. Place smelled musty. There were rifles displayed all over the walls. Food was awful. Bland and artificial tasting. The BBQ chicken tasted like it was cooked using frozen chicken breasts. Ribs were tough and chewy. BBQ sauce tasted weird and artificial. Baked potato was dry and served without butter or sour cream. We took a few bites of our food, paid and left. We will never come back here again. This place needs a serious makeover.
4 based on 222 reviews
Visiting Murphy's Loft on your next trip to the Poconos is a must! This unique restaurant has an indoor and outdoor bar and three separate dining areas offering guests a choice between dining in an authentic log cabin room (built in 1934), a cozy glass ro
It took me awhile to find a restaurant near where I was meeting friends for a hike. We wanted a reasonably priced place that served alcoheol and had outdoor seating. Most places in the region either look like dive bars or are overpriced. Murphy's loft is an interesting place. It has indoor seating and a fireplace, outdoor seating that includes decks and a bar and even a pool. There is also seating in a patio area that is enclosed with glass. The menu is extensive and includes the usual favorites. I had the reuben which was perhaps the best one I have ever eaten. The prices are reasonable. The beer menu could use a few more microbrews but it is good overall. My only complaint is that the entrance way is not very inviting and needs to be fumigated. When we first walked in we had some doubts about the place which then went away as we walked through the patio to the deck.
4 based on 240 reviews
This classic American chophouse menu offers sumptuous culinary delights â including lobster claw and jumbo lump crab meat as well as a 16 oz. dry-aged porterhouse. Other entrees include half crispy duck and buttery grouper. If youâre looking for something
A total surprise, as my wife picked this destination based on the associated hotel/resort. We had no clear idea that the facility included such an outstanding restaurant.I dislike the use of all caps in any message, but did so here for a specific reason. Key Lime pie is my favorite desert. I've had it hundreds of times all over the US and in the Caribbean, but never this good. The graham cracker crust was thin and perfectly made. Too often, the crust is thick and heavy, as though it is the primary part of the pie. More importantly, the filling was light and just a bit more tart than most versions I've had. Again, the baker often makes the filling too sweet or lacking in enough tartness. This was perfect.And the very light whipped cream was a final grace note, not a smothering mass. I would return, just to have this pie.Life is short, have desert first.This doesn't mean we didn't enjoy our main courses. I had a dry aged sirloin grilled expertly and full of flavor. I also had a special of the day, lightly breaded asparagus. It was a great start to my meal. My wife had roasted chicken, which she thought was very good.For all of the positivity in this review, I have to wonder why we only got a 4 out of 5??The key lime pie is one of our specialty desserts! To hear that you have had Key Lime Pie all over the US and Caribbean, and say ours is the best?! That is awesome!! I'm so happy to hear that, and I will be sure to tell our baker! She will be glad to hear that. I am also glad to hear that you enjoyed your main course. I hope to see you again when you visit the Poconos!
3 based on 77 reviews
Now Open, B-Lux Bar & Grill: deliciously unique burgers and shakes hand crafted from scratch. Invite your family and friends to try a signature burger or indulge in one of our hard shakes. We are proud to offer fresh ingredients that are locally sourced.
The B-lux, one of the on-site restaurants at the Kalahari Resort, had promise...it was an inviting atmosphere, and looked like some good food. The prices let me to believe it would be more gourmet-style...an upscale take to traditional bar foods.I was a bit disappointed on that end. I ended up with a buffalo chicken salad. The taste was OK, but for the price paid, I would have liked a lot more meat, and something other than iceberg lettuce. The spiked shake for the dessert sounded very intriguing, but unfortunately, tasted "just OK"...and not worth the exorbitant price, I thought. Overall, Kalahari has you, as it is a "captive resort" with not much around it. One would hope, then, that the on-site dining options would be good. This one did not meet expectations, though.
3 based on 159 reviews
Despite the excessive time to get our burgers I had to give it a 5. The burger was outstanding. Server apologized for the wait and comped us with salsa and nacho chips. Went back the next day for lunch and again would give them 5 stars. The chili bread bowl was excellent.
The service at this bar for food is minimal, and you must leave your table to order at the bar. The food was fair, nothing really to mention. The breadbowl with my ceasar salad was dry and certainly not "warm garlic bread bowl" as advertised. I added shrimp, and they were large and quite tasty, but definitely not fresh.The bartenders were very bored, and there was not much activity at this bar.
4 based on 457 reviews
The Jubilee Restaurant is a casual restaurant located in the Pocono Mountains. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week. There is a restaurant, pub and outdoor seating on the stone patio with fireplace. For over Five Decades the Jubilee has servi
Visited 2 times during our last visit to the Poconos.The food was very good from the wings, calamari, Salmon, chicken parm, and Greek skewers. We found everything was cooked perfectly and portions were large. Service was friendly and prices are very reasonable, we will be back.
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