Find out what European restaurants to try in McKees Rocks. McKees Rocks, also known as "The Rocks", is a borough in Allegheny County, in western Pennsylvania, along the south bank of the Ohio River. The borough population was 6,104 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in McKees Rocks
4 based on 301 reviews
One of our most favorite restaurants in the city is this local neighborhood mainstay. Great German food. The beer selection is great...try the sampler. If you like your potato pancakes one the "more done" side...ask for Sarah cakes (they make them the regular way and then they deep fry them for a min or two. It make them a little crisper (not over crispy) and more done inside. All other German favorites too!!! They use quality meats so everything is very good.If you are visiting and are on the north side...definitely look this one up. You cannot go wrong!We have never tried it, but we hear that the Sunday Brunch is outstanding.
4 based on 375 reviews
Penn Brewery began brewing craft beer back in 1986, making us one of the earliest pioneers in the American craft movement. We started out brewing classic lagers and German beer styles, adhering to the strict quality standards of the 16th-century Bavarian
Looking for a place for dinner we checked Tripadvisor and one of the suggestions was the brewery. Our sever Rachel was great, friendly and helpful. The poutine was OK, fries, gravy and mushrooms. A great selection of beers including a few seasonal brews. The sausage and cheese platter was great especially their creamy cheese spread. Enjoyed it so much we ordered one to go for the next day.Thank you very much! We will be sure to let Rachel know you enjoyed her service. Cheers to good beers and food! We hope to see you again soon and thank you for stopping in!
4 based on 32 reviews
This unexpected treat on Pittsburghâs Northside was a very good discovery for us, even though itâs been around for more than 5 years. The ambiance is a bit sparse, but its 10+ tables fit well in an overall pleasing space. The service was good though our 3pm lunch was not at a peak time. My cheese quiche was excellent as was my wifeâs frittata (which I sampled along with my quiche).We took their three cheeses and three charcuterie entrees home with us for dinner, and that was perhaps better than the lunch. We recommend this place highly.
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