Corry is a city in northwestern Pennsylvania in the United States. With a population of 6,605 at the 2010 United States Census, it is the second largest city in Erie County. Corry is a part of the Erie, PA Metropolitan Statistical Area. The city became famous in the late-19th and early-20th centuries for being the manufacturer of Climax locomotives.
Things to do in Corry
4 based on 27 reviews
Went here with my 86 year old mother who uses a walker for balance and has low vision. Parked in the back in the handicapped stall. Pushed button for handicapped entrance/elevator, but it never came. Walked my mother all the way around to the front of the restaurant, and helped my mother climb the single flight of stone steps. Went back down and got her walker and carried it upstairs, too.
Went in and sat ourselves down at a table. Asked our waitress if she could turn on the elevator when it was time to leave, and she said yes.
Mom ordered the Smothered Chicken Artichoke and vegetable medley. Vegetable medley was a bit blah, but chicken was great. Looked like it was smothered in more spinach than artichoke, but flavor was great.
I had the bacon cheeseburger and the criss-cross fries. Burger was just great, and the fries were even better.
Prices were reasonable.
When it was time to leave, we learned that the reason the handicapped lift was off was because it was a bit buggy. Not wanting to get trapped in it, I helped my mom back out the front door, down the steps and then went back up and grabbed her walker and leftovers and carried it down stairs and we went back around the building to the handicapped parking space.
Without the lift, the parking space in the rear of the building does little to no good, and if the lift has been turned off on purpose, a sign should be placed on it so guests know.
Service was very friendly, but because we were there toward the end of the service:
waitress mopped the floor while we were still eating...this is a pet peeve of mine..I don't think that the gross string mop is very appetizing and I don't think it should be brandished about while people are still eating.
Waitress kind of forgot we were there (we were behind a wooden wall) while she got involved in a conversation while wrapping napkins around silverware for the next day. I waited for a long time to see if she would check on us (she didn't), before I tried standing up and waving my arms, which she didn't see. So I left the table and walked around the little wall toward the bar so she would notice me ask for a box and our check.
For all the problems though, it was still a pretty good meal in a local restaurant that has charming decor.
4 based on 9 reviews
Quite often DQ is a franchised operation, thus the bldg., condition varies. Here, this is the case. There appeared to be a large staff for such a small bldg., and clientele base. The floors in front of and behind the counter needed serious attention. The walls were dark. The service was a bit quasi-cazy; one person would call for another to fill the order, all the while others seemed to meander about aimlessly. In short, pass this one up, unless you really something.
5 based on 11 reviews
Take it from someone who has been eating Italian food for 63 years. The homemade sauce and meatballs are great. Italian hoagies, and pizza are excellent. Antipasti salad is full of Italian meats and cheeses. This is mostly take-out, but I like to dine in. The "Dine- In" is just a few tables scattered around this "Pizza Shop Atmosphere". The Owner is wonderful, and is there making your food all of the time. Cleveland Sports Memorabilia on the walls, but the owner will talk to you about the Steelers, or the Yankees or your favorite team. Also great for catering.
4 based on 39 reviews
Opened fall, 2011. In a 50 year old diner moved to the site from southern PA; has very good food, the best Club Sandwich ever, and home made pies! pieswonderful local
My husband and I stopped for lunch today on our way home from vacation. What a find! First our server, Desiree, was absolutely wonderful. She was so pleasant and make me a milkshake that wasn't on the menu. The food was excellent. I had the B&B burger and my husband had the Chipotle burger. Both were to die for and more so very filling. We couldn't even think about dessert until she told us it was free dessert Wednesday (since we ordered two entrees). So we took a piece of German Chocolate cake home. It was wonderful and enough for two!
5 based on 9 reviews
The Fork and Barrel Restaurant is a semi-casual fine dining establishment with an innovative and modern menu. Also a rotating craft beer menu that is updated each week with local and international flavors. Visit the restaurant to try our weekly Chef's specials and Smokehouse delights.
We were staying at Peak n Peek for the weekend but a rainy Saturday is no fun for skiing. We needed to make a trip to Walmart with the one in Corry being the closest (20 min away.) Checked TripAdvisor for best Corry had to...MoreThank you so much for stopping at The Fork and Barrel Restaurant! We are very happy to hear that you enjoyed your dinner and the atmosphere. The Chef and our amazing staff always look forward to making your experience the very best!
4 based on 16 reviews
This restaurant is a family affair. Even their eight year old daughter/grand-daughter was working the cash register one recent night.
I have had outstanding food here, including fried green tomatoes from their own yard. Breakfasts are great. The hamburgers are also excellent. The desserts look more scrumptious than they are. Their entrees and lack of choice for veggies in the evening are disappointing. Salad bar wasn't all that great.
4 based on 7 reviews
Perkins is your typical casual dining restaurant. They offer a limited menu at a little above average prices. Portion sizes were fairly large. Perkins offers a bakery with pies, cookies and dessert items. While they taste good, prices are higher than other competitor restaurants with for similar items.
The waitress was attentive to our order and refilling drinks. I was impressed, the manager on duty came around to each table asking how everything was.
4 based on 4 reviews
Quite often, in your travels, you stumble upon a great eatery and you relish both the food and service. Here, I must admit is one to be placed on the list for ice cream and pizza. In a spur of the moment I asked my lady companion to consider going out for pizza and ice cream; all the while having this place in mind. You are placed just South / West of Erie, to find this palace. It is quite unassuming from the exterior except for the multiple cars parked. Once inside, be prepared to wait in line for your order to be taken The place is run by teenagers at night, but they are on top of their game and quite pleasant. The layout is plentiful with seating on both sides of a staircase leading to an upstairs arcade room. As for the pizza it's made fresh and the crust was light and flaky; quite good. The ice cream options my lady companion and I saw were amazing and the portions were quite large for the price. Here the menu for food is quite elaborate, plenty of options. In the event you are in the area and find yourself needing something, come by and enjoy.
4 based on 5 reviews
The menu is simple, and the chicken is super. Sometimes it can take quite awhile to get your food, as the broaster only holds a limited amount. The big problem is the waitress named Darlene, who is there almost every evening. She is rude, and has the personality of a doorknob. It's hard to get her to come back after she drops off your food. She will never ask you how your meal was, and God forbid you need another drink. She will be parked behind the bar in a chair, avoiding eye contact. Why the owner doesn't realize she is costing him money is beyond me!
3.5 based on 4 reviews
We stopped in for a late light dinner after shopping all day. We each ordered sandwiches and curly fries. The girl taking our order was friendly enough. Our food was just warm and cooled off fast due to the fact the room was cold. Not much in the way of atmosphere here; I think they must get a lot of take out orders. We got coupons with our order, which we probably won't use since there are no Arby's where we live. I could have better used them with that meal; should have asked first if there were any discounts available.
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