Exeter is a borough in the Greater Pittston-Wilkes-Barre area of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, United States, about 10 miles (16 km) west of Scranton and a few miles north of Wilkes-Barre. It is located on the western bank of the Susquehanna River and has a total area of 5.0 square miles (12.9 km). As of 2010, Exeter had a population of 5,652.
Things to do in Exeter
4.5 based on 51 reviews
Grico's Restaurant has been there forever, and I always was curious about going there. Heard good things. It's odd why I waited so long. We made a reservation (the person answering the phone was very friendly and helpful - good start) and got a private booth, which is great. A nice little room with a lace curtain, candlelight, very relaxing. Was a bit noisy because we had the one by the bar, but wasn't really an issue. Service was prompt and our server was great. They have a nice menu so it's hard to decide. Our food came out quickly, cooked to perfection and hot. We had the steamed clams - great. Entrees I had the blackened salmon with lime raspberry sauce - she had a special that had Scallops and lobster - perfect. Everything was awesome. top notch service and food. Will certainly be back.
4.5 based on 74 reviews
Agolino's is a friendly family oriented restaurant with a huge menu selection. The fish and chips are made with haddock vs cod. Can I get a "YUM".
The prices are a bit high but worth the trip. If your looking for a well balanced meal with an awesome staff look no further.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
From the moment you enter, Sam makes you feel as though you are a celebrity and you are in an episode of Goodfellas. Awesome cuisine at affordable prices- A MUST GO!!!!!!!!
5 based on 19 reviews
Stepping into Ballyhoo takes you back to the days of old fashioned soda fountains. In addition to the delicious ice cream, they feature a wide variety of retro candy like saucers, Sixlets and chewing gum. It would be hard for someone to go to Ballyhoo and not find something they had as a kid. In fact, you feel like a kid when you see the wide variety of candy. That rush comes back. The only difference is that obviously a lot of the "penny" candy they have for sale doesn't cost a penny anymore. The business is in a building that used to house the Mom and Pop store King's Market. Much of the original architecture remains. If you're in West Pittston and in the mood for ice cream and candy, Ballyhoo is where you want to be
4.5 based on 6 reviews
This place doesn't accept plastic.
Its portions are miniscule.
It offers so many flavors because they all taste the same.
(The chocolate isn't even light brown.)
After years of patronizing this locally-owned and operated joint, I finally agreed with an area native, that not *once* in thirty-plus years was the staff more than civil, as if they do patrons a favor by standing there in their tie-dyed shirts.
Within three miles, if you're traveling south on Route 92, you will come to other places to buy ice cream. Even if you stop at a convenience store, I guarantee you will get both better ice cream and service.
3 based on 2 reviews
At about 9:20 am on 12/31/14 my girlfriend went in to the Exeter store and got a small coffee with mocha they charged 4.98 seems excessive if thats the price the coffee isnt that good its just ok no receipt was given so no proof on my end but it will never happen again
4.5 based on 3 reviews
The location is convenient, staff is always pleasant. The never have enough apple fritters. The high schooler tend hang out here. So if you're okay with waiting on a long line of not avoid the 2:30 rush. Other than that the place is good.
4 based on 89 reviews
Smells great as you enter. Pizza was ok. Buffalo nuggets were tough. Buffalo chicken pizza was heavy on buffalo sauce (good) but very very light on the chicken. Chicken was just chicken not buffalo chicken. Overall the place was ok; nothing special. I would go back but based upon other reviews I had higher expectations.
4.5 based on 376 reviews
We dine here quite often and it's always delicious dinners with gourmet presentation. Most recently I ordered the salmon served with white bean ragu and kale. Excellent! Others had swordfish and chicken entrees and were equally pleased. Every time we are there a manager stops by to check if all is well with service and meal. All of the servers are friendly and efficient. It's a reliable place to dine, looking forward to going back, As a side note, we've also gone to the cooking shows and that's a great idea for something different with the informative, entertaining chef Kim and step by step a tasty meal is prepared.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Always a great job. The ice cream is fantastic, always plenty of friendly workers to get the job done. This place beats Hillside Farms hands down! Keep up the good work!
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