Ligonier is a borough in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 1,573 at the 2010 census. Ligonier was settled in the 1760s. The borough is well known for nearby Idlewild Park, one of the oldest amusement parks in the country, and nearby Seven Springs Mountain Resort. Another tourist attraction is Fort Ligonier Days, a parade and craft market that takes place every fall over the course of three days, and the Ligonier Market in the summer months. Ligonier is part of the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Things to do in Ligonier
4.5 based on 271 reviews
Open floor plan including kitchen - watch as chefs prepare your meal.Some booths for a more private experience as well as outside dining. BYOB
I guess they call it Kitchen On Main because you can watch them cook your meal. But I would call it Drugstore on Main because you feel like you are eating in a drugstore. The food is pretty good but the atmosphere is lousy.Just wondering what that means exactly? In our 6 yrs I never have heard a comment like yours about the atmosphere. We are always looking to satisfy our customers, could you explain?
4.5 based on 145 reviews
If you like homemade ice cream and yogurt and friendly service, this place is for you. It's locally owned and operated and the young ladies are just as sweet as their ice cream! If I had my way I would eat here every day after dinner. The flavors are uniquely named and they have daily specials. Hours in the winter can vary depending on the weather, but they are open most days until 9pm.
If you are ever in Ligonier,Pa on the Diamond you can't miss this shop. It sits on the corner and has people sitting on benches just about every day
Stop in for a snack and enjoy yourself. You will be glad you did.
4 based on 32 reviews
Abigail's offers fresh baked homemade scones, pepperoni rolls and mini cinnamon rolls. Stock and cinnamon rolls. Stop by and tempt your taste buds with our many treats. join our coffee club, revive free coffee and a chance to win our lucky local!! Stop in you won't be disappointed! We have ice cream too!!
Stopped in here a few weeks ago after going to the Ligonier Farmer's Market. We got the breakfast sandwiches. Very fresh, excellent ingredients and top notch. Would definitely go back. Highly recommend the biscotti!! very fresh
4 based on 220 reviews
We went there for supper recently based on the great reviews here on Tripadvisor. Either we are extremely picky or many previous reviewers were very wrong. Food was mediocre at best, service very slow, atmosphere quite noisy and decor just tacky. We wouldn't recommend nor will we be back.
4.5 based on 134 reviews
We stopped here for lunch on a Friday afternoon after visiting Lincoln Highway Museum. Everyone enjoyed their lunches. I especially like my half portion meal, which was more than enough. Nice beer and wine menu as well. There is an outdoor deck overlooking a creek. Great atmosphere
4.5 based on 81 reviews
This place has become our regular spot for dinner in Ligonier. The dinner meals have always been very well prepared. The atmosphere is very pleasant and spotless. The service has always been very good. It's modestly priced and I.believe an excellent value. They also have some nice upscale beers on tap.
4 based on 127 reviews
We had such high hopes for this little hole in the wall diner. An old diner on US Route 30 should have been an incredible find. The menu was what you would expect from a diner - hot Turkey sandwiches, meatloaf, club sandwiches and large cups of coffee. Unfortunately, our meal did not live up to our high expectations. The meatloaf was cold and actually not very good. The Turkey and dressing was good but our hope for homemade mashed potatoes was dashed. Even the clam chowder tasted no different than a can of Chunky. One thing we can't deny, we did get A LOT of food. We wanted to try the homemade pies but were too full from eating our mediocre dinners. And although the diner was busy with the Friday evening crowd, three servers in a small restaurant still provided slow and inattentive service.
What a disappointment we found tonight across from Ft. Ligonier.
4.5 based on 74 reviews
The food is homestyle and like eating in Romania or Hungary (I have been to both countries several times) The staff is very cordial and atmosphere is delightful. I love Elizabeth's excellent cooking and the varied choices make it easy for anyone to choose many different culinary delights to enjoy....No favorites.....I LOVE them all! We had our son's wedding rehearsal dinner there and all the young people who were invited had never eaten this ethnic food and remarked that Darlington Inn is a truly hidden treasure! Nothing compares in Washington or Pittsburgh!
4 based on 76 reviews
While visiting Ligonier for one night, we stopped in for drinks. We came in at the right time--Happy Hour and Taco Tuesday! The bartenders were nice and friendly. The HH prices were great and the soft shell tacos were very good ($1.00 each). In addition to the bar and food, they also have a small bowling alley. We will stop in again the next time we visit the area.
5 based on 33 reviews
Unusual but charming small cafe. You go to kitchen where they explain what's being served that day/meal. All fresh and home-made. Mostly vegetarian. Beyond delicious!!
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