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4.5 based on 266 reviews
I went to the Brownstone in Middletown with my kiddos for breakfast.
We were seated upstairs where my little one was in love with the decorated train set up on the ceiling for Christmas.
We were waited on very quickly. I ordered a breakfast burrito and my kiddo ordered a kids cheesy omelet. The waitress was attentive making sure that my coffee cup stayed full and checked in on us periodically without being annoying or obnoxious.
My burrito was super yummy (albeit a little messy).
We enjoyed our meal and the service was good. We would definitely return again and soon!
4.5 based on 491 reviews
The menu is huge and prices are on the lower side, so beware that most items are not prepared fresh, but from frozen.
We had fish and Mac and cheese on a Friday, and the fish obviously was a frozen product reheated. The Mac and cheese was nothing special and lacked seasoning.
I'm sure people like the lower prices and the free scoop of ice cream for dessert, but if you're looking for homemade, you find much of it here.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
Breakfast is never a disappointment. Waitresses are attentive. Low key atmosphere right off Rt 230 and not far from PA Turnpike-Harrisburg East exit
3.5 based on 11 reviews
DQ has always been one of my favorite places to grab fast food. This one is no exception. Food had always been good. A couple of kids(high school) working the counter generally pretty friendly. And then the experience is finished up with a frozen dessert. Sounds like a winner to me. Location is weird, in a gas station not on a main road but it is pretty accessible.
4.5 based on 916 reviews
Voted "Best New Restaurant" by Harrisburg Magazine in 2009, Piazza Sorrento is a modern Italian restaurant based on the "Old World" Italian recipes of the owner's family back in Italy. The Bolognese sauce they grew up on and the tradition of family is the cornerstone of the Piazza Sorrento dining experience. Dedicated to providing the finest in service, food, and wine at a fair and competitive price, Piazza Sorrento makes regional and classic Italian cuisine using premium local ingredients while keeping the history of the dish and region intact. Piazza Sorrento not only provides the best in authentic Italian cooking this side of the Atlantic, but also believes that all patrons, whether adults or children, should be welcomed like one big family - even those with certain dietary requirements. That is why Piazza Sorrento is widely known for their extensive Gluten Free menu, another reason patrons routinely drive over an hour or more to dine in relative ease and safety.
My family visited Hershey Chocolate World for my son's birthday. On my last trip to Hershey, I had identified Piazza Sorrento as a place to eat because of its high ratings. Unfortunately, I was unable to dine here on that last trip. I was thrilled to have the opportunity this time around.
We made reservations through OpenTable and arrived 30 minutes early. They seated us right away in a booth. Our server, Nate, was very pleasant. Our meals consisted of the - Chicken and Penne, Nonno Vincenzo Sausage & Peppers, and Garlic Shrimp Pasta. All three meals were delightful. There flavor combinations were superb.
These dishes tasted just as good (maybe better) the next day after the flavor seeped in some more.
4.5 based on 149 reviews
Hoageez serves Authentic Old-School hoagies made on fresh baked Philadelphia rolls. We slice our veggies, cheese and premium all natural meats fresh and to order. We refuse to sacrifice freshness. Because of this policy we routinely sell out of our fresh baked Philly rolls and close for the day.
If you don't order on line or over the phone, you can expect to wait about half an hour for your order. This place is popular, because the ingredients are FRESH! They open when the bread is delivered and close when they run out, around...MoreThank you Katilurn for your review and for pointing out our online ordering. We highly recommend online ordering since some days it can be very busy and it's hard to answer every call. Hope to see you again soon!
4 based on 18 reviews
I stopped here for dinner on a road trip.
From the outside, it looks like a portable office for a construction company.
Inside, it looks like a typical truck stop. It's clean and comfortable.
I ordered the chicken cordon bleu special. It was really good, and it was massive. Three chicken breasts stuffed with ham and cheese, then topped with a cheese sauce. I ate one piece of chicken and took the rest to go.
The staff was friendly and the bathroom was clean.
I would definitely stop here again.
5 based on 4 reviews
This location always makes everything perfectly. Doesn't take too long to receive order. Most of the people working here are pretty friendly. Everything tastes great.
4 based on 1 reviews
Donuts and food are always fresh. Sometimes my coffee orders are made right and other times they are wrong. One person working here knows how to make a great latte. The other person never gets it right. Everything else tastes good and the prices are decent.
4.5 based on 86 reviews
We have been in business since 1933 with 5 generations! Oldest family-owned diner in the state of PA! Still make homemade soups, desserts, and daily specials. Breakfast is served all day. Our food is fresh and made to order. No heat lamps found here! Service is quick and friendly. The grill and steam table are just behind the counter, in full view of customers. Come and watch your meal prepared right in front of you! Take outs are available. We have free WiFi also. Step back into the good 'ole days at Kuppy's, where we still strive to satisfy each and every customer so you get what you pay for. The same motto Percy Kupp founded the diner on in August of 1933...
We love diners. We search for them. Three years ago I reviewed Kuppy's and told the story of the magic food/ service/ diner feel as incredible. Yesterday we were there again after at least 30 more new diner experiences since our last visit. It was perfect again. The corned beef hash is so crispy on the outside and moist and creamy inside. Breakfast potatoes like my grandma used to make. Eggs cooked perfectly. Generous portions served piping hot and almost instantly. The price is low and the value is off the charts. So, after at least 75 Pa. diners tried, in at least 50 different towns, we now believe this is the Best in Pa. Breakfast served all day. Closes at 2:00 pm and is cash only. There is a great Diner/ deli in Annapolis but that is Md.
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