Find out what Fast Food restaurants to try in Wilkes-Barre. Wilkes-Barre serves as the county seat for Luzerne County, an area containing not one, but four of Pennsylvania's State Parks. Whether its fishing in Frances Slocum State Park, whitewater rafting through Lehigh Gorge State Park, cross-country skiing across Nescopeck State Park, or exploring twenty-two waterfalls at Ricketts Glen State Park, there is something for every outdoors enthusiast. If the indoors is more your thing, the city is also home to the Mohegan Sun Pocono Downs casino.
Things to do in Wilkes-Barre
4 based on 58 reviews
Abe's has been a popular lunch spot in Wilkes-Barre as long as I can remember. I stopped in a few days ago and nothing has changed... and that's a good thing..!! The same guy has been making the dogs since I was a kid. The hot dogs are very good. I like my dogs with everything a bag of Middleswarth chips and a coke. Everything at Abe's means chili, mustard and onions. They have counter seats and a few tables. The service is great, the food is good and the prices are excellent. This is true Old School Wilkes-Barre.
5 based on 39 reviews
Haven't had such a good gyro in years! Make that a GREAT gyro. My wife also thoroughly enjoyed her felafel sandwich, and we shared a Greek salad that was loaded with terrific feta, tasty Greek olives and stuffed grape leaves. This place - all right, it's a food truck in a run-down Kmart parking lot - is a real find, and only a minute or so from I-81. Thanks to other Trip Advisor posters for the tip on a perfect lunch stop along our 500-mile drive from Harrisonburg, VA to Schenectady, NY.
4 based on 41 reviews
Sheetz is a chain of gas stations and markets. The markets are much bigger than just a little convenience store, with small freshly made food counter. Order by computer, fast food, sandwiches, burgers, etc. They carry a full line of everything you really do not need but will buy anyway. Lots of comfort foods, mags, newspapers, lottery, etc. It really is a convenient set up, buy your gas and shop all at the same time. Only one step up to the door, so wheelchair accessible.
4 based on 12 reviews
Locally operated by the twins. We have been making gyros since 2010. We strive to make the best gyros in town while providing top notch service. Good as any better than most.
This is just a little gyro place right on the square in Wilkes-Barre. They have gyros with an actual roasting spit for the gyro meat (yes, this makes a difference), pierogies, and falafel.I used to get these all the time after my night classes. They deliver too, which is nice, and they're open pretty much all the damn time. It might not sound like a compliment, but when all the weekend party goers say "When I'm smashed, that place is like heaven", you know it's good eats.Oh, and the twins are super cute and friendly, which certainly doesn't hurt! ^_^
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