Best American restaurants nearby. Discover the best American food in Galeton. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for American restaurants near you.. Galeton is a borough in Potter County, Pennsylvania, United States, 50 miles (80 km) southeast of Bradford. Light industries such as knitting mills and a tannery have existed in Galeton. The population declined to 1,149 people in 2010.
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3 based on 105 reviews
For the outdoor enthusiast, this inn is perfect. The inside is embellished with beautiful woodwork, wild game mounts, antlers etc. The surrounding area is set in one of the most picturesque areas of the endless mountains of Pennsylvania. The food was outstanding and priced reasonably. You will not be disappointed!
4 based on 265 reviews
We have been to Log Cabin Inn a number of timesâ NEVER disappointed.Large salad bar, nice menu choices, excellent meals.Beer, wine, and excellent cocktails available. Friendly service, and the rustic look of the dining areas fits in perfectly with the restaurantâs location in the Pennsylvania Wilds.Reservations necessary on weekends, or other typically busy times.
We ate lunch here on a Saturday afternoon. We were surprised at how empty the place was at 5:30pm. However our waitress was very helpful and our food was good. You do feel a little out of place with locals at the bar, but nobody bothered us. My family has been coming to the Waldheim for 4 generations, having a cabin in the area. I can' wait to bring my kids here some day and continue the tradition. We will be back.
OK, Right across the street from the Germania General Store is an old building that is called the Germania Hotel and looks like it might be open. I was staying in the area, had been to the Germania General Store (across the street remember) and had driven past this area maybe six times without "seeing" the Germania Hotel. A friend who was also in the area suggested we eat at the Germania Hotel restaurant since they had eaten there the night before and it was very good. The front looks like it is boarded up with plywood and is screaming for a coat of paint. Parking was easy, there were two patrons sitting at the bar chatting with the bartender and I guessed they walked because there were no other cars in the lot. We walked in and it was a bar, a regular kind of bar with a TV and a small table area in the rear. We sat down and the bartender took our drink order and handed us menus. The two guys sitting at the bar left (this is about six pm on a summer Sunday evening), the bartender returned with our drinks and took our orders. He started out by telling us that there were only 8 wings left because it was an extremely busy day. I ordered a Delmonico steak with mashed potatoes and the bartender says, "I will be serving you a baked potato with your steak and you can mash it if you like" with a smile on his face....we all laughed. It turns out the bartender was also the cook that night and did an excellent job of treating us like we were the only four people in the place. The steak was excellent, done perfectly, and the potato was baked. One of our party ordered a grilled cheese sandwich and said it was truly one of the best she has ever had...and this is a person that has eaten a lot of grilled cheese. It seems the bread was rough cut and loaded with cheese. Don't know about desert, we were stuffed and headed to the top of Cherry Springs State Park to watch an almost unbelievable show of stars in one of the darkest places on the East coast. Stop in to the Germania Hotel for lunch or dinner, say hi to the bartender, relax, enjoy...this is truly a gem of a restaurant. I think there really are rooms for rent...didn't ask.
A local resident recommended this food truck, I'm guessing 2 or 3 miles west of Galeton on U.S. Route 6. The proprietor is an accomplished chef and uses all local products in her breakfast sandwiches and other products. I had a sausage, egg, and cheese sandwich on salt-raising bread, which was absolutely delicious. They're made to order. I could have also had it on a homemade bagel or croissant, and had a choice of three kinds of cheese. There were complimentary "grandma's donuts," which reminded me of Pennsylvania Dutch fastnachts, for anyone who knows what that is. She also serves Starbucks coffee "to bring a little urban flavor to northern Pennsylvania." A memorable breakfast, along the roadside on a crisp, clear north woods morning.
4 based on 20 reviews
This is a local-type restaurant decorated with paneling, country farm items, as well as some stuffed heads and animals. I personally love this environment. The food was delicious; I had a steak sandwich with fresh cut fries and my husband had a burger with the same fries. I judge a place by its fries and these were delicious. They must be fresh cut with either some salt or no salt and definitely no extra seasonings. The staff was friendly and welcoming and we would definitely eat here again when we are in the area.
4 based on 31 reviews
We were getting a bit drowsy on our four hour road trip and planned to stop at Sheetz in Coudersport for coffee, when my husband remembered the Brick House in Galeton. This has been the retirement project of a couple from Philly area, who serve up comfort consistently. We were met at the door - they usually close at two on week days but will stay open as people arrive. We had homemade chili, redolent of a bit of Greek style cinnamon and Philly cheesesteak sandwich, gooey with cheese, mushrooms and roasted red pepper. Help yourself to unlimited coffee or cappucino. All in an old brick house from the 1890s, this cafe become a welcome and familiar fixture on Route 6.
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