Best American restaurants nearby. Discover the best American food in Johnstown. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for American restaurants near you.. Johnstown is a city in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, United States, 43 miles (69 km) west-southwest of Altoona and 67 miles (108 km) east of Pittsburgh. The population was 20,978 at the 2010 census and estimated to be 20,402 in 2013. It is the principal city of the Johnstown, Pennsylvania, Metropolitan Statistical Area, which includes Cambria County.
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3 based on 63 reviews
Hossâs Steak and Sea House is a family restaurant featuring fresh-cut steaks, seafood, and tender chicken entree. All cooked to order! Enjoy our fresh and wholesome Soup & Salad Bar with homemade soups, just-baked breads, fresh fruits, delicious desserts,
Great Soup and Salad Bar, Wide Variety of Menu Items, Clean and Great for the Family, Food is also Very Good!! Friendly and Attentive Staff!!
4 based on 51 reviews
We were seated immediately. The waitress was friendly and helpful because it's been forever since we ate here. I met my friend here for lunch at noon so it wasn't overcrowded. She got the salmon salad which she said was excellent. I got the grilled shrimp, rice and broccoli which was awesome. I would definitely get this again. The place was clean and quiet when we were there. The biscuits were so warm and fresh.
4 based on 26 reviews
Seems we always get Em's when we have a crowd, and Christmas was no exception. Love the original, and others in the family rave about the turkey and ham sub choices. Store itself was recently remodeled and you can now eat in!
4 based on 28 reviews
Besides being a great neighborhood bar; a lot of firsts happened here: Chuck was the first in town to introduce healthful fried food, (Rair Oven,) I've been there for all the extensions & remodeling, all top shelf/all with the customer in mind. I've been to more celebrations and parties here than any other place on the planet... Anytime they got a few bucks ahead it all went back into the business...Ya just don't see that anymore...A hard headed marine & his wife (Terri), determined to create an atmosphere comfortable for everybody...You're only a stranger here the first time; after that you're family.....CHILLY
4 based on 96 reviews
A Wine Spectator Award-winning restaurant located in the Holiday Inn Johnstown-Downtown. We are located in the heart of the downtown central business district. We have special limited-time menus that change several times a year to showcase the best ingred
Service was good and attentive. Menu had a few unique touches; perhaps indicative of the area. Food quality was acceptable. The dining room had a nice ambiance; albeit the view had a bit to be desired. Readying to pay the bill, and power took out their registers. They took our cellphone, allowed us to leave without paying; then called later to ask for authorization to process the bill We agreed, and all was good.
4 based on 52 reviews
I didn't expect much from a diner-type restaurant in a small city, but apparently a lot of locals like their take-out chicken and ribs, since a couple of people were there, waiting for large quantities of these to take home. Our party ordered completely different items, and no one was disappointed. It's not all home-made, though, so if you're looking for homemade pierogies or meatballs, this is not your place. For diner food, it's okay. It was clean and the wait staff were efficient.
4 based on 77 reviews
A tiny little place-really a small bar-recommended to us by a local who we stopped on the street. Best tacos, ice cold draft beer, an way low prices.
Bar had pretty good service was busy pre game stopping point. Right near war memorial. But fairly small. Average city bar.
4 based on 131 reviews
This is a local favorite, the hot dogs are really great. I grew up eating them and it is the first place I go when I return to Johnstown. This place is a must experience whein in Johnstown.
It breaks my heart to say they closed after over a hundred years in business. My grand parents went here after they got married, my parents went here after they were married and me and my wife enjoyed their delicious chili dogs. This place is to much a part of Johnstown history to remain closed, please someone buy this piece of Americana and keep it open for another hundred years.
4 based on 128 reviews
Once again, I have the chance to tell folks about this wonderfully kept secret in Johnstown. I am never disappointed at the variety and excellence of the food and service, My wife and I had 3 guests to share my 90th birthday. They were happily impressed with their meals and service. I had a cup of their mushroom soup and opted for the mussels in Thai sauce with home made pasta, and garlic toast. My wife had the Ceasar salad made from scratch (the right way) and with Anchovy's and their "soup of the day" (I tasted it, and it was great also) Everyone had varied meals - all greatly satisfied and pleased we brought them top the cafÃ©. Folks, you can't miss dining here. It is well worth the visit, but suggest you make a reservation because this is a super popular (secret) dining place. Without reservations, six stars ******.
4 based on 195 reviews
Love the Boulevard. Iâm moving out of state very soon and my daughter asked where Iâd like to go for my âlast mealâ in Jâtown. No question. The Boulevard. They often have excellent musical quests and you can still hear each other speaking quietly. The shrimp and steaks are wonderful or you even have gourmand pizza!
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