Farmington is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Wharton Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located along U.S. Route 40, the National Road, about 60 miles (97 km) southeast of Pittsburgh, and is the closest settlement to Fort Necessity. It is also home to the 5-star Nemacolin Woodlands Resort and the New Meadow Run Bruderhof, a Christian community with over 250 members. As of the 2010 census the population of Farmington was 767.
Things to do in Farmington
4.5 based on 219 reviews
Ohiopyle Bakery & Sandwich Shoppe is a family owned business that features delicious bakery goods baked fresh daily and healthy gourmet made-to-order lunch sandwiches that are sure to impress! Schedule a visit to see us on your next trip to the Ohiopyle area. Ohiopyle Bakery & Sandwich Shoppe can often prove to be a destination in itself. <br>Planning a trip for your group? Meal options have been designed to keep your group fueled and on the move! Meals can also be specially packed for trips rafting on the river, hiking, or biking the GAP trail. Call for more details!<br><br>DIRECTIONS....<br>FROM ROUTE 381 - you will find us perched atop a little hill directly across from the Main Falls parking lot. <br>FROM BIKE TRAIL - head straight on Sherman Street after exiting bike trail, make a right at the Ohiopyle-Stewart Fire House, Ohiople Bakery is tucked back the alleyway to the left...White building with red signs!<br><br>OHIOPYLE BAKERY & SANDWICH SHOPPE IS A NUT-FREE ESTABLISHMENT..Happy safe eating!
LOCATION: A short walk from the Yough Motel, perfect location if staying there and it opens at 6 AM for the early birds!
FOOD: Delicious breakfast sandwiches - I had ham, egg, & American cheese on multigrain. Delicious. Tea selection isn't great and 1/2 and 1/2 offered is the stuff in those small pre-made cups not out of a carton. Prices were very reasonable.
SERVICE: A little slower than expected.
ATMOSPHERE: There is very limited seating inside: one table with 2 or 3 stools and then a ledge with another 2 or 3 chairs. Plenty of outdoor seating, as it's easy to tell this is a hot spot in the summers. Owner was very friendly and helpful.
4.5 based on 137 reviews
We are a young business in a brand new building specializing in made-from-scratch foods; including pizzas, sandwiches, pastries & specialty coffees.
It was cold and damp outside, the locals recommended, many restaurants (we were looking for lunch), then we noticed all of them at the end would say, "Maywood Grill's My Favorite". So, that's where we went. The staff including the server was not only attentive and informative, they were "happy". Not a grump in the place. I love homemade soup and it was, I love fresh and the salad was amazing, it came with a few french fries on the top! Best salad ever!! We didn't realize they had a bakery at the other end, it was just like an old fashioned bakery. Their baker does all the baking there. Their pies are the perfect size if you are travelling and don't want a huge pie. The Coconut Creme was the best I've ever had, and I'm from Florida! We also tried there cookies! Don't miss this place, you'll feel like your at your best friend's Mom's house for dinner!
4.5 based on 143 reviews
This was our favorite find after four days of eating out around the Laurel Highlands over the Thanksgiving holiday. Although the site is small, with a long communal table and a couple of others, thoughtful design welcomed us warmly as we walked in. A full barista menu is offered along with hearty hot and cold sandwiches. Our crew enjoyed Reubens, pulled pork, burgers, and chicken salad with housemade chips. A small antique shop is adjacent.
4.5 based on 157 reviews
VERY disappointed with the food quality at Mae's. I should have known better after reading some prior online reviews, but I was lured into making a reservation while staying at the Summit Inn and hearing about watching the sunset while sitting outside on the beautiful porch. We were one of the only couples eating, but the service was very slow. Every other table was given a bread basket, but we were not offered one. Both our entrees came out incredibly fast, like they were just sitting on a hot plate in the back or something. The food tasted like cheap catered wedding food, pre-plated and incredibly salty. I doubt anything used fresh or local ingredients. Entrees were pretty pricey for the area. I was frustrated with myself for spending money on such a poor experience and hope I can save other travelers an unfortunate experience.
4 based on 208 reviews
Falls Market offers full service breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We also offer a breakfast buffet on Saturdays and Sundays from 7am-11am. The other half of Falls Market is a grocery store and deli with fresh, made-to-order hoagies.
Ate an informal dinner here with a group of six riding on the Great Allegheny Passage on 10/27/17. Great food - fast, friendly, attentive service. Wide menu variety - not fancy but good. Pizza was great. The attached convenience store was handy for drinks and snacks after dinner. Great ice cream also!
4.5 based on 251 reviews
Aqueous proudly offers refined cuisine & stylish service in our Frank Lloyd Wright inspired restaurant. Nestled inside Nemacolin Woodlands Resort's AAA Five-Diamond Falling Rock Boutique Hotel, Aqueous boasts table to ceiling views of the magnificent Pennsylvania Laurel Highlands and the 18th hole of the Pete Dye designed, PGA tour-tested, Mystic Rock Golf Course. The cuisine at Aqueous takes the upscale steakhouse concept to an entirely new level. The menu features American Cuisine using the finest domestic ingredients with strong emphasis on local product & seasonal cooking. Aqueous differs from traditional "steakhouses" due to its strong in-house dry aging & on-site cutting program. In addition to our Prime, Dry Aged and Certified Angus selections, you will have the opportunity to indulge in artistic preparations of seafood, poultry and unique pastry creations. In conjunction with cuisine comes the love of wine. Aqueous offers guests a relaxed, yet personalized sommelier service.
We were very excited to try Aqueous during at stay at Nemocolin during the Christmas holidays. We were really disappointed. Although the service and presentation was wonderful, the food itself was nothing special. The winter squash soup had almost no flavor. Everything was ok but for the price expected something better.
4 based on 151 reviews
A laid back casual atmosphere that is the post fun HQ in Ohiopyle. This is where kayakers and mountain bikers and park users gather to share the stories of their day in Ohiopyle State Park.
I like this place. Second time I've been there - first time with my husband and second time (this past weekend) with a friend. Very lively, perhaps a little too lively for some (hence my 4 star). Laid back, good tap selection, and attentive but chill bartenders. If you want the local scene this is a great bet!
4 based on 431 reviews
My husband and I stopped here for a late lunch. I had the beer battered fish and he had the pulled pork sandwich. Both were really good and the shoestring fries were perfect. We had pumpkin cheesecake for dessert. Again, really good! Even the iced tea was above average. Very nice surroundings. A bit pricey but worth it.
4.5 based on 87 reviews
We are a family owned and operated Pizzeria. We hand toss our dough (that we make daily and then cold ferment overnight to ensure the best quality taste). Our menu includes: BBQ or Buffalo chicken, steak, and various fresh toppings for your pizza pie: meatball, steak, and Italian subs; Stromboli and ice cream. We offer thin crust pizza by the slice for those on the go and a 14" or 18" round pie for dine-in or take-out. We can accommodate large groups. Please give us a call.
My wife and I stopped in for a medium pizza with mushrooms and pepperoni (that plus a fountain soda cost around $16) before an afternoon whitewater rafting trip. The pizza was very tasty, if a little on the greasy side. The location is very convenient to lots of Ohiopyle activities.
4.5 based on 193 reviews
Lautrec truly is one of the finest dining experiences in the country. Having been awarded both the Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond awards for 2014, Lautrec is only one of 28 restaurants in the world to hold both a Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond award simultaneously. Lautrec's culinary style is influenced by European cuisine. Using the finest ingredients found locally and internationally, Chef Butterworth and her team carefully prepare ingredients with whimsy and comfort in mind, to create a truly unique and approachable Five-Star / Five-Diamond dining experience. The menu is a prix-fixe format which welcomes guests to create their own four-course menu. Guests looking to opt out of decision making can rely upon Chef Butterworth and our resident Sommelier's evening recommendations and dine from our seven-course Chef's Tasting menu. Caviar, champagne and a selection of artisanal cheeses are offered a la carte to heighten the experience. Options for a Vegetable or Vegan Tasting menu are also available. The word "experience" is used frequently when describing Lautrec, because the Tasting Menu format, rich atmosphere and exceptional customer service lend itself to an evening of gastronomical entertainment rather than an evening meal.
I ate at Lautrec twice while staying at the resort. I had dinner there on Saturday night and brunch on Sunday. Dinner was pretty good—not amazing, given the menu prices—but OK. Brunch was not good. Shrimp you have to peel? Are you kidding? Perhaps it is because the brunch isn’t very busy or something. The entrees on the hot food tables in the kitchen area looked and tasted like poor cafeteria food. Too bad the award-winning chef who handles dinner doesn’t handle brunch too. Would NOT return—especially for Sunday brunch.
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