Mansfield is a borough located in east-central Tioga County, Pennsylvania, United States, in the Tioga River valley. It is situated at the intersection of U.S. Route 6 and U.S. Business Route 15, about 36 miles (58 km) southwest of Elmira, New York.
Things to do in Mansfield
4 based on 178 reviews
Surrounded with beautiful landscaping for outdoor dining, warm, indoor settings, an imported European hand-carved bar and stone fireplaces as focal points, Lambs Creek Food and Spirits overlooks gorgeous mountains and the Mansfield University. Small and large group private dining areas are available, for special events and weddings The perfect atmosphere, outstanding service and delicious comfort food! Sunday brunch buffet 11-2.
My husband and I were in town over night. I was looking for something different to eat. Not your fast food same old thing. When we checked into our hotel we were told about this restaurant. We were seated and had the most amazing waitress,...MoreThank you so much for your wonderful review !
4.5 based on 36 reviews
Had lunch with a friend there, really interesting menu, great ingredients and lovely ambiance and servers who really seem to care. I was really impressed with this place - loved it Rib
5 based on 1 reviews
All natural, gluten and dairy free, juice bar and cafe, located in Mansfield, PA. Small but personable hang out spot for locals and students in the area. Delicious mixed juices and smoothies, along with tasty local waffles
I stopped by Adams Apple Juice Bar a few days ago and enjoyed a fantastic Banana Nut waffle with strawberry jam, bananas and coconut whipped cream (all gluten and dairy free!!) and a delicious Dublin Green juice. The owner, Josh, introduced himself and offered advice as to what to get. He is friendly, helpful and quite knowledgable about his products!! He has quite a collection of vinyls for music and directions on how to change vinyls (if you don't already know how to!). Everything I had was amazing and, even if it is a little out of the way, I will definitely be stopping back soon!!
4 based on 133 reviews
I really enjoyed my dinner here. Plenty of great beers on tap of local variety. Bartenders were great and described the beers well and were very happy to pour a sample. I had the steak whichfor the price was good, but certainly wasn't steakhouse quality. I figured that going in, but it was still delicious. Go here drink beer and eat. Good place.
5 based on 1 reviews
4.5 based on 62 reviews
Once again, lunch at Gramma's Kitchen was so worth it. Homemade food and an in store bakery. The waitstaff was spot on and got me and a Co worker, sat and served very quickly. We told her we were on a time crunch and they were very accommodating. I don't get meatloaf at home because my wife and kids won't eat it. So, when visiting home cooked diners, I become a meatloaf aficionado. Can't help it, I'm PA Dutch. Also, if you serve me real mashed with real meatloaf, you are going to get a good rating. The place was packed like sardines but we got there right at 1230 pm, at peak service. You need to know that they only serve breakfast and lunch till 3pm. No dinner service. We paid with cash so I don't know if they ever updated to take Credit Cards. In 2014, they did not take them. I am not sure why it took me three years to return here. BTW, the bakery is outstanding. Pie, pie and pie. The Chocolate Cream is so worth just going for dessert.
4 based on 113 reviews
At first glance you may be tempted to pass on by. Do your self a favor and don't! The food is excellent! I highly recommend the Chicken Cheech (which is no longer on the menu :( but if you ask, the chef will make it!). Portions are large! Nice people! And the chef is accommodating and adventurous!
4 based on 49 reviews
My husband was hungry for spaghetti so we decided to try Papa V's. It was a great choice. He said his spaghetti and meatballs were very good (spaghetti was properly cook el dente' but he's not a fan; at home I have to cook it nearly twice as long as called for) he had 3 meatballs not the usual 1 you get a most places. I had the chicken panini with spinach & provolone and it was very good as well. Nice chunks of chicken breast, not lunch meat slices, and the French fries were fresh and hot. Rebecca was our server and she was friendly and attentive. We ate for less than $30
3.5 based on 75 reviews
Its a shame this is the only restaurant walking distance from the Hampton food is average cheep diner like if I would have known that they are a diner style I would have went to town service is good and fast
4 based on 31 reviews
This is by far the best place for breakfast in the Mansfield/Wellsboro area. Family Friendly, excellent service, great menu selection, food is always cooked perfect. This is the #1 local hang out. When traveling always ask where the locals eat. I have only eaten breakfast but this place is always busy so I have to assume other meals are great also.
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