Reviews on Bar food in Edinboro, Pennsylvania, United States. Edinboro is a borough in Erie County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is part of the Erie Metropolitan Statistical Area. As home to Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, it is a small college town, as well as a resort community. The population was 6,438 at the 2010 census, down from 6,950 at the 2000 census.
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We stopped here after the Ohio State vs Edinboro wrestling match. We ordered a hot dog and the supposedly fresh fish sandwich with fries and had to wait one hour before we were even served. We were going to leave but we kept thinking ok any minute now and it was not even very busy. So if you want to sit and have a few very tall beers and wait over one hour before you eat then this is the place to go. We would not go back here again.
4 based on 21 reviews
We ate here with some friends in a large group recently. It was easy because everyone could do everything at their own pace, and the kids can run around crazy until the pizza is done. While the portions weren't excessive for the price, I enjoyed the food. It was a little crowded the way they have it set up, but it's clearly a place for the locals!
4 based on 25 reviews
A landmark in Edinboro since the turn of the century, The Edinboro Hotel Bar has the distinction of being the town's oldest eating & drinking establishment. Lunch & dinner specials are offered daily. Specialty dinner nights include: Mexican Mondays, Itali
The staff is confused and doesn't know how to process an order or to price it right. Took 1 1/2 hours for an order.. watched them drop a pizza on the floor and pick it upYikes
4 based on 15 reviews
The Engine House 39 has great food and a good atmosphere. It is a club and for those not familiar with clubs can have a little bit of a learning curve. The club is a little hard to find but being open for lunch to the public the food is good enough to search out its location behind the Washington township Municipal building. The only reason it's there is because Washington township was generous enough to donate property for the Edinboro fire department to build on after Edinboro borough told them they couldn't build in town or renovate their existing structure to accommodate the new venture. So the Township and borough residences didn't have to start paying fire tax and keep the Fire department volunteer after MANY of the local bar owners ran them out saying they hope they failed in their new endeavor.None the less the Engine house is open now in the township and has great food. It has breakfast on the weekends and the homemade soups are crazy good! As a foodie i am always excited to see the ever changing menu and specials pop up. It can get loud sometimes but they are always taking steps to improve and learn. The best part is the money spent there helps the community and the fire department. It just doesn't line the pockets of greedy Bar owners. And don't forget when you're there to stop by Weiner Park at the end of the drive. It has walking trails and a place for the kids to play!!!
4 based on 21 reviews
This is actually a pretty neat little bar. There is usually an age-range from college up to retired, which is rare in a small college town. The wings are delicious. Pints of Yueingling are always $1.50, which is my favorite. The only negative is the bathroom, pretty gross.
4 based on 64 reviews
An absolutely amazing location for an open air style bar, great views and a great place for a drink or and appetizer. They also serve main dishes but we have not been impressed by the quality, quantity, or price so still to the pre - meal menu.
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