Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in Washington, Pennsylvania, United States. Washington is a city in and the county seat of Washington County, Pennsylvania, United States, within the Greater Pittsburgh Region in the southwestern part of the state. The population was 13,663 at the 2010 census.
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3 based on 26 reviews
My family goes to this Buffalo Wild Wings a few times a month. It is usually pretty crowded but they get you seated quickly. It always seems to have a lot of servers & they are always friendly. Menu is large enough to please the entire family.
3 based on 47 reviews
Garfields is a pretty neat sandwich and comfort food place located at the mall. They serve frozen margaritas which is a big plus to us. Their onion rings are really good and crispy. We had the grilled chicken sandwich, Quesa Salad and Ultimate Nachos. Everything was very good. We will be back.
3 based on 67 reviews
In 1972, Max & Erma created a fun, unique, gourmet hamburger restaurant you could take friends & family to, decorating it with quirky artifacts & local paraphernalia. Since that day, weâve been committed to providing our guests with delicious all-American
Only have visited Max and Erma's while in the U.S. East and it's been awhile. Noted on TA there was a location near my hotel on a recent trip to Washington, PA. Sadly was in town for a funeral and logistics dictated nearby 'please everybody' choices for dining. Visited on a late afternoon and all of the party agreed it was a decent experience. Not much for ambience in a large open room with standard chain restaurant deco. Service was great - maybe it was early and not busy or a 'good day', whatever, our server was friendly and menu knowledgable and made for a nice experience. Starter of pretzel bites was a hit and happy hours drinks for our sad crew were well made. I had a try three special, broccoli soup, cheeseburger, and cookie, my partner had soup and 1/2 sandwich. Both were served with good timing and were excellent (soup as recommend from the server "it's good today"). Excellent burger cooked to my medium well spec, as I am not a big meat eater I figured this was a place to do a burger, and it was a solid choice. Other dish from my group sampled was the salmon (farm raised) was cooked thru while still moist and lightly seasoned. Good dining and happy hour drinks experience. Price was mid-range ($10-20USD per entree). Definitely not a fine dining experience or atmosphere - this location provided good service and was clean.
4 based on 32 reviews
We went here twice in a month last April to use Christmas gift cards. We like this location because itâs always friendly service and the usual good food at Applebeeâs for decent prices. Even at crowded times we are seated fast. Itâs my daughterâs favorite place. She even picked it as a report card reward!
4 based on 26 reviews
My seat-mate on my flight from Orlando to Pittsburgh was a world traveler...said he had never had a better steak anywhere in the world...so I said, that's all I need to hear! My friend and I went for lunch - they had ribs as the special and they were "fall off the bone delicious"...the owner's wife was there and she had just made 50 lbs. of fresh potato salad (it was just fabulous). We had an order of pierogies, swimming in butter, onions, peppers and topped with Asiago cheese. We took what we didn't eat home and had them for Sunday Brunch. Don't miss this gem...I consider myself a foodie and I can't wait to go back!
4 based on 76 reviews
Was in the area for work doing some training, and the staff took myself and another employee here for after work appetizers and drinks. We were both so pleasantly surprised. There's nothing like this in our hometown. The bacon stuffed jalapenos, bourbon and brown sugar bacon, bacon flights and beer battered fried pickles were nomalishish. The atmosphere was laid back and the staff were attentive. Tables were large enough to have many plates of shareables with lots of people.Too bad this place is so far away or I'd go back at least once a month.
4 based on 173 reviews
Long-running Pittsburgh-born chain known for sandwiches piled high with coleslaw & french fries.
The thought behind this was that you didn't have to put your sandwich down to eat your fries. You are going to need plenty of napkins and something to drink though.The sandwich shop chain started way back in 1933 by three brothers in Pittsburgh's Strip District, and now has 39 locations across 6 states. For my first ever outing to a Primanti Brothers restaurant, I chose to visit the Washington, PA location near The Meadows Racetrack & Casino around 3PM on a Sunday.I was seated at one of the high top tables in the bar area where I could see many big screen TVs overhead each tuned to a different sporting event. Robert provided me with good service. I got a Two Hearted Ale ($6) from Bell's Brewery on draft and a Tall Boy - PB Reuben ($10.49) sandwich. This sandwich was huge, and served to me with a steak knife sticking out the middle of it. The Primanti Brothers sandwiches are unique in that they put the french fries as a topping inside of them. The first thing I did was take the provided knife and cut the sandwich right down the middle. I was only able to finish one half of it, and took the rest in a container with me to go.
4 based on 54 reviews
This place is always exceptional...the sandwiches are huge ..the chili is good...the salads are good too...never had a complaint...nice in the summer when the doors are open. Love it...great sports bar.
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