Made to Order Moments Along the Road

By Luana Lindberg & Matt Price

From fast food to slow smoked barbeque, and all speeds in between, the road to dining in the Raystown Lake Region is a road worth traveling!

S'mores cupcakes at Sweethearts Confectionary.

S’mores cupcakes at Sweethearts Confectionary.

From the moment you arrive, we are ready to serve you.  Want a quick lunch before you head to the lake?  Stop at one of our fast food restaurants or convenience stores and you won’t be disappointed!  You might even find some surprises like barbeque chicken pizza, homemade macaroni salad, and some of the best meat loaf you’ve ever tasted!

Got the whole family? Great!  We have some fabulous family restaurants to make your moment special!  Whether its pancakes for breakfast, a burger for lunch or pork chops for dinner – diners are the quintessential eating experience for the road!  One diner even offers free pie if a train stops at the diner and the engineer comes in to get something to eat!

Maybe steaks and salad are more to your liking?  We’ve got that too, as well as quaint cafes offering gourmet specialties surrounded by the work of local artists!

Does an ice cold beer or martini sound good after a day in the sun?  No problem.  Try one of our pubs or bars.  Memories Sports Bar & Grill has award-winning wings, frequent entertainment, and all the best sports!

Even on our main roads, there are treats for your tastebuds!  On Route 45 you’ll find inside-out doughnuts, on Route 26 you’ll find award-winning barbeque, and ice cream treats, on Route 22 you’ll find gourmet candy, and in Huntingdon, you can find pineapple upside down cupcakes!

Yes, everyone has their moments.  Let us make you another one…a Raystown moment…made-to-order.

Dining among local art at Stone Town Gallery & Cafe. Photo by Ed Stoddard.

Dining among local art at Stone Town Gallery & Cafe. Photo by Ed Stoddard.

About the Authors: Luana Lindberg resides in Huntingdon where she enjoys dining out with her husband Erik.  Matt Price works for the Huntingdon County Visitors Bureau and lives on a road less traveled atop Warrior Ridge.

 

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