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shayneraze May 3, 2011 10:23 AM

If you know of great food between the GW Bridge in NY and Pittsburgh, Pa., please respond. Will be driving in June.

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    jfr May 9, 2011 06:11 AM

    I am going to operate under the assumption that you are taking I-78 to I-81 to the PA Turnpike at Harrisburg. We haven't made this trip in a few years but we used to stop at the New Stanton exit not far from Pittsburgh and eat at La Tavola. Another thing we did once was stop in Shartlesville on I-78, visit Roadside America (a large model train layout with a $5 admission charge, though it might have increased by now) and had lunch as the family-style PA Dutch meal at Haag's Hotel. This might not qualify as great food but it was a fun stop and the food was pretty good. There are plenty of threads on Harrisburg on CH. Hope this helps as there hasn't been much response from those who have made the trip more recently.

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    Haag's Hotel
    3 N Main St, Shavertown, PA 18708

    Tavola Restaurant
    400 West Sproul Road, Springfield, PA 19064

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      Chowrin May 5, 2011 07:02 PM

      lebanon bologna. grandma utz potato chips. and some of the best pretzels you've ever eaten.
      if you drive lateish, there's a nice dive=bar on 22... Babe's Place.

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      Babe's Place
      949 Pizza Barn Rd, Blairsville, PA 15717

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