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Any decent places in Uniontown?

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Burghfeeder Jan 30, 2012 01:22 PM

Although I've been through Uniontown dozens of times, I've never really searched out any good chow locations. I'm going to be spending a few nights there and would like some recommendations on good, comfortable restaurants/bars or any unique places close by. Any suggestions would be appreciated!

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    Effort Jan 30, 2012 07:59 PM

    I have heard the Caileigl's is pretty good, never been. On route 40 east past the summit there is a small tavern that is nice but I forgot the name and it is not open every day.

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      Burghfeeder Jan 31, 2012 04:06 AM

      Thanks for the tips. Caileingl's looks perfect, great menu, nice place but not too fussy. Also, I think I know the tavern that you mentioned, although I can't remember the name. I do remember that it was never open in the afternoon when I've driven by.

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      INDIANRIVERFL Jan 31, 2012 10:19 AM

      I was thinking the Summit Inn outside of town, but I can't find any reference to a wine list or bar. Beautiful views as I remember.

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        Mer_Made Feb 8, 2012 07:39 AM

        It is beautiful, but it's closed during the winter. So is Deep Creek Winery, which I would suggest, if it wasn't closed. Backyard Gardens (PA foods) in Ohiopyle may be closed as well.

        There's Meloni's in town, it's just okay. It's been there forever and the locals like it, but I thought the red sauce needed more garlic. You may want to try it, just to get a feel for the town.

        If you want Mennonite comfort food, the Casselman Inn in Grantsville is a good choice. You're so close to the border between MD-WV-PA you can find lots to see and do.

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