If you are a vegetarian going along this route, and don't want to spend $20 + a person at a really nice place, Curt's provides an option. The food wasn't bad, the service is friendly, and a lot of the locals eat here. You can get either the soup and salad buffet (what I recommend for veg) or the full buffet or order off the menu. Also, the desserts that I tried were very good.
Not really. Have stopped at Topo's several times, and each time, have had the same problem .... SLOW SERVICE! Seems like relaxing is more important to the servers. Food is average, value is average!
**Now known as CURTS and still same service, food, quality and atmosphere!
I EAT AT CURTS ALL THE TIME GOOD HOME MADE FOOD FOR THE PRICE DESERTS AND FRESH ROLLS MADE DAILY BIG PORTIONS AND FRIENDLY STAFF. SERVICE CAN BE SLOW AT TIMES WHEN BUSY BUT THAT IS EXPECTED IN A LITTLE TOWN RESTAURANT WITH HOME BAKED GOODS AND FOOD. HEY IF YOUR ORDER GETS MESSED UP THEY WILL FIX IT. SO FOR THE PRICE AND QUALITY I SAY IT PRETTY GOOD AND ALWAYS BUSIER THAN THE REST OF THE PLACES IN THE AREA
Ate there Fri.Oct.14'2011. Ordered fish dinner with baked potato
and side of corn plus cup of clam chowder. The fish came fixed
3ways.I forgot to tell her which way but she didn't ask either.She
was a stone face.One word answers.My wife got a baked potato
as well.Both potatos were unedible.Not done,I bent my fork trying
to mash it .After waiting 35 min. for our food I realized it was a
mistake. Cold food, poor service,and overpriced for the quality.
The closest inn accommodations to Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater and his Kentuck Knob, the Summit Inn sits majestically atop Chestnut
Ridge in the beautiful Laurel Highlands of Southwestern Pennsylvania, about 50 miles south of Pittsburgh. With its turn of ...