Restaurants and dining options in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania's main city is Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love. This historic city is home to the US Constitution and the Liberty Bell. The Benjamin Franklin Institute Science Museum was built here and allows visitors the opportunity to understand computers, science, geography and astronomy. Greater Pittsburgh, gateway to the west in colonial times and now a modern industrial center, is a hub for three rivers: the Monongahela, Allegheny and Ohio. Visitors interested in the colonial era will enjoy Pennsylvania Dutch Country in the farming country Southeast. The town of Gettysburg is famous for the Civil War Battle of Gettysburg, which changed the course of U.S. history.

The Allegheny National Forest spans four western PA counties and features many outdoor adventures and activities. The Pocono Mountains, a honeymoon destination, are located in northeastern Pennsylvania. Make Pennsylvania your vacation destination.

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Ristorante Toscano's chef and owner John Bruno comes from a family of chefs. John's training comes from growing up in a family rich in Italian tradition and endless hours working in the restaurants of friends in Chestnut Hill, PA. Family is key to John's vision at Toscano. He regularly visits Cousin Tony in Brooklyn, NY for family recipes and secrets and complements many pasta dishes with Nana Bruno's sauce recipes. Come to Ristorante Toscano and let our family feed your family!

One of three popular Mainline restaurants owned by the Wakim family, Al Dar Bistro's Middle Eastern cuisine and lush, earthy ambiance reflect the ancient Lebanese heritage of these successful restaurateurs. Established in 1980, Al Dar Bistro (traditionally defined as "a room for a feast") continues to be a popular gathering place for those looking for a unique, upscale, yet delightfully casual dining experience.

Step back in time at the historic Lardin House Inn Restaurant and Tavern nestled in the beautiful Laurel Highlands. Built in 1780, the house has born witness to history as a Civil War encampment and stop on the Underground Railroad. Named for the original owners, the proprietors have served the area as farmers, butchers, bakers and restaurateurs for over 200 years.

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