Very clean facility and friendly staff. Like another reviewer said be prepared to go broke once you see the bill. Dinners prices start at $8.95 and up. Cheesecake was $6.95 a slice up to $7.95 depending on what type of cheesecake you get. I got the blackened chicken sandwich at $8.95. Sandwich seemed small in my opinion. Girlfriend got bow tie pasta with chicken $15.95. Sister got some type of pasta dish $13.95. Portions for the dinner are very good size. Both my sister and girlfriend couldn't finish their dinners. I tried both of theirs and they seemed a little on the greasy side but their dishes are nothing to die for I think. Neither of us could finish everything including the cheesecake. Our total bill was $63.xx. We didn't even get any drinks other than water to save a couple of $$. Overall I think the food is good but nothing spectacular. But their cheesecake is awesome. I'm willing to give this place another try in the near future. Just be prepared to spend some $$.
444 Liberty AvePittsburgh, PA 15222
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I've only eaten at Applebee's a few times because they are usually very busy and I won't wait for over 5 minutes for a seat at any restaurant.My wife had never eaten there,so we went there on a Thursday night and were seated immediately.The entree we both ordered was Sizzling Asian Shrimp with broccoli.All I have to say is:There was a ton of broccoli on the plate probably to give the impression of getting a large amount of food.Usually after eating at a decent restaurant I am stuffed and feel like a pig.When my wife and I got home we were still hungry.I never write reviews of any business,but I want Applebee's to know we were not fooled and we will never eat there again.Our waitress Holly was great!
This hidden treasure is a real gem of a little place! Located south of Pittsburgh, it is nestled in an out of the way area of Baldwin Boro. This area, long ago, as I recall, was home to some of Pennsylvania's coal industry. It has wonderful freshly prepared soups, salads and sandwiches at lunchtime, and a nice variety of dinner dishes that would please any gourmet. The staff is always pleasant and the atmosphere is too! We've been going there more, recently, since they no longer Pennsylvania no longer allows smoking in restaurants. The small dining room off the bar is now much more cozy and inviting since it is now smoke free!