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Where to eat in Erie PA?

Updated on April 3, 2010

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Where to eat filet de boeuf in Erie PA?
Where to eat filet de boeuf in Erie PA?

Eat well in Erie PA

 Find some of the delicious menu items and great restaurants before deciding where to eat in Erie PA. Local favorites to popular dishes including fresh perch fish from Lake Erie, chicken wings hot n spicy, pepperoni balls with meat balls, ox roast - yes Ox Roast! and for dessert how about a deliciously presented chocolate covered strawberries. All kinds of food can be found in Erie, Pennsylvania including mediterranean, thai, chinese, asian, french, italian, japanaese cuisines. Where to eat in Erie, pa should be easy after you go through this list of fine selection of restaurants.

Erie PA best restaurants

1. Alto Cucina

 Offers a wonderful atmosphere along with a  delicious, satisfying, and creative food items. A hearty mix of traditional dishes and a great fusion menu makes it a great place when deciding where to eat in Erie PA. Executive Chef Pat Rodgers creates Italian food like no other with a hearty mix of traditional dishes and fun fusion flavor. Enjoy a variety of weekly specials including vegetarian & vegan dishes. Try their Pasta Ciacchini which is a mix of clams, lobster and beef tenderloin tips in smoked Gouda Alfredo sauce served over linguini pasta.

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2. The Brewerie at Union Station

 Real Food. Great Beer. Real Historic Atmosphere. A great combination to have a wonderful time. That is the scene  at The Brewerie at Union Station in Erie PA. This exclusive brewpub/restaurant serves up fresh handcrafted ale paired with a unique menu of delicious items. The Trackside Beer Garden is where you can enjoy a pint of ale as the trains go barreling by. A great place for authentic beer and a fun time.

3. Bertrand's French Bistro
The finest French food nourishes the soul and lifts the spirit and Bertrand's French Bistro clearly offers that french dining experience. This erie pa restaurant is located just across from Perry Square. The warm “bistro” feeling and gracious service are presided over by Bertrand Artigues and his wife, Lu-Ann. Bertrand is a trained Chef by the American Culinary Federation and has been trained under apprenticeship in France. In keeping with his high standards, Bertrand’s menu features a variety of entree’s with fresh meats and vegetables while using organic and Kosher ingredients.

4. The Pufferbelly

 An easy pick when deciding Where to eat in Erie PA is the Pufferbelly as it is a full service restaurant and lounge in a 1908 renovated firehouse with an historic atmosphere, many photos and artifacts, Patio dining, catered luncheons.

5. Matthew's Trattoria and Martini Lounge

Re-created and re-mixed, the new Matthew's Trattoria & Martini Lounge offers a re-laxed atmosphere conducive to enjoying the company of good friends. Sit back and relax as they cater to your hungry appetites. Now featuring a laid-back menu of fabulous tapas made to order using only the freshest ingredients, and as always, prepared under the direction of Chef Matthew V. Sarbak.

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      travelerhubs 7 years ago from USA

      Thanks for your comments. This is a great place to spend quality time with family or friends.

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      Hello, hello, 7 years ago from London, UK

      A wonderful selection of good restaurants. Thank you for your recommendation.

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      Michael Shane 7 years ago from Gadsden, Alabama

      I think I have been to the Union Station but not sure...The food looked wonderful in the pictures. I enjoyed my visit there about 8 years ago...Went to the GE Locomotive Plant. Big lake you guys have there....