Posts Tagged ‘food’
Published Friday, January 20th, 2012
A signature of Johnstown’s landscape for many years has been the Inclined Plane. Originally built for commuters after the 1889 flood, the world’s steepest vehicular incline still offers transportation to local residents, but now offers itself as a destination for visitors and locals alike. Whether you’re looking for a bit of history, a pleasant view or something to eat, a trip to the top of the Incline is a great way to spend part of your day in town. (more…)
Published Friday, August 12th, 2011
When it comes to food festivals in our area, there are plenty of options throughout the year, but none may be as unique as the Laurel Highlands Annual Garlic Festival. This year will be the second incarnation of the festival, which takes place at Faranda’s Farm in Hollsopple, PA.
Published Thursday, February 4th, 2010
Each month, Green Gables Restaurant provides two separate opportunities for the beverage connoisseur to treat his taste buds to a sampling of premium wines or specialty beers.
The events, aptly named “First Friday Wine Tasting” and “Second Friday Beer Tasting”, occur on the first and second Fridays of every month of the year and are a particularly nice way to combat a chilly Pennsylvania winter. “We attract a pretty varied crowd,” says Laura, a hostess at Green Gables. “It’s a nice mix of younger and older people.”