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    Regional Road Food!

    Tell us about the food you've found or stumbled on while on the road. Let us know what places and food you go out of your way to get back to. Some of you take pictures, too...that would be nice to see as well. Sometimes it's about the journey, sometimes it's about the destination. Heck, sometimes it's about the food!

    Be sure to include the city and state in the post title...that makes it easy to spot something interesting, nearby, or on the way.

    Here's a map that has been compiled over on Facebook showing places that others thought were worth the stop:
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    Good job!

    I've been to several of these restaurants and they were wonderful. Excellent choices. I never had the 6lb. burger at Denney's Beer Barrel Pub but I've never seen so many items on one menu. By the way, how much do you weigh?

    Quote Originally Posted by rockbottom View Post
    Here's the Pennsylvania/Maryland list from my blog:

    I thought I'd compile a list of my favorite motorcycle road food spots. I'm always looking for something funky or unusual, and have stumbled on a number of them. You'll notice that the themes for my selections are BBQ, German, fish sandwichs or reubens. As that great philosopher Popeye said, "I yams what I yams and dats all dat I yam."

    Andy Nelson's BBQ
    Cockeysville, MD
    Where else can you say your server actually played in the greatest NFL game ever?

    Chubby's BBQ
    Emmitsburg, MD
    It's not North Carolina, but pretty good for Q north of the Potomac

    Chap's Pit Beef
    Baltimore, Maryland
    It's no fun riding through Baltimore but worth it for this place. Featured on "Diners, Drive Ins, and Dives"

    Jean Bonnet Tavern
    Bedford, PA
    Historic, 18th century tavern on the excellent Rt 30. The Whiskey Rebellion plotters met there.

    Appalachian Brew Pub
    Gettysburg, PA
    Just west of Gettysburg, right next to Robert E. Lee's headquarters

    Prudhomme's Lost Cajun Kitchen
    Columbia, PA
    Very nice place run by a nephew of Paul Prudhomme. Between York and Lancaster.

    Denny's Beer Barrel Pub
    Clearfield, PA
    When you're in the mood for a 6 lb. hamburger. If not, you should be able to find something on their 11 page menu.

    Elk Creek Caf?
    Millheim, PA 16854
    A hidden gem in an unlikely place. The walleye is to die for.

    Cruiser's Cafe
    Mt. Pleasant Mills, PA

    Flannery's Tavern
    Mercersburg, PA
    Mercersburg is a very cute little historic town

    Mount Nittany Inn
    Centre Hall, PA

    Boxer's Cafe
    Huntingdon, PA 16652

    Boiling Springs Tavern
    Boiling Springs, PA

    Market Cross Pub
    Carlisle, PA

    Alibis Eatery
    Carlisle, PA

    Bavarian Inn
    Shepherdstown, WV
    Kind of upscale but I've worn motorcycle gear during lunch.

    Dobbin House Tavern
    Gettysburg, PA

    Carriage House Inn
    Emmitsburg, MD

    Shamrock Restaurant
    Thurmont, MD

    Temptations Cafe
    Berkeley Springs, WV

    Red Horse Tavern
    Pleasant Gap, PA

    Wellsboro Diner
    Wellsboro, PA
    Near the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania. Classic old diner. The waitress assured me the chili dogs have no calories.

    Doan's Bones
    Whipple Dam, PA
    On the nice Rt. 26 south of State College

    Curt's Smokin Ribs
    Mill Hall, PA
    Just outside Lock Haven

    Abbottstown, PA
    Between Gettysburg and York

    Rick's Hog Wild BBQ
    East Berlin, PA

    Black Hog BBQ
    Frederick, MD

    Forksville General Store and Restaurant
    Forksville, PA
    Grab a Philly style hoagie before riding through the gorgeous World's End State Park

    Bloomsburg Diner
    Bloomsburg, PA
    Carbo load here before heading over to Bill's Old Bike Barn

    Hecky's Sub Shop
    Hamburg, PA

    Mamie's Cafe and Bakery
    Martinsburg, PA

    Santino's Italian Cuisine
    Jersey Shore, PA

    Mifflinburg Hotel
    Mifflinburg, PA

    Skeeters BBQ
    Shamokin Dam, PA

    BJ's Ribs
    Selinsgrove, PA

    Waterfront Tavern
    Lewistown, PA

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    Big W BBQ - Wingdale, NY

    Went to Big W BBQ in Wingdale, NY this weekend. Heard about it somewhere on STN, can't remember the thread. Anyway, it was very good and is worth the ride to check it out. there's some real nice riding in the area too.

    Some good pastries and pizza up the street at Cousin's if you're interested in a little dessert after BIG W.

    No affiliation, just spreading the word on some good eats.

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    Toymakers Cafe

    Falls Village, Mass. If you haven't been you are missing out on some truly awesome food ( and coffee ). Stop in on a Sunday morning and it looks like a bike show in the parking lot. I'm sure you are all aware of this already though...... Anyway...Cool place

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jinxman69 View Post
    Falls Village, Mass. If you haven't been you are missing out on some truly awesome food ( and coffee ). Stop in on a Sunday morning and it looks like a bike show in the parking lot. I'm sure you are all aware of this already though...... Anyway...Cool place
    I'll add a second for the Toymaker Café. Just one is located in Falls Village, Conneticut (not Massachusetts).

    Ride fast safely

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    Red Horse Tavern
    Pleasant Gap, PA

    is under new and much, much better management, but new website is

    I heartily recommend
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