- Family owned and operated fruit and vegetable market. Pick your own apples and pumpkins. Flower baskets, plants, Christmas trees, and holiday decorations.Salads, wraps, pizza, pasta, seafood, veal, and chicken. Traditional calzones and stromboli. Traditional Italian desserts, kids menu, beer for take-out. Full bar.Corn Maze Adventure with produce stand, pumpkin picking, wagon rides, farm animal petting area, 100-foot mountain slide, Corn Pit Area, affordable family fun.Country restaurant on a quiet road. Short ribs, steak, lamb, Chilean seabass. Daily specials. Draft beer, cocktails list.All things exquisite and romantic. 6,5000 square feet of peace and quiet. Centrally located, free breakfast.Pizzeria in a strip mall. Pizza, calzone, stromboli, pasta, burgers, heroes, cheesesteaks, and subs. Beer to go.80 RV/tent sites on 100 acres. Private 10-acre freshwater lake with areas for swimming and for fishing/boating. Fishing, no license required. Canoe rental.18 holes, 4 lakes, elevation changes, island green. Putting green, driving range, practice area. Pro shop, grill room.1800s home on 6-acre grounds. Private spring-fed lake. Swim or fish in the lake. WiFi, TV, kitchenette, fireplace, deck, breakfast.Family-friendly campground with 140 spaces for tents/RVs. 20-30-50 amp sites, full hook-ups, pull-thru sites, easy back-in sites.Big local grocery store. Prepared foods, pharmacy, good selection of beer. Open 6:00 am ’til midnight, 7 days a week. Gas station in the parking lot.Dive bar with billiards, darts, live music, and bar food. Backyard BBQ with live music during the warmer months. Outdoor seating on the deck.Inside this spacious building, you can find charming antique furniture, fully restored and ready to use in your own home.Pho shop located in a strip-mall. Modern-chic dining room. Pho, spring rolls, grilled pork, bowls. BYOB. Open daily.Old-fashioned drive-up restaurant. Homemade ice cream, quick eats. Cones, sundaes, burgers, fries. Indoor/outdoor seating, playground.The West End Fair has been held in August since 1921. You’ll find rides, games, fair food, live bands, and a demolition derby.Smallish local bar and restaurant on the water is a friendly and music-filled joint on Saylors Lake. Fri/Sat night music. Burgers, steaks, seafood.Frantz School was built in 1855 by Jacob Frantz, who lived on the nearby farm and wanted a place for his (and the area’s) children and future generations to go.Fresh fruits, vegetables, eggs, honey, and preserves. They also have vegetable plants, annual and perennial flowers, topsoil, mulch, and more.East Coast #1 by Travel and Leisure. Deck, patio, seating throughout the vineyard. Relaxing and elegant yet informal experience for hand-crafted small-batch wines.Huge Shop Rite in Brodheadsville. Pharmacy, bakery, prepared foods, deli, smoked meats, salad bar, coffee barista. Open 7 am until 11 pm daily.New manifestation of much loved Mai Thai in Brodheadsville. Same friendly service, very good food. Enormous menu includes Massaman curry, drunken noodles, Thai iced coffee.Imported and domestic beers, along with a vast selection of flavored malt beverages, ciders, and shandies. Large selection of craft beer.2 fishing ponds. One stocked with trout, one stocked with largemouth bass. No fishing license is required. Great for a day out with the little ones.Klingel Farm & Produce Stand sells vegetables, fruits, meat, and much more. They’ve got pumpkins galore and the much-loved Mazezilla corn maze in the fall.Tacos, empanadas, quesadillas, soups, salads, desserts. Elote (Mexican street corn) is a customer fave. Eat-in or takeout.2020 © Go Pogo Inc. All Rights Reserved.