1002 Cribbs Street, Greensburg
People say that Twitter is for connecting with and eventually meeting new people, and Facebook is for keeping up with friends you already have. Witnessing firsthand (and personally) the many connections that can be made through tweeting, it was the first avenue of social media that I turned to when I made my big move from the Buckeye capital to Suburghia. A girl needs some friends in her new city! I connected with 3 lovely Greensburghian ladies, and now we meet regularly for dinner and drinks. Thus, the birth of a new blog series for me- Surburghian Ladies' Evening Out.
This past Wednesday we decided to meet for dinner and a few drinks, and were on the hunt for a place with a terrific deck to take in the gorgeous weather. The Parkwood Inn won the vote. (By the way, you can see that amazing two level deck in my pic above.) ;)
So, let's get to it.
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What you need to know before you go:
- I ordered what has quickly become a Parkwood Inn fave for me- the Eva Pepper Burger. The Eva is a juicy 1/2 pound burger topped with provolone cheese and banana peppers. I ordered mine with the Deckers, Parkwood's homemade potato chips. I highly recommend the Deckers, although their fries are amazing as well.
- Colleen had the Eva's Homemade Cheese Ravioli, crescent shaped pasta filled with a blend of cheeses topped with Parkwood's very own tomato sauce and a meatball.
- Jaimie also indulged in one of Parkwood's delicious burgers. She had the Asiago Burger- asiago cheese, roasted red peppers, and mixed greens atop a juicy all beef burger. And she also went with the very crispy Deckers as her side. ;)
- Amanda went with one of Parkwood Inn's famous Traditional 4 cut pizzas. (You can't go wrong with that, right??) She ordered her's with ham and green peppers. She was kind enough to offer me a bite. The crust is thin- just a little chewy with a bit of crisp.
- The Parkwood Inn is very easy to get to from either direction on 30. (In fact, you can see it from the highway.)
- Parkwood has ample parking, but when it gets busy the lot fills quickly. You may have to park on the street if you arrive during one of their busy times.
- Plan to visit Parkwood Inn Monday through Friday from 4-6pm for their Halfly Hour- 1/2 priced drafts, well drinks, and 4 cut plain pizzas.