Washington is a city in and the county seat of Washington County, Pennsylvania, United States, within the Greater Pittsburgh Region in the southwestern part of the state. The population was 13,663 at the 2010 census.
Restaurants in Washington
4 based on 230 reviews
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I recently visited the Tanger Outlets to go to fragrance outlet. That store is by no means a bargain for hard to find cologne or perfume! If you can't find a certain fragrance GO on Amazon and get it for a much better price if your a prime member. For a 1.0 ounce of Happy thru Amazon the price is $30.35. For the same product at the outlet it came to $41.00. I will never purchase any more cologne or perfume from Fragrance Outlet ever again. RIP OFF STORE!!!!
4.5 based on 146 reviews
Take a three-mile trolley ride through Washington, Pennsylvania and learn all about the history of street car transportation.
What the Pennsylvannia Trolley Museum is doing is awesome and the trolley ride was fun along with the short viewing of many different types of trolleys in their trolley barn. It is definitely worth a visit. But you can't walk through the trolleys, there is no museum area with historical information and artifacts related to trolleys. There is no real educational aspect to the place other than what the employees/volunteers offer during your ride and short tour, who are great by the way and a video running in a room.
4 based on 633 reviews
We used to visit The Meadows every weekend but now we don’t waste our time. Management closes video poker machines every time we are there. They moved 8 machines near their back stage and then they block the entrance to get to them. This is...MoreThank you for taking the time to provide your feedback about our video poker offerings. We've shared your comments with our casino operations team for follow up internally so any necessary adjustments can be made. We hope to welcome you back again in the future.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
Minor League baseball is a blast! You're right on top of the field; you're seeing players that desperately want to make the "show," or you're seeing players that know they won't, but still love the game. It's small town, local fun. There are fun activities between every inning involving the crowd. It's a great place to take the kids and they have one of the better mascots in any league. It's entertainment at a reasonable price - even the cheap seats afford a view that puts you in the game. Be careful! Any seat except those right behind the netting can see a foul ball! Admittedly, the concessions, while offering good food, can at times be a bit s l o w, but overall, an evening at Consol Energy to see the Wild Things play will be a blast.
5 based on 13 reviews
In 1791, Washington County, Pennsylvania, was a heavily wooded wilderness at the headwaters of the Ohio River. Many Scotch-Irish veterans of the Revolutionary War had returned to the area and the rocky farms that they had established before the War. They struggled against the weather and disease, and being far from the East Coast, enjoyed few luxuries. But through the rugged ingenuity of those brave Colonists, one of the first American Industries was born. Whiskey. Years later, the stories of their defiance against the Federal Excise Tax on distilled spirits (AKA The Whiskey Rebellion) are preserved in museums, churches and cemeteries around the county. Now, heritage grain once again grows in the same soil they so dearly loved, travels down the paved paths upon which they drove the whiskey-laden mule trains, and arrives at a new Mingo Creek Meetinghouse where it is distilled and enjoyed by the next generation of the Mingo Creek Society.
This craft distillery is family owned and run. It is readily apparent that no less than perfection is their aim. My husband, son and I took a tour which was expertly conducted by the owner over Thanksgiving weekend. The building has been restored in line...MoreHi Diana, thank you for the excellent review and I'm so glad you enjoyed your visit! I enjoyed chatting with your family and I hope to see you all again soon! Jim
4.5 based on 11 reviews
For special events like the Whiskey Rebellion there are historically attired docents interpreting every room. The rest of the year there are only a couple of historically attired staff to provide interesting tour of the building, grounds and to tell the story of the Whiskey Rebellion - Pres George Washington's first challenge to the new government was the Whiskey Rebellion. I have helped out in the kitchen building demonstrating how food was prepared in the fireplace - pies, breads, soups, stews and rotisserie chicken were some of the things that a friend and I prepared to show the hearth cooking technique.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
The Duncan and Miller glass museum located in Washington, PA just south of I-70 at the Jefferson Av exit is a wonderful place to revisit the the past and learn a lesson on the history of glass making in the Pennsylvania and West Virginia area. A tour through the museum conducted by a knowledgeable docent takes about 30 minutes and is well worth the time. Displays of glass, glass making tools, and a shop selling Duncan and Miller glass complete the presentation making this an educational visit you should not miss.
5 based on 5 reviews
A&M Wine & Beer Supplies offers all of the equipment, ingredients and supplies you need in order to make your own wine & beer. In addition to our wide selection of products, our customer service and industry experience is second to none. Winemaking & Homebrewing Classes available. Visit the calendar on our website for dates & details. We are located in historic downtown Washington, PA at the corner of Main & Maiden/Route 40. Private parking lot in front of our store.
this place has everything for the home wine maker they just moved into a new location and its packed with everything wine and beer relatedThank you for the great review! We do have a lot more space at our new location – which allows us to stock more winemaking & homebrewing items. Glad you were able to find everything you needed. Cheers!
4.5 based on 7 reviews
The Washington Winery is an urban winery located in historic downtown Washington, PA. High quality, hand-selected California grapes are used to craft our varietals, including Cabernet, Zinfandel, Chardonnay & Riesling. To complement our varietals, we also offer an array of light, sweet fruit wines. Visit us on Wednesdays thru Saturdays and try some of our 11 wines on tap. Check our calendar for upcoming events & classes. Cheers!
People make the place!!! Taking a road trip from CT to OH. Looking to stop for something unique to breakup the trip. Found Washington Winery! It's a supply store and a winery. The new owner Angela was so sweet. Gave us information on the area which was so helpful for out of towners. We tried their uniquely different fruit wines and bought 3 bottles. They also had unique wine crafts for sale! Def worth a visit!!
4 based on 6 reviews
this shop has a lot of old stuff, prices seem high most booths have sales but they are on certain items. workers seem to always busy when i want to look in a locked cabinet
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