Sit-down

Hot Rod’s House of Bar-B-Que - Start out on Washington Street (main street on campus), and make a right at the first light onto High Street. Get in left lane, and at the next light make a left onto Morris Street. Hot Rod’s will be on the left side.

Don Patron Mexican Grille - Start out on Washington Street, and make a right at the first light onto High Street. Go through the next light, and Don Patron will be on your left just past Morris Street.

Bob Evans - Main drag out of town toward Interstate-79. (Take Washington Street to Greene Street, and turn left.) Continue almost 1.5 miles, and turn left at a traffic light to stay on Route 21. Bob Evans will be on the right after you pass under I-79.

Airport Restaurant - Main drag out of town toward I-79. Continue almost 1.5 miles, and turn left at a traffic light to stay on Route 21. Airport Restaurant will be on the left after you pass under I-79 and pass Bob Evans.

Fast Food

South Side Deli - Start out on Washington Street, and go through first stop light. South Side Deli will be on the right before Subway – Main drag out of town toward I-79. Subway is on the left, just past the Marathon gas station and Little Caesar’s that will be on the right. (There is also a Subway located inside the Wal-Mart, which can be accessed via Murtha Drive across from Airport Restaurant.)

Hardee’s - Main drag out of town toward I-79. Continue almost 1.5 miles, and turn left at a traffic light to stay on Route 21. Hardee’s will be on the right.

Burger King - Main drag out of town toward I-79. Continue almost 1.5 miles, and turn left at a traffic light to stay on Route 21. Burger King will be on the right just past Hardee’s

Wendy’s - Main drag out of town toward I-79. Continue almost 1.5 miles, and turn left at a traffic light to stay on Route 21. At the third traffic light, turn right. Go into the plaza straight ahead, and the entrance to Wendy’s will be on the left.

Dairy Queen - Main drag out of town toward I-79. Continue almost 1.5 miles, and turn left at a traffic light to stay on Route 21. At the third traffic light, turn right. The entrance to Dairy Queen will be on the right.

Kentucky Fried Chicken - Main drag out of town toward I-79. Continue almost 1.5 miles, and turn left at a traffic light to stay on Route 21. At the third traffic light, turn right. The entrance to KFC will be on the right.

Taco Bell - Main drag out of town toward I-79. Continue almost 1.5 miles, and turn left at a traffic light to stay on Route 21. Taco Bell is just past the third traffic light on the right, immediately after Wendy's

McDonald’s - Location 1: Main drag out of town toward I-79. McDonald's is on the right just before the Walgreen's on the left. Location 2: Main drag out of town toward I-79. Continue almost 1.5 miles, and turn left at a traffic light to stay on Route 21. At the third traffic light, turn left. Entrance to McDonald’s (attached to the Exxon station) will be immediately on the right

Pizza

Domino’s - Start out on Washington Street, and turn right onto Franklin Street just past the gymnasium. Go one block and Domino’s will be on the corner on the left side.

Pizza Hut - Main drag out of town toward I-79. Pizza Hut is on the left just past Walgreens.

Scotty’s Pizza - Main drag out of town toward I-79. Continue about 1.25 miles. Scotty’s is on the right just before Route 19 and Route 21 split.

Chinese

New Lam’s Garden - Start out on Washington Street, and go through the first traffic light. New Lam’s Garden is on the left between High Street and Greene Street.

Golden Wok - Main drag out of town toward I-79. Continue almost 1.5 miles, and turn left at a traffic light to stay on Route 21. At the third traffic light, turn right. Go into the plaza straight ahead, and Golden Wok is in the opposite end of the plaza.

China 88 - Main drag out of town toward I-79. When you come to a Walgreens on the left, make a right at the light. Then, make the first right into the plaza on the right. China 88 is on the right side of the plaza.

* Surrounding cities and towns also offer a variety of quality dining options, but those lists are simply too extensive to include. If you’re curious, just ask! We’d be glad to pass along our personal favorites.