eatPGH eats Ligonier
Our fabulous friends at the gorgeous G Squared Gallery
in Ligonier invited us to visit and sign books during their town’s soup crawl! It was a sunshiney day and the cute little main street was filled with folks. We spent a couple of hours chatting with the super friendly locals and signing copies of Food Lovers’ Guide to Pittsburgh.
We may have even found ourselves a new publicist!
After we closed up shop on the signing, our gracious hosts treated us to a legendary lunch at The Kitchen on Main. A beautiful restaurant nestled right beside G Squared, serves up breakfast (ALL DAY!), lunch and dinner. Everything on the menu looked good and it was difficult to decide what to order. We had a great seat and sneaked peeks at the plates coming out of the kitchen. Salads piled miles high, soup served in real people bowls (as opposed to teeny tiny give me a bigger dish cups) and did I mention… BREAKFAST!?
Our table munched on Eggs Benedict, Burgers, Turkey Sandwiches and Salmon Burgers. And tons… of… fries.
Because we are who we are… we couldn’t pass up the Ligonier Creamery. One of the only places on planet Earth (that I know of) that sells Teaberry ice cream. Teaberry is my favorite gum (yes, like an old man) and anyone who knows me knows that aside from pizza, ice cream is my favorite food. Match. Made. In. Heaven.
I of course had to get sprinkles. And these weren’t your average waxy colorful dots. These were crystallized, crunchy, sugary, sprinkles.
Then we had to walk off all the food we just consumed. So we moseyed into Second Chapter books and perused the adjoining bead shop.
Overall, good times were had in Ligonier. We’ll come back soon. Thanks friends!!