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We passed Unusual Junction on our way to Pittsburgh, this was a neat restaurant. They were currently remodeling, so we the restaurant was a torn up. The food was decently priced and the staff very friendly. I got a Philly steak sandwich, it was very...More
Stopped by with some friends for some beer tasting at this micro brew. Located on an old farm right off the highway and they do raise woolly pigs! Did a flight (4 beers), the blood orange was an interesting whit sour, the coffee pils is...More
We stopped thinking it was some sort of train attraction but actually it's just old rail cars with an eclectic little souvenir store in front of it.
Not too much to see unless you're just looking for some souvenirs!
The Junction, as we call it, only serves lunch. We like to go there for their big fish sandwich, but they have a good selection to choose from. Plus, you can peruse all the unusual stuff they have for sale.
We were there on a Sunday afternoon at about 4:00 PM. The café was closed, so I can't comment on that. There is a gift shop full of junk no one would want and lots of jars of pickles and relishes. There are some dusty...More
Neat little roadside stop. They have a bunch of off the wall things to look at. A tiny chapel, fun automobiles, a stationary train, old artifacts, pop culture artifacts, a small diner that serves food, and an original "Price is Right" sign - go see...More
My husband and I stopped here before going to Raven's Glenn winery across the road. I had been to Unusual Junction many times over the last 30+ years (it was a favorite stop on the way to Aunt & Uncle's), however, I had not been...More