Title says it all. Angry young men and women scooping meats and sauces in bowls and burritos. It's most salient feature is the coke machine - order what you want!
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I was chaperoning a college trip and it has been a tradition to always stop at this location on the trip back from upstate NY, since it is a quick and easy way to get a meal for a large group of people. We stopped...More
Came here for take out lunch today. First visit to a Moe's. Got a huge borrito you get to pick the fillings for. Enjoyed that alot, but the chips they included (tortilla chips) appeared stale. Would go there again for sure.
My wife and I were raving about Moe's to everyone and I have posted two previous reviews. We have eaten in the Wilkes Barre and Bartonsville, PA several times. Our Grand Daughter was visiting and we decided to stop at Moe's in Wilkes Barre. As...More
Traveling thru so we took the highly advertised suggestion. While the food was ok, service acceptable, the dining room was a sty. Every table covered in crumbs, wrappers, and food. The floor was worse. A kid w lackluster enthusiasm went around to a few tables,...More
I'm not a big fan of tacos, so I haven't eaten at Moe's, but when I was planning a large get-together recently, my daughter recommended Moe's (she loves the Moe's she frequents in Atlanta!) We decided that a taco bar would be a great idea...More
Stopped in while traveling along Route 81. It is a bit further from route 81 then expected, but nice place to stop for a bite. Plus I missed the turn to get back on Route 81 (the signage confused me for some reason). Regardless of...More
This is our second time visiting a Moe's Southwest Grill. The size, flavor and choices are all excellent reasons to come back again.
Great place to grab a quick bite to eat that will fill you up without spending a fortune. The food was fresh. The staff was pleasant and friendly.