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Castle style building - Scranton vicinity

honeybus | May 28, 200803:00 PM     5

I am in Fairfax Virginia, and I am goint to Scranton PA this Friday.

My son remembers a 'castle stle' restaurant near Scranton, that we went to many, many years ago. He remembers frogs legs, and that the 'castle style' restaurant was along side of a hill, and the building was a stand alone and in the country side. I remember a drive way up to the restaurant, alongside of the road. Wish I could draw a picture....

Help!!

Also, I am looking for a restaurant called "TheNook" near Pittston or Duryea PA.

All else failing, a family (with atmosphere) restaurant for lung Friday, along rt 81, from Harrisburg to PA.

Perhaps 'Top of the Eightys'?? (rt 81 & rt 80)

Thanks

Barry Burneskis
honeybus@gmail.com

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