Kingsley, PA

This Middle-of-Nowhere Restaurant Has Some of the Best Pies in Pennsylvania

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There is no shortage of iconic food establishments in the state of Pennsylvania. Old-school and family-owned, these beloved businesses remain popular community staples and they are often regarded as being the place to go if you're looking for unbeatable, delicious food.
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Bingham's Family Restaurant in Kingsley is one of those places. A local institution that's been serving the community for decades, this homey restaurant has garnered a reputation for good food and friendly service.

The restaurant has become a beloved favorite and even went on to garner national attention when Barack Obama chose to take a visit back in 2013.
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Bingham's is a cozy restaurant known for its hearty American home cooking and if you haven't yet tried their pies, you're seriously missing out.

With the holidays right around the corner, there's no better time to indulge in one of their delicious homemade pies. There are over a dozen flavors to choose from and the restaurant allows you to order just a slice or a whole pie.
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Choose between the classic blueberry, apple, and strawberry pie, or opt for something a bit more decadent like the chocolate peanut butter pie.

In addition to these mouth-watering desserts, Bingham's Family Restaurant also serves up some of the best comfort food plates you'll find in the state–from massive pancakes to chicken fried steak platters covered in gravy.
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If you consider yourself a comfort food lover, be sure to check out this excellent restaurant if you're ever in the area. Bingham's is open every day of the week from 7 am until 8 pm. To learn more about the restaurant and all of their delicious menu offerings, be sure to check out their official site here or Facebook page here.

Address: 6092 PA-92, Kingsley, PA 18826.

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