Eating in Snyder County

Restaurants in Selinsgrove and Shamokin Dam

Whether you’re looking for a romantic dinner for two, happy hour specials for a group of friends, or a family-style home cooked meal, the Susquehanna River Valley has it. Many of our restaurants and chefs use locally grown ingredients to give visitors a taste of the Susquehanna River Valley’s seasonal offerings. Whether it’s locally grown flowers in the spring, strawberries and cantaloupes in the summer, apples and pumpkins in the fall, or root vegetables in the winter, each season has its own special offerings.

This upscale casual restaurant serves premium steaks and barbecue smoked on premise and features a fresh oyster and clam bar. Other features include classic cocktails, hand-selected wine list and Neapolitan pizza prepared in an authentic Italian wood-fired pizza oven. A second location is now open in Danville.

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When was the last time you were undeniably impressed with your dining experience in the Susquehanna Valley? Deo's Kitchen is an authentic Latin, full-service restaurant in the heart of downtown Selinsgrove that will provide the quality and exceptionalism of Latin flavor in an environment dedicated to family and hospitality.

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Since 1983, Hoss's has been perfecting all the necessary pieces - considerate service, delicious food and a pleasant environment - to bring families and friends together. They especially welcome large families or groups, because they always have plenty of room and a variety of food to accommodate everyone.

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Isabella Ristorante features authentic Italian cuisine, seafood, beef, chicken and veal entrees, appetizers, desserts and cocktails in an elegant setting. Fine-dining or catering in historic downtown Selinsgrove. Voted Best Top Chef by GSVCC in 2019.

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Skeeter's is a family-owned and -operated fast, casual dining establishment with seasonal outdoor dining, local craft beers on tap, live music every other Sunday, regular menu and bulk to-go menu. It is located on the bluff overlooking the scenic Susquehanna River.

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