We took a day trip to see the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon (Pine Creek Gorge) and were hungry afterwards. We decided to check out Wellsboro which is about 10 miles away, and the closest town, to see what we could find.
The Wellsboro Diner is smack dab downtown at the intersection of Rt. 6 and Rt. 287. You can't miss it.
Note the curved ceiling. It is a 1938 Sterling manufactured diner. Very cool!
The main reason to eat here, in my opinion, is to see an historic diner, although we had their Angus burgers and they were quite good.
We had fun walking around town afterwards and found a nice little used bookstore up the street before it started to rain, so we headed home.
19 Main St
Wellsboro, PA 16901
Wellsboro, and the diner, is worth a look if you are ever in the area.