Ross Township is home to lots of different restaurant options to please all palates. Here are just five of the many eateries in the area.

1. Ting’s Kitchen

Restaurants in Ross Township

Serving Taiwanese and Szechuan food, Ting’s Kitchen has all the favorites, from General Tso’s chicken to Hunan Beef and fried rice. There’s lots of lunch specials as well as chef’s specialties like Peking duck and Mongolian beef. For more information on Ting’s Kitchen, click HERE.

2. Sieb’s Pub

Restaurants in Ross Township

This cheerful Irish and American pub has a fun outdoor patio and something to do every night. Thursday is martini night, Wednesdays are family night with $1.99 kids meals and Sunday is $1.00 off vodka drinks. Sieb’s sells typical pub food like chicken fingers, soft pretzels, soups and more. For more information on Sieb’s, click HERE.

3. Good L’oven Cookie Shop

Restaurants in Ross Township

Don’t let the name fool you, Good L’oven cookie Shop sells a lot more than just cookies. There are breakfast sandwiches, lunch items like a mean turkey club and hoagies and burgers. There are of course delicious cookies too, including one called “Steel City Crunch” made with brownie, chocolate chip cookie dough, caramel and rolled in Cocoa Krispies. For more information on Good L’oven Cookie Shop, click HERE.

4. Aladdin’s Eatery

Restaurants in Ross Township

Local chain Aladdin’s serves mouthwatering Mediterranean food. Hummus, tabouli, stuffed grape leaves with feta and fire-grilled Mediterranean lamb are just a few of the many amazing dishes at Aladdin’s. There’s also great kid’s meal options for picky eaters like grilled cheese pita and chicken tenders with fresh fruit. For more information on Aladdin’s Eatery, click HERE.

5. Piada Italian Street Food

Restaurants in Ross Township

Serving fresh, healthy ingredients, Piada makes Italian street style “Piada” wraps. There are also power bowls, veggie-heavy pastas and salads. The fast-casual eatery allows guests to make their own meals with their favorite ingredients, or choose from one of their pre-made options. For more information on Piada Italian Street Food, click HERE.


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