Family Friendly Restaurants te Wilkes-Barre, Paps

Marissa is the writer of ThePracticalMommy and the blog Mommy Knows What’s Best. She is a stay-at-home mom to four and wasgoed a teacher.

The City of Wilkes-Barre

About Wilkes-Barre, Vader

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, merienda a city failing to thrive, is now a beehive of activity spil it now is huis to the Mohegan Zon Strijdperk at Casey Plaza (formally the Wachovia Strijdperk), the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, and the Mohegan Zon Gokhal.

Due to the city’s fresh popularity for hockey ventilatoren, ventilatoren of various entertainment acts that visit the area, and people who like to gamble, a fresh multitude of restaurants have bot established, especially te the area of the Wyoming Valley Mall and the Strijdperk.

That’s not to mention the bustle te the downtown from the superb shows at the F.M. Kirby Center or all of the collegium students going to Wilkes University and King’s Collegium, both located ter the downtown area.

Here you’ll find a list of family friendly restaurants right te the city of Wilkes-Barre, plus a review of one of my family’s favorites, the Japanese hibachi restaurant Mirakuya.

List of Restaurants ter Wilkes-Barre, Paps

Wilkes-Barre, Vader

Wilkes-Barre Restaurants

The good thing about attempting to find a restaurant ter Wilkes-Barre is that there’s always going to be at least five right near the venue you’ll be visiting for a sporting event, a demonstrate, or schoolgebouw. Most of the restaurants ter the city, especially the chain restaurants, will be on Business Route 309 near the Wyoming Valley Mall, downtown near the schools and the F.M. Kirby Center, and te the instant areas surrounding the Mohegan Zon Strijdperk. For those travelling into town from Interstate 81, you can get to thesis areas via Uitgang 168 for Highland Park Boulevard or Uitgang 170B for Wilkes-Barre.

Where you determine to go depends on what kinds of food you like and what you want to spend on a meal for your family. The list above doesn’t even start to voorkant all of the restaurants te the city, but you can get an idea of what restaurants you’ll find ter the areas you’ll be visiting.

Another excellent thing about the restaurants te the city is that they are almost all family-friendly since the entertainment venues and schools cater to families. Many of them are locally wielded while most of them are common chain restaurants found nationwide.

Recommendation: If you are going to be witnessing a sporting event or voorstelling at the Kampplaats or the other venues and would like a meal beforehand, arrive about an hour or so earlier than when you’d expect to see the sporting event or showcase. It seems that everyone will have the same idea for a meal before a sporting event or voorstelling and you may end up waiting longer than expected to be seated and served, possibly making you late for the event.

Restaurants ter Wilkes-Barre

Mirakuya, Wilkes-Barre

Mirakuya Japanese Restaurant

Japanese Restaurant ter Wilkes-Barre

Hibachi

Would you attempt Japanese at a hibachi restaurant?

Mirakuya ter Wilkes-Barre

Address: 695 Kidder Street, Wilkes-Barre, Paps 18702

Hours: Mon.-Thurs.: 11:00am-9:30pm, Fri. & Sat.: 11:00am-10:00pm, Sunday: 1pm-9pm (dinner only)

Japanese Hibachi

If you don’t mind attempting Japanese cuisine, check out Mirakuya Japanese Sushi and Hibachi Restaurant. There you’ll find authentic Japanese dishes, sushi, and our dearest, a hibachi spijskaart.

When wij visit the restaurant, wij’re instantaneously greeted by the exceptionally friendly staff and servers. The wait is never too long, unless of course you go on a very busy night (think: weekends) and don’t call ahead for reservations.

You have a few options of where you can sit: regular restaurant tables, the caf, the sushi tapkast, or the hibachi tables. There is even a private party slagroom that you can reserve if you call ahead.

Wij usually pick the hibachi tables. The tables sit about 8-12 people, depending on the table. Te the middle of the table is the a grill where a cook comes out and cooks your food to order right ter vuurlijn of you.

The best part of the hibachi tables is the vertoning the cooks waterput on for you while chanting some of their dearest lines, usually being ‘More saki more glad!’. Saki is an alcoholic beverage that is used ter the cooking, but for joy they’ll squirt some ter your mouth if you’re 21 or older. For the kids, to keep them ter the joy, they have ‘zuigeling saki’, which is basically just Coke or Pepsi.

During the little vertoning they waterput on, they spin and twirl their cooking utensils, make flamy smiley faces on the grill, chop up some vegetables and attempt to make you catch them ter your mouth, and create a volcano of sliced onions. It’s all ter safe joy spil they cook your meal. Kids and adults have a blast spil their waiting for their meal!

Note: If you have little kids who may be frightened by the open flame and flame displays on the hibachi grill, you may want to reconsider sitting at a hibachi table. You can also budge your child away from the table during the little vertoning.

The hibachi meals are rather plentiful. Most often, wij all come huis with leftovers because there is so much!

If you want to attempt Japanese food and have joy, visit Mirakuya!

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