When America penned its Bill of Rights using primitive 18th-century computer macros, the nation ditched bland gruel as the national meal. Today’s Groupon celebrates the liberty of endless menu options with $20 worth of homemade American breakfasts, lunches, and dinners for $10 at Freedom Square Diner in Cranberry. Modern families and antique families alike can ring morning and afternoon food bells with vast lineups of beloved recipes.
Freedom Square Diner is a family-owned, community-centric restaurant that understands the value of a home-cooked meal. A friendly staff welcomes all foodies into a modern diner atmosphere where comfy seats cradle gastronomic cravings. An appetite can be cuddled by breakfast-menu bites such as a country breakfast with four eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes, toast or English muffin, and a pair of pancakes ($7.99) and the crab or salmon Benedict over two poached eggs with an English muffin dressed in hollandaise sauce ($7.99).
Eclectic latertime hankerings can navigate an enormous menu featuring sharable broccoli-and-cheese poppers ($4.99) and Italian breaded cheese raviolis ($4.99), tastily followed by hot plates of steak Devonshire sandwiches served on Mancini toast with peppers, mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, and cheese sauce ($7.99). A Cranberry staple, the Whale of Fish sandwich seizes an impressive slice of haddock and hand-breads it for service on a hoagie bun with tomato, onion, pickle, tartar sauce, and shipmate fries ($9.99).
Pittsburgh City Paper gives Freedom Square Diner top marks for its superb sustenance:
- Salmon Benedict featured a healthy portion of rosy grilled salmon topping a lightly toasted English muffin and bearing two perfectly poached eggs. Hollandaise sauce united these ingredients with its rich creaminess...Hash browns on the side were delicious, extra-crispy outside and fluffy within...In the suburban wilds of Cranberry, Freedom Square Diner offers a satisfying alternative to national chains, with friendly service, pleasant surroundings and, most importantly, good food in the venerable diner tradition. – Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
1185 Freedom Road
Cranberry Twp , Pennsylvania 16066Get Directions