A day-long driving tour through northern Pennsylvania’s wild Country
The 300-mile driving route passes through picturesque mountains, Amish farm communities, state and national forests, and fantastic two-lane roads that wind through canopies of brilliant fall foliage. Lunch en route at the famous Buck’s Pizza of Clearfield followed by a catered dinner and Porsche car show at the Meredith Inn, Kittanning. City Council is closing North Water Street in front of the restaurant for the Porsche car display. Dinner selections include Sirloin Steak, Baked Cod Fillet, Chicken Monterey, or Pittsburgh Salad and Homemade Soup. Read more
October 8th, Saturday evening – The Women of ARPCA are hosting an All Member (yes, Guys are invited) Pizza and Porsche’s at Don’s Appliances Robinson Experience Center. Chef Anthony and staff will present amazing food selections prepared on the latest in cooking equipment including a mobile Pizza oven.
Touring Crew Reprises Foxburg Visit
Featuring Fall Foliage and a Dip
by Wayne Desbrow, PTC Co-chair
That’s right – the Porsche Touring Crew is returning to one of its October favorites — the Allegheny Grille — but No! – no one will be taking a “dip” in the Allegheny River or competing in a ballroom dance contest.
The Grille, located on a scenic curve in the Allegheny at Foxburg, PA an hour and twenty-five minutes north of Pittsburgh, is well-known for its varied menu, which, among other things, features a signature prime rib sandwich called (you guessed it), the AG French Dip. And although it’s unlikely that any PTCers will be bringing their swim suits, the restaurant was recently voted the #1 Waterfront Restaurant in Pennsylvania. Read more
Touring Crew Welcomes Fall Driving Season
With Luncheon at Iconic Restaurant
ARPCA’s Porsche Touring Crew is kicking off their Fall schedule with their maiden voyage to Beaver County’s highly-acclaimed Wooden Angel restaurant (www.woodenangel.com).
The Wooden Angel has been considered one of the best fine dining locations in Western Pennsylvania since 1948. But this past Spring, its family-oriented staff re-dedicated the restaurant’s reputation to the memory of its second-generation owner, Alex Sebastian who recently passed away. Alex, who was both a culinary and nationally-recognized wine expert, built the Angel’s reputation as a destination wine-centered restaurant over the past several decades. Read more