Thirty East Main

★★★★★
  • 30 East Main

    Uniontown, PA 15401

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  • 724-430-6246

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This is a new restaurant in downtown Uniontown, right across from the historic State Theater. Another one of Mr. Joseph Hardy's projects to rejuvenate Fayette County, and Uniontown in particular.

The restaurant is designed to mimic a New York City eatery, and given the fact they are right across from a stage theater, the courses are named appropriately: "Opening acts" "Dress Rehearsal", "Center Stage", etc. A very urbane atmosphere, compared to most of Fayette County.

We enjoyed our salmon dinners, and the cost of the entire evening's meal was not much higher than other comparable eateries in the area. We shared one jumbo lump crabcake for an appetizer (the sauce was delicious!), but for $12, it could have been a little more "jumbo". The Dutch Apple Dumpling for dessert was mildly disappointing, but I guess I expected a more traditional flaky crust. We are anxious to try the "Fayette Fare", which offers more down home entrees such as stuffed cabbage, meatloaf, and pot roast.

PROS: Haute atmosphere at a reasonable price
CONS:

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★★★★★

This is a new restaurant in downtown Uniontown, right across from the historic State Theater. Another one of Mr. Joseph Hardy's projects to rejuvenate Fayette County, and Uniontown in particular.

The restaurant is designed to mimic a New York City eatery, and given the fact they are right across from a stage theater, the courses are named appropriately: "Opening acts" "Dress Rehearsal", "Center Stage", etc. A very urbane atmosphere, compared to most of Fayette County.

We enjoyed our salmon dinners, and the cost of the entire evening's meal was not much higher than other comparable eateries in the area. We shared one jumbo lump crabcake for an appetizer (the sauce was delicious!), but for $12, it could have been a little more "jumbo". The Dutch Apple Dumpling for dessert was mildly disappointing, but I guess I expected a more traditional flaky crust. We are anxious to try the "Fayette Fare", which offers more down home entrees such as stuffed cabbage, meatloaf, and pot roast.

PROS: Haute atmosphere at a reasonable price
CONS:

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