The absolute best donuts in the world, especially if you get them fresh at 1am. These guys are up all night baking donuts and you can taste the love they put in 'em. Five or six bucks for a dozen, I think, and great variety. I use to pick some up once a week or so on my way to work in the morning. Clark's is one of the things I miss most about Cranberry.
HK is the place to go for a good variety of kegs. Looking for something other than Beast or Keystone? They've got it. I've never had a problem finding a Yuengling keg here at a moment's notice whenever we're looking to have a "classy" night.
I love this store, and not because it's filled with alcohol. The little Korean(?) couple that owns High Spirits are awesome. They always recognize me when I come in, even if I haven't been there in a while, their prices are low, they havea great selection and they give you stuff! I got a calandar, my friend use to get old beer posters all the time. This is definately the first place I go for all my beverage needs.
I went here to have my nose pierced and will definately go back if I ever decide I want more. Not very well marked, but once you find this place it's smooth sailing. I can't really compare pricing as far as piercings and tats go, but as far as I know theirs were fair. It was clean, sterile, and the dude really seemed to know what he was doing. Definately a great experience.
Now I'm fairly new to Bill's. I didn't live in the area back in its hay day, which I hear was really something else. It's under new ownership now, which some of the locals will tell you isn't such a good thing. Bill's is a pretty beat scene, but I keep going back. The drinks are pretty cheap and the bartenders are pretty nice. It's a good old bar to hang with friends.
Maurices is one of the only reasons left to step iside the Cranberry mall. I love this store. Stylish clothes at a decent price and the sales clerks are always friendly and helpful. When the closest Hollister, Gap, Express, etc. is in Pittsburgh or Erie, this store is the next best thing, and that ain't bad.
Ok, so everyone knows when you travel down south there's a pancake or waffle house about every two feet. But this one beats the rest. On family vacations there's always at least one day when we eat a late lunch and just lounge around all day. These days, once 10pm rolls around we go out and have breakfast for a late dinner, and this is the place to go. The plantation pancake house opens late and stays open all night. It's cheap, it's delicious, it's just like Jersey diner--only clean.
If you're into all you can eat seafood buffets this is definately the place for you. We use to go here all the time on vacation to see the "bottomless pit" (aka my dad) in action. Have I had better seafood? Yes. But Benjamin's is a good place to get a big bang for your buck. Just beware of the grubby little kids picking their nose and then fondling all the crawfish.
It's Pittsburgh!! In South Carolina. This place is great for all those yinzers vacationing down south. Authentic Pittsburgh bar feel and great food to boot. Great prices, good location, I definately recommend Oscar's even to those not from the Steel City.
Not to be confused with Joe' Crab Shack, which i believe is right across the street, Joe's Bar and Grill is a much more upscale dining experience. It's a little hard to find, tucked in off the main road, but it's a great little hidden treasure. It's expensive, no doubt, but some of the best steak I'd ever eaten. Definately not a place for kids, but if mom and dad are looking for a night out alone, this is definately the place.