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I have eaten lunch in this Shoppe and it is wonderful. The surroundings are beautiful with vintage items to look at while you eat. Afterwards it is fun to peruse the treasures in this shop. It is on two separate floors and the steps are...More
We had lunch here on a bike trip down the Allegheny Gap Trail in September. From start to finish, we were there for an hour and a half. It took about an hour to even get our food and no one even gave us updates...More
I think their name has changed from Boston Shoppes to The Betsy Shoppe. It's a nice cozy place to relax and have a cup of tea. I had green tea and it was very relaxing. The entire place is filled with a lot of things...More
This Victorian house sits on the banks of the Yough river in Boston (which borders McKeesport). There are 2 floors worth of treasures and it's especially festive at Christmas when they have an open house.
After a morning trail ride on the GAP, we decided to have lunch at this establishment. What a treat! We had their lunch "special", which included a sandwich and soup for a very reasonable price. We were allowed to substitute apple sauce for the soup...More
The Betsy Shoppe, and in particular the Tea Room Porch, is a great place to take a little rest and have a great lunch. We stopped here seeking shelter from the rain and were treated to some excellent sandwiches, soup and service second to none....More
We are training for a bike trip to Washington DC and usually start our cycling in Boston, Pa. We discovered The Betsy Tea Shop and now plan our trips so we can have lunch there. They have a soup and sandwich special for around $10...More
We had packed a lunch for riding trail since weren't sure if we'd find a place to eat when we were hungry. So, we showed up in Boston and needed something hot (it had rained off and on along the GAP). They were very accommodating,...More
Stopped here for lunch during our biking trek on the Great Allegheny Passage. A tea room and gift shop 300 feet off the trail in this small burro of Boston PA. They serve lunch only, sandwiches and soup and a few sides. I would call...More
We stopped for lunch at the lovely Betsy Tea Shoppe while riding the GAP. The owner was welcoming, seated us in the tea room, and we had a wonderful lunch with homemade soup and sandwiches. Nice break from the biking!