You have to step outside of this residential neighborhood to find restaurants and bars, but you don't have to go far. The Foxchase Shopping Center, with plenty of dining options, sits adjacent to Brookville/Seminary Valley to the east.
Among several fast-service restaurants and a pizzeria, you can find Samurai Hibachi and Sushi Bar, where the chefs turn preparing your dinner into a show with stylish cooking techniques and friendly banter. Try the tasty hibachi steak for dinner, or head to the sushi bar for a crispy California roll with the excellent yaki udon.
Genova Pizza specializes in several varieties of pizza, but you can find hot pastas, sandwiches and gyros on the menu as well. Genova's special of the house arrives at your table loaded with ham, sausage, pepperoni, ground beef and mushrooms along with onions, green peppers and black olives. Employees make the pizza dough and sauce fresh daily.
City Kitchen takes guests on a tour of the best food from cities across America. Sink your teeth into a Louisiana shrimp po' boy garnished with spicy cabbage slaw and cucumber pickle chips, a Philly cheese steak, or the Long Island duck. Wash everything down with your choice of beverage from the wide selection of craft beers.
You have a choice of neighborhood bars close by, starting with Shooter McGee's. This laid-back, neighborly establishment serves more than 100 wines and beer in a warm, rustic atmosphere that makes you feel welcome.
Check out happy hour at Alley Cat
for great specials, and stick around for karaoke. Locals love to shoot some pool, watch a game or to listen to live music at this spot. If you feel like dancing, put on your cowboy boots and head to Nick's Nightclub. If you don't know the country line dances, get there early for free dance lessons before things get going. Nick's Nightclub features live bands and nightly karaoke. Prepare to pay a cover charge on certain nights.