We saw this restaurant as we drove into Uniontown on Route 40. It is about 2 miles from the Hampton Inn. The sign has CoalBaron as all one word.
This is a nice restaurant with table cloths and real glasses. The decorations included lights outlining the mine head machinery which is behind Bob. The menu (pictured) has a coal miner on it.
The entrees included soup, salad, a vegetable, and a starch, in addition to the entree. A dessert was also included in the price.
Valet parking is available. There was also an old heliopad behind the parking lot.
Favorite Dish: I had the orange roughy stuffed with crabmeat, and a twiced baked potato for $18.95. I had clam chowder for the soup.
The meal for the two of us (drinking iced tea was under $42 before the tip was added.
The picture shows a part of the menu (left), my orange roughy (top right), and a tiny photo of the road sign in front of the restaurant (middle right). The other pictures show the heliopad, the children's menu, the clam chowder and the twice baked potato.
I noted the Dairy Queen as we drove around town, but Bob is lactose intollerant and I can rarely get him to stop at a place like this.
I see from the Fayette Chamber of Commerce website that this place is the 71st largest employer in Fayette County (the largest employer is the hospital and the second largest is the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort & Spa) behind McDonalds (#11), Eat 'n Park (#27), and Pizza Hut of Uniontown (#51).
Uniontown also has a Wendy's and Dominos
Favorite Dish: A blizzard
Denny's is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. So it is available to the traveler at any time. We did not eat at this Denny's - we ate at a local restaurant.