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Donges Drive In & Motel

Restaurant, Lodging
100 Center St (Monument Sq)

Donges Drive In & Motel is located approximately 0.3 mile from the Great Allegheny Passage, in Meyersdale PA

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Donges Drive In & Motel in Meyersdale
LM from Washington DC on 07/19/2022 08:29 AM:
An adored favorite of mine. Lovely people. Get “John’s Breakfast”, a massive pile of delicious calories (with real maple syrup!) that will dramatically increase your chances of biking all the way back up the steep hill to the trail.

Rivnuts from Homestead, PA on 07/19/2022 06:01 PM:
You can't go wrong having breakfast at the GI Day Room Coffee Shop on Main Street either although you'll still have to ride back up the hill to get back to the GAP Trail.

Anonymous from John W. on 07/20/2022 09:35 PM:
And Donges has super cheap ice cream cones, shakes, and sundaes. No cyclist can resist. ;/)

Terry from Baltimore on 08/01/2022 01:19 PM:
A shout out to Donges as a Motel also. My traveling partner felt it looked a little "sketchy" at first, but nothing else was available that day. In the end we both felt it was just fine. Above all, it was clean. The people were nice. And a great value. If you do not want their style of food, there are several places within walking distance. I would definitely recommend it.

Donges Drive In & Motel in Meyersdale
2beerbob from rockwood, pa on 07/13/2016 10:13 PM:
Great hole in the wall with tasty homemade food. Plate sized pancakes, delicious bacon chicken ranch wrap(big), old fashioned daily specials at a great price. Decor is not there, but the food and value is spot on!

Donges Drive In & Motel in Meyersdale
Paul from Quincy, IL on 09/25/2013 12:48 PM:
The "Drive In(n)" in the name is a throwback to its origins. I didn't see any car hops nor would I expect such good food cooked from scratch at a drive inn. I recommend the cordon bleu. If you want to feed a family or have enough left over for lunch, order the big breakfast. When I got my bill, I thought sure the waitress had forgotten to add my wife's order to it. But she hadn't.

Paul A on 10/01/2013 08:29 PM:
And if you want to camp in Meyesdale, these are the folks to talk to. They'll register you and tell you where to go. And Paul's right about the food