We frequent the Crossings quite often and always stop in here for a snack or two and drinks. We've never ordered meals so I cannot comment. We found the staff to be friendly and the place is clean. Love the woodsy theme and the decor. Perfect for the Poconos. One thing they need to rethink is their wine selection. They currently offer one brand of reds (not sure about whites) and it's that awful big commercial brand that you find at all the festivals now (don't want to mention the brand). I'm not a wine snob, but this stuff is awful. Despite the bad wine list, I still recommend this place, it's got a great vibe.
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