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Franklin Inn

Address
2313 Rochester Rd Pittsburgh PA 15237
Phone
(412) 366-4140
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Total Reviews
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(860) 657-8880

Business Hours

Status: Open

Sunday
Closed
Monday
11:00am-10:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am-10:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am-10:00pm
Thursday
11:00am-10:00pm
Friday
11:00am-11:00pm
Saturday
11:00am-11:00pm

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The Franklin Inn Mexican Restaurant is a local family owned and operated establishment specializing in fresh homemade Mexican food. Voted Readers Choice for Best Mexican, the Inn is now celebrating 32 years of service in the Pittsburgh area. We are a Mexican Restaurant located in Pittsburgh PA in the Franklin Park area of the North Hills.

The Franklin Inn is currently owned and managed by John and Wendy Cibula (Henry and Sue Cibula's son and his wife) with a dedicated staff of 26. They strive to create a warm and friendly atmosphere where customers can relax and enjoy themselves. John insists that only the freshest ingredients are used in the Inn's homemade soups, entrees, and desserts. The familiar faces of Franklin Inn patrons...

The Franklin Inn Mexican Restaurant provides a variety of food options for guests. Its menu includes soups, salads, sandwiches, nachos, Mexican fries, quesadillas and hot wings. The restaurant serves lasagna, chips, french fries, tacos, burritos and fajitas. Its menu includes noodles, hot dogs and chicken tenders. The Franklin Inn Mexican Restaurant provides a range of beverage items that...

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Overall review sentiment

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79%

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79%

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1 star
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One of the area's oldest Mexican restaurants.

Average Rating
70

The Scene
The location's unusual but for over 20 years, the Franklin Inn has been serving Mexican fare to a steady and loyal clientele. There is a large oblong bar, as well as two... Pros + good service

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Ate dinner last night at Franklin Inn with my cousin. It was great to have a local restaurant and not a chain to eat at. Quick and friendly service allowed us to visit and chat. We started our...

Average Rating
20

WTF?!?! The menu claims everything is prepared fresh, which I'm sure it is, back at the restaurant supply distributor where they order from. If that's not bulk GFS or Sam's Club Salsa, then I'm...

Business description (4) view all

Franklin Inn can be found at Rochester Rd 2313. The following is offered: Bars, Pubs, & Clubs. The entry is present with us since Sep 8, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Pittsburgh there are 11 other Bars, Pubs, & Clubs. An overview can be found here.

Thank you for choosing the Franklin Inn Mexican Restaurant. The restaurant has been providing hospitality to local residents for over 34 years. Henry and Sue Cibula purchased the Inn in 1978. In 1980 a family decision was made to specialize in Mexican food.
Over the years the Cibulas have traveled to Mexico, learning from Mexican cooks and restaurants. The Franklin Inn is currently owned and...

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Know Before You Go: No reservations are taken and the place fills up on weekends.

What to Drink: Plenty of tequila and Mexican beer varieties, including a tough-to-find Pacifico brew.

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