Tinitique Steak Salad

Tinitique is the restaurant you choose when you want enjoy your company and yourself while appreciating a delicious meal. They serve homage to earlier times which is immediately apparent as soon as you enter the restaurant.

The place is littered with antique decorations with a “general store” theme that includes stoves, signs, and other unique trinkets. To take it a step further, guests also enjoy their drink out of a good ol’ fashioned mason jar.

On the way out, you can scope out their large selection of old-fashioned candy and other special “general store” items. They have neat stuff like jams, spices, dressings, and all sorts of kits to make meals at home.

While you’re there, you can sit along the river, or in the warmer months you can sit outside on their back deck.

What’s to Eat at Tinitique?

Well, if you’ve been to Tinitique, you are well aware of their extensive ten paged menu placed on a clipboard. This huge menu ranges with items from salads to sandwiches to seafood to Mexican. There is most definitely something for everyone on their menu!

If head to the back page, you’ll also see they have a page for malts, milkshakes, and flavored sodas. They may have a lot of menu items, but they do each one and each cuisine well. While you wait, have an extra drink and maybe grab a crayon or two and create a portrait on the butcher paper tablecloths.

In addition to the huge menu, their portions are even larger! Most meal items can be made into two or three meals which is a lot to be said with their reasonable prices. Some of Tinitique’s most popular menu items include: salads, the Reuben, tacos, Pittsburgh style sandwiches, fish dinners and their burgers.

To accompany their many menu items, one of the key sides to every single meal is the red-skinned potatoes. Whether they are transformed to home fries, as a side, or topped on your salad, they really make the meal!

Tinitique also has a separate menu just for brunch. If you haven’t checked out their brunch menu, they have an additional menu with all of your breakfast favorites and some unique additions. Check out their crab and cream cheese omelette or their breakfast burrito!

If, and only if you’ve made it this far, you have to make a point to try their desserts. They, too, are over-sized and delicious. They have a toll house cookie sundae to which I’m told is “the talk of the town”, and a variety of pies, cheesecakes, and cakes. Not sure what to select? They usually have a demo tray around the restaurant to help the selection process.

Did you Know?

  • They have daily dinner specials. While likely to change, some dinner specials include: all-you-can-eat crab legs, fish dinners, and prime rib.
  • Their bar offers a happy hour every day except Sunday from 5 to 7 p.m. Typically this includes $1 off all drinks (excluding daily specials). Also, for happy hours on Wednesday and Friday, Tinitique offers “Tini Time” where martinis are half off.
  • The back banquet room is still very much in use. The room can accommodate up to 100 people, perfect for rehearsal dinners, showers, parties, receptions, and business events.
Emily was born and raised in Beaver County. She is a freelancer in her spare time and is excited to share all the great things the county has to offer. She enjoys family, friends, movies, sports and a good beer.