You know when you are famished and you pull over at the first place you have seen for miles and you don’t know whether you will be glad you did? Well, the AH and I were glad to stop at the Lone Star Restaurant in Markleysburg where we were able to fuel up for our visit to the Christian W. Klay Winery. The cheeseburger special was served on homemade rolls with crispy fries. We couldn’t help but order two slices of pie from the mirrored display – at the Lone Star those are made from scratch too. Our choices were too numerous to count: chocolate, peanut butter, peanut butter AND chocolate, apple, Dutch apple, cherry, peach, raisin, pumpkin, blackberry, and raspberry. We went with old staples coconut cream and lemon meringue and were not disappointed. The lemon meringue was tart without being cloying. The coconut cream was a rich pudding with a cloud of meringue topped with toasted coconut. By the time we left the Lone Star our bellies were full and we were ready to move on the the next stop. The Lone Star doesn’t have a website but you can visit on your next trip to the Laurel Highlands at 4922 National Pike, Markleysburg, PA.