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Soup for you! Readers share their favorite spots for French onion

| Tuesday, May 8, 2018, 11:18 a.m.
Bedford's Jean Bonnet Tavern version of French onion soup
Henry A. Novak
Bedford's Jean Bonnet Tavern version of French onion soup
I get my favorite version of French Onion Soup from Gorky’s Smokin Grill in Mt. Pleasant.
Kelly McLaughlin
Irwin
I get my favorite version of French Onion Soup from Gorky’s Smokin Grill in Mt. Pleasant. Kelly McLaughlin Irwin
Manor Grille's French onion soup
Kendle Rivera
Manor Grille's French onion soup

Ooey, gooey, oh so satisfying French onion soup was this month's pick for your favorite food.

The traditional French onion soup usually is comprised of beef stock and piles of onions, and often served gratinéed with croutons and cheese on top or a large piece of bread. We asked for your favorites:

Parkwood Inn in Greensburg is the top pick for Kathy Stem. Here are some others:

kelly mclaughlin, Irwin

“I get my favorite version of French onion soup from Gorky's Smokin' Grill in Mt. Pleasant. Try it sometime. Your next challenge is to find the best French Dip sandwiches in Westmoreland County.”

ed malecki, fawn township

“I consider myself a connoisseur of French onion soups. I have tried it at restaurants all over the country. Zacherl's Tavern in Saxonburg is excellent! It has flavorful broth, tasty onions and just the right amount of croutons and melted cheese.”

henry a. novak, allegheny twp.

“The Jean Bonnet Tavern in Bedford makes an excellent French onion soup.”

kendle rivera, manor

Manor Grille in Manor gets Kendle Rivera's vote. “The best French onion I've had around here, super cheesy and just perfect for a rainy day.”

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