Artifice Ales & Mead specializes in Food and Beer...
ARTifice Ales & Mead
55 N. Main Street Manheim, PA 17545
Tasty new spots to grab a bite to eat in Lancaster
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New restaurants and delis are popping up across Lancaster County, offering up tasty bites and drinks to sip. While we’ll always have our go-to spots, it’s exciting to branch out and try something new. Next time you’re in town, be sure to try one of these new hot spots that will tickle your taste buds and show you the newest side of Lancaster.
55 N. Main Street, Manheim, PA 17545
Manheim welcomes axe throwing and ales! Choose from over a dozen meads and beers or order a flight to taste a few, there are some very unique flavors on their drink and food menus. The space offers indoor and covered, outdoor seating. Axe throwing takes place right on-site, so head over to Artifice Ales & Mead for a lively dining experience.
645 E Oregon Rd, Lititz, PA 17543
If you’re familiar with the small town of Lititz, odds are you’ve heard of the local’s favorite – Bulls Head Public House. Now, through October, on Saturdays and Sundays check out their all-new Beer Garden at Kissel Valley Farm. Rotating beers from local breweries and bites from the food trucks are available for purchase. Grab a chair or blanket to relax at the farm and enjoy live music and good vibes at the Beer Garden!
40 E Main St, Lititz, PA 17543
Café Arabella takes farm to table quite literally, with fresh ingredients grown in their very own garden! This quaint coffee shop is picturesque and simply perfect for any occasion. Order a bite to eat from their light food menu and be sure to bring home one of their beautiful (and delicious) desserts.
46 N Prince St, Lancaster, PA 17601
Taste authentic Uruguayan flavors at Empanada Gourmet. The empanadas are made entirely from scratch and baked fresh every day. From sweet or savory to vegan or meat filled, you’re sure to find something delicious on their menu.
307 Tanger Blvd, Lancaster, PA 17602
Hershey Farm Café & Bakery is home to handcrafted paninis, flat bread pizzas, soups, salads, and baked goods, using local farm ingredients. With a modern farmhouse feel, the café is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat or to pick up a pack of Hershey Farm Bakery’s famous Whoopie Pies!
38 N Christian St, Lancaster PA 17602
Norbu Lancaster features Bhutanese and Nepalese cuisine. Immerse in the cultures through the food as well as the aesthetic of the restaurant and seating on the floor cushions. The establishment is BYOB and features farm-to-table ingredients in some of the dishes.
671 Sandhill Rd, Pequea, PA17565
Jimmy’s Place at Sickman’s Mill Outfitters is the perfect place to grab a cold beverage and a bite to eat while enjoying occasional live music at the Pequea Creek. Sickman’s Mill tubing is back this summer and you won’t want to miss out on visiting this hot summer hang out spot. This cash-only establishment is open June 18th – August 9th, 11am – 10pm seven days a week.
1573 Manheim Pike, Lancaster PA 17601 & 23 Center St, Intercourse, PA 17534
Taylor Chip has TWO new locations in Lancaster. The co-owners and power couple were on the journey to creating the best chocolate chip cookie ever. Now that they’ve done it, they’re excited to share their creation with the people of Lancaster and beyond. Visit one (or both) of their bake shops to enjoy a dense, rich, and big cookie that is sure to appease your sweet tooth.
398 Harrisburg Avenue, Suite 100, Lancaster, PA 17603
Wyndridge Farm Tasting Room and Beer Garden welcomes guests to enjoy fresh beverages and their seasonal menus, made from locally sourced ingredients. The Beer Garden has occasional events featuring food trucks and live music. This relaxing spot is the perfect restaurant to spend time with friends and family, while sipping on some delicious brews.