11 Restaurants with Cozy Fireplaces in Lancaster, PA
Enjoy your food by the fireside to warm up.
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1. Lititz Springs Inn & Spa/ Bull’s Head Public House, Lititz, PA
Located in the heart of Lititz, this pub is quintessentially British. Serving traditional English fare and pints, the Bull’s Head Public House has been recognized as the best beer bar in PA in the annual Great American Beer Bar competition. If you want to warm up you can take your beverage into the Historic Lititz Springs Inn & Spa and relax by the fireside.
2. The Fridge, Lancaster, PA
Love pizza? Love beer? Look no further! The Fridge is Lancaster’s craft beer bottle shop and flatbread pizza café offering over 400 varieties of craft beer by the bottle. Grab a slice or two and a brew, and sit near the cute potbelly stove to warm up from the cold.
3. Commonwealth Kitchen and Café, Lancaster, PA
Commonwealth Kitchen and Café is the perfect place to grab a cup of Lancaster-brewed coffee and a sweet treat. With their fireplace and large windows, you can day-dream away the afternoon as you watch people passing by in the swirling snowflakes.
4. Fireside Tavern, Strasburg, PA
The name says it all... Fireside Tavern. What better place to go in Strasburg to warm up by a fire than there? With a full bar and a very diverse menu, you can spend the whole evening in this cozy tavern with beautiful views of the snowy countryside.
5. The Log Cabin Restaurant, Leola, PA
Recently updated, The Log Cabin is a Lancaster County classic. Known for their upscale dining and bar this is the perfect place for a cozy, romantic date-night.
6. Tellus360, Lancaster, PA
Tellus360 has transformed their Green Roof bar for the winter into Lancaster’s very own Après Ski Bar! Complete with a heated bar area, fire-pits, and a shot-ski you can pretend you just got in from the slopes even if you are in the heart of Central-Pennsylvania.
7. Annie Bailey's Irish Public House, Lancaster, PA
A no-nonsense Irish pub serving traditional fare from the Emerald Isle, Annie Bailey’s is always a lively place to rest your bones. Snag the seats near the fire and bask in the warmth as you sip on a Smithwick’s and savor some Shepard’s Pie.
8. The Greenfield Restaurant, Lancaster, PA
Set in a beautifully restored Pennsylvania stone farmhouse, the Greenfield Restaurant offers an upscale and charming dining experience. The large roaring fire found in the main dining room create a perfect place to gather with friends and grab a bite to eat during the cold winter months.
9. Kling House Restaurant, Intercourse, PA
Located in Kitchen Kettle Village, the Kling House Restaurant is a great spot to warm up after an afternoon of shopping. Try a slice of what they claim to be “the very best shoofly pie in all the land” and bask in the coziness of this traditional Lancaster County farmhouse.
10. Cameron Estate Restaurant & Inn, Mount Joy, PA
Dating back to around 1805, this beautiful mansion is a fine-dining destination. Located on 15-acres of serene Amish countryside this bed and breakfast is full of history and romance. Dine by fireside at the Cameron Estate Restuarant, and feel as you are transported back in time to a more elegant time.
11. Historic Revere Tavern, Paradise, PA
Speaking of history, if you are in Paradise be sure to stop at the Historic Revere Tavern. Built in 1740, the tavern offers four cozy dining rooms and 7 working fireplaces! And as if it’s age and architecture do not make it interesting enough, it was once owned by President James Buchanan.