New Restaurants in Lancaster, PA
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.
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401 N Prince Street, Lancaster
For diners seeking an elegant, upscale experience, look no further than Amorette. Dive into the 4-course prix fixe and 7-course tasting menu that has a sophisticated take on French cuisine. Paired with an expertly prepared cocktail or the perfect glass of wine, Amorette is serving up a unique experience in Downtown Lancaster.
38 W King Street, Lancaster
From tiki drinks to killer shakes, diner-style breakfasts to cheesy tots and smash burgers, Max’s Eatery is taking the diner experience to the next level. Their retro-inspired space provides fun vibes to match their tasty menu of amped up classics. Whether you’re grabbing lunch at the counter or breakfast with friends, this fun new restaurant is a must!
Shot & Bottle
2 N Queen Street, Lancaster
Celebrating the distilling traditions of Pennsylvania, Shot & Bottle is serving up spirits from the Commonwealth, in a newly revitalized space in Penn Square. To pair with their superb cocktails, their menu features dishes with ingredients fresh from neighboring Lancaster Central Market – many inspired by the cuisine of the area.
The Bread Pedaler
116 W Orange Street, Lancaster
Breakfast and lunch in Lancaster just got even tastier. The Bread Pedaler is serving up fresh, home-style breakfast and lunch fare that is rooted in high quality, fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. Their freshly baked breads make this dining experience complete!
26 E Chestnut Street, Lancaster
Artful décor, homegrown food and historic charm come together at the Imperial in Downtown Lancaster. The hip and funky décor is complimented by creative and tasty dishes, served up for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. Whether you’re staying at the connected hotel, the Hotel Lancaster, or just checking out Downtown, this new spot is sure to please.
Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar
1573 Fruitville Pike, Lancaster
New to the Lancaster area, Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar specializes in healthy indulgences, made with locally-sourced and sustainable ingredients. Their location in the Belmont Shoppes is centrally located between Downtown Lancaster and the countryside, making it a convenient lunch or dinner spot as you explore Lancaster.
Cabalar Meat Co.
325 N Queen Street, Lancaster
Burgers and sandwiches are taken to the next level at Cabalar Meat Co. They’re butchering their own meats, which they also sell for you to take home and cook, and serving up breakfast, lunch and dinner. This year, they’re also collaborating with Voodoo Brewery, adding fine craft beer, wine and cocktails to pair with their tasty sammies.
The Limerick Neighborhood Delicatessen
601 N Lime Street, Lancaster
Delicious deli offerings can be found at this new spot in Downtown Lancaster, located in a transformed corner store. They’re serving up bagels with shmear, delectable deli sandwiches (think pastrami, lox, tuna melts and more), loaded hot dogs, and a rotating lineup of soup.
Griddle & Grind
20 West Main Street, Ephrata
Coffee and crepes are a match made in heaven, especially at this new spot along Main Street in Ephrata. Stop by for a crepe, whether sweet or savory, and pair it with a coffee drink from their gourmet selection of hot beverages.
50 Rock Lititz Boulevard, Lititz
Located in Hotel Rock Lititz, Per Diem is a new restaurant that rocks. Their menu features fresh American-inspired entrees, pizza and small plates along with satisfying cocktails to enjoy in their fresh, modern space.
Harvest Moon Bagel
47 N Queen Street, Lancaster
Hand-rolled and made fresh, Harvest Moon Bagel is serving up good bagels made with great ingredients. Choose from a variety of regular flavors or one of their rotating seasonal flavors and pair it with butter or cream cheese, or turn your bagel into a stacked sandwich filled with egg, cheese, meat, fruits and veggies.
Anita’s on Walnut
324 E Walnut Street, Lancaster
Anita’s on Walnut is serving up tasty pastries, coffee drinks, and breakfast and lunch specialties, all inspired by the owner’s Italian roots. While you’re there, take in the community vibes and delicious offerings in their homey, warm space.