A Global Feast in an Unlikely Spot: Lancaster, Pa
This small city, best-known for its Amish and Mennonite communities, is a welcoming home for immigrants, refugees and their cooking.
In a recent New York Times article, Lancaster, PA was recognized as a culinary gem with its global diversity. Many refugees and immigrants have called Lancaster their home and with that, they have put this unexplored, urban and thriving downtown on everyone’s radar, branding it a maker culture in addition to its traditional Amish influence.
Here, the New York Times has highlighted specific eateries that are unparalleled to any neighboring county, making Lancaster one of the most-interesting and alluring small towns in the country.