All The Right Ingredients

Where to Eat

Lancaster County dining is much more than just Pennsylvania Dutch style restaurants.

No matter your tastes, when you are our guests, you're sure to be treated to an incredible meal and warm hospitality.

Lancaster County is the birthplace of the whoopie pie, and is famous for traditional homemade Pennsylvania Dutch style cooking. But the hearty and welcoming cuisine that we're known for now proudly shares the stage with an eclectic collection of casual eateries, quaint cafes, unique international restaurants and fine dining in Lancaster, PA.

Each takes pride in providing the highest quality Lancaster County dining experience with sensational food and original recipes. And many places to eat use locally-grown ingredients from the heart of Lancaster County.

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Catch a train to Groff’s Grove for a scenic view of Lancaster

Pennsylvania Dutch Grand Smorgasbord and Family Style Dining located next to Sight & Sound Theatres.

Support local restaurants & farmland preservation October 25 - 31 during the first annual countywide Restaurant Week!

LUCA

436 W. Jame Street
Lancaster, PA 17603

Ramarn Thai

2359 Oregon Pike, #104
Lancaster, PA 17601

Shot and Bottle

Griest Building, 2 N. Queen St.
Lancaster, PA 17603

Where to Eat

The Lancaster Ale Trail

closeup of grapes on the vine

The Lancaster County Winery Trail

group of friends eating at restaurant

Tasty new spots to grab a bite to eat in Lancaster

farm stand peaches for sale

Farm-to-Table cuisine is a way of life here, with homemade and hand-crafted delights filling tables and tummies.

Bull's Head Tavern - Lititz. Photo Credit: DiscoverLancaster.com / Simone Associates, Inc.

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