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Early Closing for Staff Training on April 6

On Thursday, April 6, LancasterHistory.org will be closing early at 3pm for staff training. The Research Library and Archives will close at 2:45pm. There will still be a 3pm Wheatland tour. If you have any questions regarding a visit to LancasterHistory.org on this day, please call 717-392-4633. Thank you!

Places to Eat

Places to Eat: Heading West

At the end of the driveway turn right onto President Ave. At the light, turn right onto Columbia Ave./Rte. 462 W Rte. 462W runs parallel to Rte. 30. You can access Rte. 30 by turning right onto Rohrerstown Rd./Rte.741W, or Centerville Rd., or College Ave. in Mountville. Different eateries can be found along Rte. 462W up to Centerville Rd. and on Centerville Rd. before you get to Rte. 30.

Here are some eateries you will pass before you come to Rte. 741 W/Rohrerstown Rd.

  • Stone Mill Plaza (on the left) includes Taco Bell, Subway, Giant (in store deli), Starbucks
  • Mick's All American Pub — 1411 Columbia Ave. (on the right) locally owned bistro
  • Friendly's (on the right) chain restaurant/ice cream
  • Columbia Diner — 1725 Columbia Ave. (on the right) privately owned
  • Hong Kong Gardens-1807 Columbia Ave. (privately owned Asian cuisine)
  • Tobias S. Frogg — 1766 Columbia Ave. (on the left) locally owned, casual dining
 
Places to Eat: City of Lancaster

At the end of the driveway turn right onto President Ave. , At the light turn left onto Columbia Ave./Rte. 462E...this will take you through the center of town. You'll find a number of eateries big and small, reasonable to expensive all over the downtown area, here are just a few:

  • The PressRoom Restaurant — 26-28 W. King St. — Warm bistro has brisket, burgers, & more New American cuisine.
  • Annie Bailey's Irish Pub and Restaurant — 28-30 E. King St. — No-nonsense Irish pub serving pints & across-the-pond eats in a lively setting. 
  • The Lancaster Dispensing Company — 32 N. Market St. — Intimate tap room in a historic building serving craft beers & pub grub. 
  • Carr's Restaurant — 50 W. Grant St. — Eatery & bar with convivial, warm space & focus on local produce; offers regional fare plus wine; upscale. 
  • Belvedere Inn  402 N. Queen St. — Contemporary American cuisine; bars and outdoor dining available.
  • Isaac's Famous Grilled Sandwiches — 25 N. Queen St. — Soup and sandwiches.
  • Aussie and The Fox — 38 W. King Street — Elevated Australian & American sandwiches, steak & veggie fare served in a space with kitschy style. 
  • Issei Noodle — 44 N. Queen Street — Asian fusion restaurant specializing in cooking fresh forms of Ramen, Vietnamese Pho, and other Asian-infused style noodles from the Pacific Rim. 
 
Places to Eat: Harrisburg Pike

At the end of the driveway turn left onto President Ave.

  • At the 2nd traffic light turn left to go to Park City Center — 142 Park City Center — where you'll find J. B. Dawsons, Longhorn Steakhouse, Olive Garden, T.G.I. Fridays among others.
  • OR At the 2nd traffic light turn right... starting at the 2nd traffic light
    • Iron Hill Brewery — 781 Harrisburg Ave. (on the left) wide variety of choices including gluten free
    • John J. Jefferies - 300 Harrisburg Ave. (on the right) local, farm fresh, fine dining
    • Lombardo's Restaurant — 216 Harrisburg Ave. (on the right) Italian/American cuisine
    • Oak Asian Fusion — 721 Harrisburg Ave. (on right) — Chinese, Japanese, Sushi, Thai
    • Fresh Farms Cafe — 621 Harrisburg Ave. (on right) — Soup, salad, sandwiches; specializing in sustainable foods

 

 

 

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