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by Fool for Food 17 years ago

Had some wonderful Italian at Pasquales, a new place on 340 near the Bridgeport Restaurant. Huge salads, wonderful red sauce, great prices-go! Also have had several great CHinese dishes at Yang...

Lancaster Greek Church festival

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by Mike W 17 years ago

The Annuciation Greek Church on Hershey Ave is having their annual festival this weekend. The food is great and the people are friendly. I have read the posts about St. George's in Philadelphia. ...

Italian in Lancaster

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by Jo 17 years ago

We are going to Lancaster with friends. They prefer Italian cuisine. Any recommendations for good quality Italian. We are looking at Portofino and Gallo Rosso as possibilites. Any feedback? th...

Help! Italian in Mechanicsburg/Harrisburg? Lancaster?

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by evewitch 17 years ago

This weekend, I am going to visit my husband who is working in Mechanicsburg. He has been rhapsodizing about the fact that there is an Olive Garden near the hotel, & I think he wants to take me the...

Greek on Lancaster Ave.

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by Max 17 years ago

This new greek place called Mokas just opened up on 3500 Lancaster. The food was pretty good, not the best Greek food I've ever had, but certainly a good solid meal. But the restaurant is really ...

Lancaster Thai: The Lemon Tree

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by Fool for Food 17 years ago

This place is in a shopping strip across from the Rockvale Outlets. I had the lemon grass soup (lime juice, shrimp, veggies and unique seasoning) and crispy rolls with sweet and sour sauce. Both...

Lancaster Mexican: El Serrano vs Carlos and Charlies

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by Fool for Food 17 years ago

And the winner is: El Serrano. This place has great atmosphere, better than average enchiladas, wonderful Peruvian (try Loma Paloma), great nachos and the best salsa, and good margaritas. Carlo...

Restaurant ideas in Lancaster?

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by dbd 17 years ago

Want to travel to Lancaster for a long weekend and am looking for restaurant ideas. Anyone have any suggestions? Thanks!

Symposium in Lancaster

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by Fool for Food 17 years ago

I just had an incredible meal at the Symposium in Lancaster. Grilled tuna was excellent, salad with Vidalia onion dressing was great. Side order of pasta was wonderful and the rolls were first ...

Lancaster Unsolicited Comments

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by Mike W 17 years ago

My first post here, but I think I am a Chowhound type for certain. I live in Lancaster, and here are a few of my favorites. A Loaf of Bread, across from lancaster train station. Besides bak...

Lancaster Comments

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by Fool for Food 17 years ago

All you Lancaster fans check out post 'Local Lancastrian's Recs' from 12/31/01. Lotsa good info!

looking for somewhere new to go around Lancaster

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by GeorgeT 17 years ago

Ok , short & simple , I hope . I've been to several places around the Reading / Lancaster area , & have a few that I love . But I'm looking for something different then " the usual " . I'm not b...

Authentic Penn Dutch dining in Lancaster

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by AndyKSr 17 years ago

Hi all, Every year, we take the kids to Dutch Wonderland, and every year we struggle with where to eat afterwards. We hail from Baltimore, know no-one in Lancaster or surrounding areas, and wo...

outstanding food in lancaster area

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by joni 19 years ago

Hi! I have noticed that most posts are from the Philadelphia area, but I wanted to assure people that there are some fabulous eateries in Lancaster County. To name a few? The Log Cabin is often sai...

Chicken Pot Pie in Lancaster

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by Andy 18 years ago

My girlfriend and I are spending the weekend in Lancaster County. We understand that chicken pot pie is frequently served in local restaurants -- a favorite comfort food. Can anyone recommend a p...

Spezia, Lancaster Avenue

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by janet marie 18 years ago

Has anyone tried and can recommend Spezia on Lancaster Avenue in Bryn Mawr? Would be grateful for any comments.

Pilgrimage across PA (Philly, Lancaster County, Johnstown, Pittsburgh)

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by Jeff Shore 18 years ago

Both my wife and I grew up in Los Angeles, but we each trace our roots back to Pennsylvania. My family is from Philadelphia; my wife’s father is from Johnstown and went to school in Pittsburgh. I ...

Hoss's or Isaac's in the York-Lancaster area

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by Doug Weller 18 years ago

Looking for an inexpensive place to have lunch on a Sunday in early August with my cousin and her S.O. when I come to visit. Not particularly keen on 'ethnic' food of the Indian/Chinese type, as I...

Lancaster PA and Reading PA and surrounding area restaurants

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by Jane 19 years ago

Know of any good restaurants in the Lancaster PA or Reading PA area? I know about People's in New Holland. Any other suggestions?

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