· Lily’s on Main, in the center of the hustle and bustle of downtown Ephrata, provides an atmosphere like no other. With pristine, modern décor, and menu options with that special something that makes them memorable, Lily’s is a good choice for those who enjoy simple modern elegance.
· In Lancaster County, the General Sutter Inn is a landmark. Located on the town square in Lititz, the inn was built in the late 1860’s by John Sutter. The dining rooms reflect the era of the building in the details, with just a touch of the rustic. The food is normal fine dining fare: good, filling and nicely presented.
· Haydn Zugs, which sits on the site of a former East Petersburg general store, was transformed into a restaurant in the 1960’s and named after the owner of the property. Today the restaurant maintains a colonial atmosphere and serves classic American food. The setting is candlelit, intimate and cozy. The restaurant has been recognized as one of the best in Pennsylvania and won national awards.
· If you are in the mood for a drive through the country, Reflections may be the destination for you. A favorite of many of Lancaster’s residents, Reflections provides tasty food in a quiet and restful atmosphere. Set near two major roads, Routes 222 and 272, it is easy to access and easy to find.
· The Pressroom Restaurant, located in a Victorian building that has been a landmark in Lancaster City for nearly a hundred years, serves distinctive food and drink. The Pressroom has a classic newspaper feel—even the menu reads like a newspaper—that is warmed by the mahogany décor. During the summer months, guests may dine outdoors in Steinman Park.
· Café Chocolate, a unique little café in Lititz, offers an eclectic assortment of goodies from chocolate chili to chocolate covered strawberries.
· The Strasburg Country Store and Creamery, located in the middle of Strasburg, Pennsylvania, offers a great selection of ice cream in an old fashioned soda fountain atmosphere. They also offer diner-style food and freshly made fudge.
· Brickerville House Family Restaurant, a mix of Mediterranean and good, old-fashioned Pennsylvania Dutch, is a great place for the casual family dinner. The food is satisfying and the aesthetic, charming. Guests may dine on an enclosed porch during all seasons. It is located in Brickerville at the junction of Route 501 and Route 322.
· The Stoltzfus Farm Restaurant offers both an a la carte menu and a family-style dining option. Located in Intercourse, it is a few short miles from Kitchen Kettle Village.
· Dienners Country Restaurant, located in Ronks, is a very casual place. The food is excellent Pennsylvania Dutch and the service is efficient.