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Dining

Dining Out … at Home

Many restaurants have always offered take-out as part of their regular operations. However, the COVID-19 pandemic took take-out to another level when in-restaurant dining was prohibited during Gov. Wolf’s “stay-at-home” ...Read More

Dining Out … Al Fresco

After being cooped up for months, I have a feeling people are going to want to spend the summer outdoors. That will probably hold true with dining out. Fortunately, Lancaster ...Read More

Cocina Mexicana: Experience Authentic Mexican Cuisine

Lucila “Lucy” Gomez Lucero has been treating Lancaster to a taste of Mexico for the last 17 years. Starting out in a tiny space on North Prince Street, Cocina Mexicana’s ...Read More

Whisk Café: Local Fare, Casual Flair

Whisk Café, which opened its doors in November, is owned by Elizabethtown native and restaurateur, Amy Kreamer. Located along a tree-lined drive at the edge of Masonic Village and across ...Read More

MICK’S ALL AMERICAN PUB: PUB FARE STARS AT MICK’S THREE LOCATIONS

Mick’s All American Pub’s newest restaurant, which is located in Willow Street, opened last June in conjunction with Father’s Day. The restaurant joins locations in Lititz and Mount Joy, where ...Read More

Josephine’s Downtown: Classic Cuisine & an Elegant Atmosphere

Located in the heart of Lancaster, Josephine’s Downtown is owned by Dean Oberholtzer and Daniel LeBoon, who also serves as executive chef.  Dean, of course, is the owner of The Belvedere ...Read More

Piccadilly Coffee & Tea House: London is Calling

Piccadilly Coffee & Tea House’s fun vibe and taste-tempting menu instantly made it a popular spot to fete brides and moms-to-be, host a girls’ day out, celebrate a birthday, or ...Read More

The Imperial: Artful Décor, Varied Menus and a Side of History

The Imperial is celebrating its first anniversary this month. Located on the ground floor of the Holiday Inn at the corner of North Queen and East Chestnut streets, The Imperial ...Read More

Sushi

If you’ve never had a chance to try excellent quality sushi, my heart goes out to you. Misconceptions abound; sushi lovers know this Asian cuisine goes well beyond raw fish. ...Read More

A Winter’s Sojourn to Vietnam

In the dead of winter, frigid days and dark nights often become arduous. As the season trudges forward, finding comfort amidst the chill and keeping an upbeat spirit requires intention. ...Read More

Top 10 To-Dos for February 2023

Poppy's Groundhog Day Scavenger Hunt | February 2-5 Various Locations Join Poppy, the famous groundhog ambassador of Acorn Acres Wildlife Rehabilitation,

Acorn Acres Wildlife Rehabilitation: Nature Calls!

Rehabilitating nature’s smaller creatures – squirrels, rabbits and groundhogs – is the driving force behind the nonprofit organization that took

Penn State Health Lancaster Medical Center: The Art of

If you didn’t know better, you would assume you mistakenly entered an art museum and not Penn State Health’s new

Ville & Rue: Rebecca Addington Finds Her Niche

Rebecca Addington could not be happier. After years of following along a circuitous career path, she became a business owner

Lancaster Beignet Co.: A Taste of New Orleans

Does your bucket list include traveling to New Orleans to celebrate Mardi Gras? If that’s not in your cards for

Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre: Dinner And a Show

While the concept of the dinner theatre can be traced to the Middle Ages, it didn’t become a favorite form

Lititz Fire & Ice Festival

Get ready to bundle up and hit the streets of Lititz because the Fire & Ice Festival is back from

Rollin’ Into the Future of Bicycles

Nationwide, sales of electric bikes (or e-bikes) grew by 145% in 2020, outpacing sales of all other bike styles. I