An inside look at Central PA’s dining scene – its restaurants, food events, specialty dinners, chefs and more.


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Lancaster Brewing Company is calling your name from a new location.


The Black Gryphon is your new hangout.


Lancaster County has a rich culture surrounding food. Eat up.


Why have a normal candy cane when life is throwing other terrible flavors at you?


Get your free Uber ride, courtesy of People of Lancaster.

Railroad House Inn Marietta - Fly Magazine

Head to the beautiful Railroad House Inn Nov. 30 for an even more beautiful four-course dinner.

The world marked the 400th anniversary of the birth of William Shakespeare in 1964. The poet-playwright was born April 23,1564 at Stratford-Upon-Avon,  England. He also died on that date 52 years later.  Above is the famed Martin Droeshout engraving of the dramatist, printed on the cover of Shakespeare's first Folio, or first complete collection of his plays, printed in 1623. (AP Photo)

Elizabethtown College Pop-Up Players will bring Shakespeare to life at Black Gryphon this weekend.

Photo via LancasterOnline

The Flying Pig Deli & Gourmet is open for lunch, don't worry.


Celebrate Thanksgiving Eve in Lancaster County.


We tried three entrees at Issei Noodle.

The home of AMVETS Post 19 on Fairview Avenue in Lancaster is closed Monday.

Head to Amvets Post 19 on Friday for the diabetes benefit concert.


Sandwiches. The best thing since directly after the invention of sliced bread.


Stuff your face and meet a "Cupcake Wars" celebrity.


Copper Hill Public House knows how to do shrimp and grits the southern way.




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