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  1. New York Times Travel feature for Luca: "A Pennsylvania Restaurant That's Hot in More Ways than One" by Kathryn O'Shea-Evans on nytimes.com A sister restaurant to Ma(i)son. Luca, unlike its sister, serves liquor. Its nothing short of amazing. Central PA eats, kat
  2. Ok. I'm resurrecting this thread and turning it serious because my folks live in Lancaster and I've eaten a couple of really nice places up that way with them. Most recently and most memorably was over the fourth of July weekend at the Bistro at the Netherlands Inn and Spa. We had a lovely dinner with cocktails and several glasses of wine, including salad and appetizers for three. The food was excellent. The space was lovely. The service was flawless. We had a lovely time and the restaurant easily rivalled far more expensive establishments in the Washington, DC area. I would happily go back there anytime.
  3. I was surprised to come across this listing in Washingtonian, Lititz, Pennsylvania How to improve on a choreographed-to-music fireworks extravaganza? Light up a creek flowing below the pyrotechnics with 5,000-plus candles. This Lancaster County borough’s “Fairyland of Candles”—borrowed from a Moravian Christmas tradition—has been a staple of Independence Day here since 1843. Arrive July 3 for the 6:30 pm parade, live entertainment, and dance party in Lititz Springs Park. Stay for the July 4 celebration, with concerts, a parade of infants and tots, and the Queen of the Candles Pageant. Distance from DC: Three hours; lititz4thofjuly.com. Distance from Philadelphia: Two hours It's a bit of a haul, but Lititz is a charming getaway from the District. There are two wonderful places I may suggest checking in for the long holiday weekend. General Sutter Inn is at the top of my rec's conveniently located on Main St Lititz. The other would be Hotel Rock Lititz. The latter is a short drive away from downtown Lititz, but provides a lively place to stay. As far as food and bev rec's , one should not miss visiting restaurant and taproom at Rooster St Butcher, and afterwards walk down the street to try Stoll & Wolfe Distillery. PA is infamous for their factory tours, and Julius Sturgis Pretzel does not disappoint. This place is known to be the first commercial pretzel bakery in America. Main St Lititz is dotted with several locally operated businesses ranging from book stores, tea shop, sweets shop, candy stores, as well as vintage stops. There is something for just about everyone to enjoy while visiting Lititz.
  4. The article was printed in 2014, but is still certainly relevant: Arts, distillery, farm to table, and arts. A perfect day trip. your tour guide, kat Apr 23, 2014 - "The Lancaster Food Scene: Totally Happening" by Craig LeBan on philly.com
  5. Here goes nothing.. Bear with me & my excitement in stirring a new following toward South Central Pennsylvania Dining Stay tuned for my first review!!!
  6. "Alton Brown Names Ma(i)son 'Restaurant of the Year'' by Kevin Stairiker on flymagazine.neet Maison, mark my words, will make it to JBF, along with other Lancaster culinary talents. My goal is to add Central Pa, to the dining map, one bite at a time. hungry, kat
  7. I will admit I know very little about art, but I do know, or think I do, I have discerning taste. Gallery Row in Lancanter Pa, certainly has a number of noteworthy galleries worth a visit from those outside the area. I am rarely blown away by a piece of art. Today I was impressed. A painting titled, Cervantes Dali, completely haunted me. To conclude my statement, being haunted by a composition of art is a good thing. .David Silvah, you are a master. This piece can be found at CityFolk Gallery on Prince Street. Priced at less that 2 months rent in the District can afford you this outstanding work. future art collector, kat
  8. Lancaster has a bustling food scene. There are countless options of non-chain restos that deliver good eats at a great price. The one I chose on this chilly Sunday evening was Lancaster Dispensing Company. The pub is located on North Market Street in downtown Lancaster. Upon walking in, I am immediately charmed of the backdrop of my choice. Dim lighting, anchored by a large bar that runs the length of the space. To locals, its known as Dipco. Its reputation for light fare at reasonable prices is true to form. I am greeted warmly by the bartender. A german hefeweisen starts off this dinner. I ask for recommendations , & with out hesitation she points out the either the Old Style Reuben, or the Short Rib sandwich are a solid choice. I follow her direction and order the Short rib, plus I add a cup of soup. A cream of celery soup does not disappoint .I mainted decorum and resisted licking the bowl.Followed by one of the most delicious sandwich I have had to date. An ample sandwich piled deep with unctuous slow braised short rib beef, toppled with gooey mozzarella. Its finished off with a bright tomato jam. Incredibly satisfying to both my palate & wallet. Price of meal tallied at 18.25. I could easily cozy up to the idea of being a local at a place that delivers great eats at a great price. Cheers! kat
  9. I am currently in a state of euphoria induced by the most wonderfully crafted pie by Emily Truman, of Odd Pies. The suspect, a malted chocolate pecan pie. She doesn't offer these pies regularly, but she should. It was a gift to be able to indulge in her offerings. To serve in her inspiration for her pie confections, she looked to the owner& founder of the famed Four& Twenty Blackbirds in Brooklyn, NY. The crust of the pie was perfectly flakey, and filled with a sinfully stickiness of chocolate pecan. Traditional pecan has been elevated to a new standard. I don't think I can return to eating any other rendition. I am thankful for Emily Truman of Odd Pies for making this holiday extra delicious!! Please look her up on both Instagram, oddpies. You are welcome. >••< kat
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