The fourth annual Lancaster City Restaurant Week is coming up, from September 19-25. There are 35 restaurants participating in this cuisine showcase, including breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner offerings. Visit http://lancastercityrestaurantweek.com/restaurants/ to see the choices at each spot in the city. There are deals to be had, with pricing at $10, $20, $30 or $40 for a fixed menu. For example, a $30 dinner at The Stockyard Inn includes three courses with a few choices for each course. I would spend my $30 on the poached pear and goat cheese salad, then a petite filet mignon and ending with lemon citrus shortcake. Spring House Brewing Co. has a $10 dinner deal of schnitzel sushi (cabbage, apple, pork loin rolled and breaded in pretzels then deep-fried). It is located in Cabbage Hill, after all. Rachel's Creperie has a $30 "crepes and soup for two" (including 2 Nutella crepes for dessert!). Specials include local beer from Wacker Brewing Company at Pour. Or you can indulge in an all you can eat waffle and omelette buffet at The Baker's Table. Sprout of Rice & Noodles has a $10 lunch or dinner deal of 2 spring rolls or 2 egg rolls, 1 banh mi sandwich and a drink.
Take some time next week to sample the delicious food of Lancaster City. Many of the restaurants value farm-to-table locally sourced foods (John J. Jeffries) and Tellus 360 has a menu showcasing Central Market's fresh ingredients. If you can't make it next week, check out the website for a preview for your next visit.
Here are a few sample menus:
Lisa Naples, Realtor
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