It might not come as a surprise, but if it weren’t for the Amish, Lancaster County might be known as the buffet capital of the world. While we scoped out all of central Pennsylvania, when analyzing reviews from Franklin County all the way east to Lebanon and Lancaster counties, the top five buffets were all concentrated in the same area. We took into account both the rating and number of reviews in our analysis, which examined multiple review platforms such as Yelp and Google. Other ranked lists: The largest grocery stores in Central Pa. The most romantic restaurants The 10 biggest attractions The 10 biggest companies The top Mexican restaurants. According to more than 20,000 reviews analyzed in April 2018, these are the most highly rated buffets in central Pennsylvania. Dienner’s Country Restaurant #amishcountry cooking... mmm 😊 A post shared by Amy Donoho (@unscripted.life) on Jun 7, 2017 at 7:33pm PDT Looking for … [Read more...] about Ranked: These are the highest rated buffets in central Pa.
Now that the weather has turned for the better, it's time to grab a bite across the area at a restaurant that'll allow you to take advantage of it. These are the best restaurants with outdoor seating in central Pa. We took into account both the rating and number of reviews in our analysis, which examined multiple review platforms. More ranked lists: The highest rated buffets in central Pa. The largest grocery stores in central Pa. The most romantic restaurants The top Mexican restaurants The best vegan-friendly restaurants The Millworks Our Rooftop Biergarten will be open tonight! Grab your friends and come enjoy this beautiful weather with us. No reservations needed. 🌮🍺#cherishburg #biergarten #midtownharrisburg #outdoordining #beer #millworksbrewery #drinklocal A post shared by The Millworks (@the_millworks) on May 4, 2018 at 11:40am PDT Promising review: “Fantastic farm-to-table restaurant in the … [Read more...] about Outdoor seating: Here are the best restaurants with a view in central Pa.
Summer is about grilling, smoking meats and finding food so saucy that you need a roll of paper towels to clean your hands after eating it. If you're not up for doing that yourself, here are the best places serving barbecue in central Pennsylvania. We took into account both the rating and number of reviews in our analysis, which examined multiple review platforms. More ranked lists: The highest rated buffets The largest grocery stores The most romantic restaurants The top Mexican joints The best vegan-friendly establishments Mission BBQ Mission BBQ last night. It was amazing. #missionbbq A post shared by Matt Zechman (@the_coolest_zechman) on Jan 8, 2018 at 5:36am PST Promising review: "Absolutely amazing!!!!! All the food was exceptional, the staff was great, and the decor is inspiring. The back plate special was out of this world!!" -- Coral Rousseau Address: Multiple locations in York, Hanover and Harrisburg Forrest's Feed Co. Some … [Read more...] about Top-notch BBQ: These are the best barbecue joints in central Pa.
Within a fortnight – no not that Fortnite – the holidays have come and gone. All that stress of running around snagging presents then wrapping them. Only to be followed by the pesky travel time from one set of parents and family members to the next. On the plus side, it is over with. And now there are plenty of January events to help you spend that Christmas cash. So, let out a yuletide yawn and check out a few of the upcoming events this month. Tuesday, January 1 Penguin Plunge – Harrisburg For the fearless, cold-blooded adrenaline junkies out there, the 22nd annual Penguin Plunge will be held at City Island in Harrisburg. Registration is at 10 a.m., the diving begins at noon. All proceeds will benefit the Humane Society of Harrisburg. For more information, visit humanesocietyhbg.org or call 717-564-3320. Friday, Jan. 4 First Friday – York The first First Friday of 2019 kicks off at 5 p.m. in … [Read more...] about Central PA events: What’s happening in January
Odd Drops Dillsburg – Pickle Drop In 1993, Connie Kinsbaugh helped lead the Girl Scout Troop 123 in designing the first Dillsburg Pickle. The troop had just one week to design, paint and prepare the now-famous Dillsburg Pickle for the town's inaugural New Year's Eve Celebration. Now in its 26th year, the Dillsburg 'Pickle Drop' has evolved to include a kids drop and a pair of 'married' pickles. This year's event will commemorate the 25th anniversary (last year's anniversary drop was canceled due to inclement weather) with festivities beginning at 4:30 p.m. For more information, visit dillsburg.com. Hallam – Shoe Raise Hallam is home of the Hallam Giant Shoe and, of course, the miniature Hallam Shoe Raise. For more information, visit First Night Hallam's Facebook page. Hanover – Pac-Man The Pac-Man drop began in 2013 after Timeline Arcade owner Brandon Spencer felt that Hanover needed to start an 'odd drop' of … [Read more...] about Where to celebrate New Year’s Eve, see drops around central PA