Bistros in Lancaster, PA
One of the byproducts of the recent cultural resurgence in downtown Lancaster has been the opening and revitalization of many bistros. These bistros in Lancaster provide a unique, charming, and tasty dining experience for guests.
Annie Bailey's Irish Pub & Restaurant
Annie Bailey's is a pub for all ages and has become a staple in downtown Lancaster. We have created an atmosphere that you can meet here for Happy Hour with your co workers and also bring your family in for dinner on a Saturday evening or Brunch on a Sunday afternoon.
Bistro at the Courtyard by Marriott
website | map it | (717) 393-3600 | 1931 Hospitality Drive, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 17601
Your food and beverage destination for refreshing breakfast, light lunch, and a variety of dinner and cocktail options in the evening. The Bistro also offers specialty beverages made with Starbucks® coffee to help you get a jump on the day.
Cafe 24 Hundred
website | map it | (717) 464-2712 | 2400 Willow Street Pike, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 17602
The DoubleTree by Hilton breakfast buffet and breakfast menu accommodate both fast-paced business travelers and family budgets. The ideal destination for a break from sightseeing or a casual business lunch, Cafe 24 Hundred features one-of-a-kind sandwiches, signature salads and hearty burgers. Dinner selections focus on locally-sourced seasonal menus, including fresh interpretations of Pennsylvania Dutch favorites and succulent steaks charbroiled to order.
website | map it | (717) 509-1069 | 300 West James Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 17603
Checkers Bistro is committed to providing an unforgettable dining experience to each and everyone of its guests. Since 2006, it has sought to offer exemplary service and food one hundred percent of the time. Its goal is consistent excellence from the back of the house to the front, each and every time you visit.
Ciro's Italian Bistro
website | map it | (717) 560-5660 | 605 Richmond Drive, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 17603
Finally! Just when you thought that there were no great, locally owned, personally run Italian bistros in Lancaster, along comes Ciro's. Located in the planned residential community known as Richmond Square, Ciro's has more heart and more style than any other restaurant in the area. Built on the simple premise that fantastic food, cooked by a family for everyone around them, is a winning recipe for a restaurant, Ciro's has taken it upon itself to provide Lancaster with the dining experience of a lifetime.
website | map it | 717-208-6697 | 110 West Orange Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 17603
Citronnelle is a tiny yet chich 32-seat jewel box of a BYOB restaurant serving modern French cuisine with a global twist. We use fresh, local, seasonal produce (organic where possible), local proteins (hormone-free and sustainable where possible), and the highest quality exotic ingredients in our dishes. Bienvenue!
Cork & Cap Restaurant
website | map it | (717) 735-2025 | 480 New Holland Avenue, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 17602
Fresh food & fresh vision come together at Cork & Cap Restaurant. The guiding tenet is simple yet uncompromising: use local ingredients and made-from-scratch, no-nonsense recipes. Dishes pay homage to rural heritage of the Lancaster County, all with an extra pinch of creative license. Think Pennsylvania Dutch comfort food with a contemporary, cosmopolitan twist. From dinner to Sunday brunch, it offers Lancaster County-inspired cuisine all in a memorable, casual-hip setting. Dine in plush leather banquettes alongside restored brick and stone walls, lounge in the Cork & Cap's rustic bar area, or enjoy seasonal outdoor dining on the patio around Urban Place's signature smoke stack.
Heritage Hills Resort
website | map it | (717) 755-0123 | 2700 Mount Rose Avenue, York, Pennsylvania, 17402
York County is known for rolling green landscapes. Golf enthusiasts who play here enjoy over 15 private and public golf courses. The Heritage Hills and Springwood Golf Courses are recognized as favorites. Heritage Hills Golf Course is perfect for both the mental and physical golfer. This course is a classic course designed to test experienced players and casual players alike with its beautifully maintained fairways, native shrubbery and cool waterways. The greens are the backdrop to this 18-hole championship course spread across nearly 6500 yards of rolling terrain. There are a variety of dining options available as well.
Historic Revere Tavern
Our historic tavern, built in 1740, houses four warm and distinctive dining rooms, with 7 working fireplaces throughout. The King George Room features custom comb back chairs, 6 original shutters and pine door, plate rail and a stone fireplace. The Stephen Foster Room features two original stone fireplaces, chair rail, 18-inch deep window sills, and exposed beams.
Horse Inn Restaurant
Recently renovated and reopened, this historic tavern-style restaurant began by serving tenderloin tips and toast to hungry guests, and has grown into a renowned, yet hard-to-find bar and restaurant in Lancaster.
Ma(i)son: an Urban Cookery
Their approach to cuisine is rooted in the soulful culinary traditions and techniques of the old world. They strive to procure the best ingredients possible from Lancaster County and the Susquehanna River Valley and practice the skill of restraint by treating them very simply. They believe that it is simplistic cooking combined with our desire to emphasize parts of the animal that are far to often considered ‘off-cuts’ to challenge us as cooks and therefore result in soulful, inspired cooking.
website | map it | (717) 399-5400 | 26-28 West King Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 17603
This location began a new chapter in its over 250 year history when it reopened as "THE PRESSROOM" in July 1995. The Victorian Queen Anne building, originally Steinman Hardware, has been a Lancaster City landmark for nearly a century.
Prudhomme's Lost Cajun Kitchen
website | map it | 717-684-1706 | 50 Lancaster Ave, Columbia, Pennsylvania, 17512
Known over the years as a place for fine food, fine spirits, and fine friends, our establishment's decor is most interesting. Early American primitive artifacts and antiques decorate the walls. These delightful pieces from New Orleans and Louisiana lend such a wonderful atmosphere that you will not forget your visit. We hope you enjoy this unique dining experience at Prudhomme's Lost Cajun Kitchen in the "House of the Rising Sun"!
Stoudt's Black Angus Restaurant & Pub
website | map it | (717) 484-4386 | 2800 North Reading Road, Rt. 272, Adamstown, Pennsylvania, 19501
Celebrating over 50 year in business! Enjoy the ambiance created from Ed’s vast collection of antiques and political memorabilia while tasting some craft brews fresh from right next door. Superior quality in hand-trimmed steaks, seafood, and chef specialties gives our clients a variety of deliciously creative selections. Child friendly, we offer a seasonally changing menu with an emphasis on locally produced and organically farmed items.