Lily’s on Main has become a Lancaster County favorite – featuring a warm, inviting atmosphere and fabulous dining at reasonable prices. Specializing in American fare with artistic flair, Lily’s offers entrees and appetizers for those looking for classic American favorites prepared and presented in a unique and delicious way.
Chef Cavanaugh has visited small organic family farms in Lancaster County to source the perfect ingredients for your dining experience. Our Lancaster, Pa. restaurant is the leading consumer of local organic meats and vegetables in Central PA, showing a true commitment to the local economy and healthful food. Our bar and wine menus feature many local beers, wines, and ingredients for some original and memorable cocktails.
Just a few steps from the newly built Marriott hotel & Convention Center, you’ll find Annie Bailey’s Traditional Irish Pub & Restaurant. It is Lancaster’s only authentic irish Pub and one of the favorite dining destinations in the county.
The Pub is modeled in the Victorian Dublin style, which complements the Victorian-era building built in 1890 in which it is housed. This Lancaster landmark was previously occupied by the famous men’s clothing store of Sayers, Scheid & Sweeton.
Located in the heart of historic downtown Lancaster, on beautiful Musser Park. Since 1989 Molly’s has maintained a tradition of great food, hearty spirits, and friendly people. Molly’s charm, atmosphere, and hospitality convey a feeling of warmth and welcome. Whether you’re a regular, a neighbor, or just passing through, we invite you to pull up a chair, relax, sample our delicious fare, and enjoy your time with us.
Hello, we are the Fisher Family. Together we have created an experience that showcases our heritage; artistic beauty, culinary creations, rich coffee, bakery delicacies, laughter and conversations that warm the soul. Tomato Pie Café boasts eclectic flair signature to the places we have been and the people we have met. We are delighted to share a little piece of our journey with you.
We specialize in a personal experience taking only one or two riders at a time. Our horses are housed in an extremely clean custom built barn, which even includes a shower for the horses with both hot and cold running water! Safety for the rider and the horse is our biggest priority. We inspect the tack for each ride and provide and require safety helmets and instructions for all riders.
We pride ourselves in being one of the oldest establishments in Lancaster. Our Inn was first built before the Civil War, where it served as the Stock Yard Hotel for Mentzer’s Stock Yards, which were formerly located behind the Inn. Later, in the 1860′s, 70′s and 80′s, we were still a popular gathering spot for folks coming to the Lancaster County Agricultural Fairs, the County Fairs, and concerts at McGrann Park, all of which took place in the Stock Yards location. Our tradition of hospitality continued in the 1900′s, as our site was Zeigler’s Hotel.
At Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, you’ll find fine handcrafted beers, creative yet informal cuisine, and friendly, attentive service in a casual, upscale atmosphere.
We’re passionate about producing distinctive, full-flavored handcrafted beers, accompanied by fresh–from–scratch New American cuisine in a comfortable, casual atmosphere. Our goal has always been to provide food and beer that is inspired, consistently crafted and presented by a knowledgeable and courteous service staff.
Stoudt’s Brewing Company is a great destination for all beer lovers. As one of the pioneering craft breweries in America, Stoudt’s offers a variety of amazing Lagers and Ales. Enjoy the cozy atmosphere of our Brew Pub next door, where you can sample all of our seasonal and specialty beers.
Tanglewood is the premier public golf course in Lancaster County. Our location in southern Lancaster County makes Tanglewood accessible for both Pennsylvania and Maryland players. As we say, Tanglewood is “Minutes from home, Miles from ordinary”.
York Pennsylvania’s newest Public Course is located in northern York County, minutes from I83, Exit 24 and just off the banks of the Susquehanna River.
This inspiring Links style course features rolling hills and generous bentgrass fairways and greens, as well as a first class practice facility, year round teaching academy and a knowledgeable staff.
Honeybrook is a semi-private golf club nestled among the Amish farms of Chester County, Pennsylvania. Open to the public every day, Honeybrook offers 18 playable holes that challenge the single digits from the back tees while giving new players an opportunity to have fun while they improve their game.
Fairview Golf Course was the third addition to the Distinct Golf Group in the fall of 1966. The course, which opened in the late 1950′s, has matured into a great test of golf for players of all ages and skill levels. The course sits at the base of the south Gretna mountains in the beautiful Lebanon valley, 5 miles from the PA Turnpike – Exit 266
The 18-hole course at the Hawk Valley Golf Club facility in Denver, Pennsylvania features 6,743 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 70.3 and it has a slope rating of 132.
Designed by William F. Gordon, ASGCA, the Hawk Valley golf course opened in 1970.
Royal Oaks is graced by the natural beauty of the Lebanon Valley and has become one of Central Pennsylvania’s most prestigious golf courses.
The Ron Forse-Design, 18-hole championship golf course challenges players of all skill levels with five sets of tees and a variety of play. Dramatic views, lush fairways and pristine emerald greens offer an unforgettable golf experience.
A public course that “provides a country club facility available to the public golfer.” Excellent course conditions, quick rounds, outstanding customer service and one of the best practice facilities in the county. An enforced dress code along with a fully stocked pro shop and large practice area, gives the serious golfer a place to call home and register their handicap.
Take a journey by horse and buggy to the Amish world of scenic back roads and pristine farms. Maybe visit an Amish farm, shop and petting barnyard. Breath in the truly fresh air and enjoy hearing the sounds of the steam engines at the nearby Strasburg Railroad.