Memorial Day Weekend in Lancaster and the food and sevice here was the best we encountered. Servers were great and food was excellent.
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Found this place by accident but glad we did. Got to enjoy the outside patio, under the big tree while dining. Had a drink at the inside bar,Ann the bartender made us feel welcome.
This is our second review of the Fireside Tavern --- we did an earlier one about a year ago. Lancaster County has many wonderful dining establishments to choose from --- my wife and I enjoy dining out and we have tried many of the area's...More
The hotel recommended this restaurant and it was a short walk so we went. We were disappointed in the service and found the food to be so so. The wine list was weak but they did have lots of beer choices.
While in the Lancaster area we were referred to this restaurant by and acquaintance. We were there on a Friday evening and the bar area was packed and there was live music. It was a very nice evening and they had outside tables under a...More
We reserved the upstairs room, including eating and bar area, for our son's wedding rehearsal. The venue was tremendous, being in a beautiful rural setting and the rooms had a tremendous view of the area. We chose to use a buffet style meal with approximately...More
Enjoyed dinner after a full day of touring the Lancaster area. We were fortunate enough to be there on Prime Rib night and my husband enjoyed his meal immensely. I had the Sheppard's pie - 1/2 size and enjoyed it as well. It was a...More
My lump crab cake was more like deviled crab and it was burnt on the bottom. The salmon was good but there was way too much sauce on it. The best part of dinner was watching an Amish farmer plowing his fields across the road.