Foodies will discover one of the Mid-Atlantic's top up-and-coming destinations for farm-fresh dining in York County, home to a creative culture steeped in artisan tradition and a cornucopia of locally sourced ingredients grown in the heart of Pennsylvania's storied farm belt.
Make your night out memorable with fine-dining options that offer traditional French, Italian or American cuisine, prepared by chefs whose pride and skill show in every bite. Or enjoy an afternoon tea at quaint tea and coffeehouses.
Your York County dining experience doesn't have to end with your visit, either. You're invited to shop inspired at a bevy of authentic farmers markets, where you'll find fresh ingredients for your next meal at home. Plus, some of York County's brightest culinary share their secrets with you in our Chef Recipes so you can create a taste of York County any time.
Serving up Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and our signature Ice Cream Treats. Delivery and catering services available. For delivery call 717-846-8828.
All beef burgers, fresh baked buns and complimentary toppings bar. Plus free beer!
Upscale American cuisine, wine, & spirits in a beautiful historic, immersive environment of an original working mill. Seasonal minus with an emphasis on fresh local products. Live entertainment ...more»
Bird-themed restaurant with 3 locations in York County. Serving sandwiches, salads, soups and more.
Providing nicely prepared seafood and land selections. Fresh caught Maryland style steamed crabs.
Casual dining in a restored warehouse overlooking the Susquehanna River. Outdoor dining including a "pizza patio" weather permitting. Additional "River Room" for special events.
Full service restaurant and bar with an outdoor patio, featuring 30 taps and weekly entertainment.
A grain-to-glass distillery and comfort food restaurant housed in a 100-year-old furniture factory.
Metro Diner, featured on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, offers unique twists on classic diner staples, like Fried Chicken and Waffles with a scratch-made strawberry butter or Yo Hala on the Square, a ...more»