Lancaster City Restaurant Week is this week! Over 30 restaurants are participating this year. This is the week to literally eat and drink your way through the City. Visit an old favorite or find a new one. Visit Lancaster's Restaurant Week website for more information on participating restaurants. Follow on Facebook. Tweet your finds using the hashtag #LCRW.
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There are over 30 participating venues this year. They are: 551 West, Annie Bailey’s Irish Pub, Antonio’s Pizza House, Aussie & the Fox, Belvedere Inn, Café di Vetro, Character’s Pub, Citronnelle, Commonwealth on Queen, Federal Taphouse, Fenz Restaurant & Latenight, ForknSpoon Café, The Fridge, Gilbraltar, Issac’s Pickle Bar, John J. Jeffries, La Petite Patisserie, Lancaster Brewing Co., The Loft, Marion Court Room, On Orange, Penn Square Grille, POUR, The Pressroom, Quips, Rachel’s Café & Creperie, The Red Rose, Roburrito’s, Roaring Brook Market & Café, The Stockyard Inn, Spyro Gyros, Taproom by Spring House Brewing Co., and Yorgos Restaurant & Lounge.
There is a package for everyone’s budget. Packages are divided into four categories: $10, $20, $30, and the $40 package. Not all restaurants will have all four packages. 551 West, for example, does not offer the $40 package. Citronnelle, on the other hand, only offers the $40 package.
Lancaster City Restaurant Week would not be possible without its sponsors. Sponsors are: Clark/the Restaurant Store, fig, Fine Living Lancaster, Gerhart Coffee, Kegel’s Produce, Lancaster City Alliance, the Mayor’s Office of Special Events (MOOSE), Miesse Candies, Southern Wine & Spirits of America, Things to Do in Lancaster PA, Thomas Ponessa, and Troegs Independent Craft Brewery.