Pennsylvania Dutch Country Restaurants

Like the German cuisine that influenced it, Pennsylvania Dutch cooking is hearty and uses ingredients from local farms. Though their numbers are dwindling, there are still a few traditional Pennsylvania Dutch restaurants where you can dine family style. Lancaster County has numerous reasonably priced family restaurants, along with a number of eateries offering more exotic fare. The cuisine is changing and expanding to include many flavors beyond traditional Amish. Unless otherwise noted, liquor is served.

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  • 1. Cafe @ Ten Thousand Villages

    $ | Eclectic

    This delightful café in Ten Thousand Villages takes you to destinations far and near. The eclectic menu offers a mix of soups, sandwiches, and...Read More

  • 2. Kling House

    $ | American

    This family home has been converted into a pleasant, casual restaurant serving innovative breakfast and lunch selections. Favorites include...Read More

  • 3. Lancaster Dispensing Co.

    $ | American

    Relaxed, fun, and casual, this eatery is next to Central Market and on the site of the Grape Tavern of 1893. Fajitas, salads, sandwiches, and...Read More

  • 4. The Ragged Edge Coffee House

    $ | American

    This homey café is a great spot to start your day with an egg sandwich or breakfast wrap, or take a history break with a coffee drink or fresh...Read More

  • 5. The Family Cupboard

    $ | American

    As the prayer-clasped hands on the place mats indicate, this family-run smorgasbord is all about tradition and community. Pennsylvania Dutch...Read More

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