Restaurant Guide


LOCAL TO THE TOURNAMENT

The Following Restaurants are located near the playing site in the towns of Mount Joy, Landisville, Salunga, Elizabethtown, Manheim, East Petersburg and Lititz. Click on the Restaurant name to access the website.

Here’s a link that you can use to find directions to them all: https://www.google.com/maps/

The Forklift and Palate Restaurant – Located in the Warehouse Hotel, venue of the Lancaster Regional Tournament; 717.537.6205; All American cuisine. Traditional classics with a contemporary twist;

Rosie’s Tavola – Italian; 114 East Main Street, Mount Joy; 717-928-4083

*Mosby’s Pub – Excellent Wings; 215 East Main Street, Mount Joy; 717-653-5775

Harvey’s Main Street Bar-BQ – Award winning barbecue; 304 East Main Street, Mount Joy; 717-653-4224

Mick’s All American Pub – Typical Bar Fare; 2201 Strickler Road; Manheim; 717-653-1220

Bube’s Brewery – For something entirely different Bube’s has fine dining in The Catacomb’s (real catacombs) casual dining in The Bottling Works and Biergarten as well as mystery dinners, special parties and feasts. At press time, November events were not yet listed so please be sure to check the website; 102 North Market Street, Mount Joy; 717-653-2056

Isaac's Deli - “The early bird gets a great sandwich” at this deli chain that’s popular for its avian-themed creations; 4 Trolley Run Road (4 Crosswinds Drive for GPS), Lititz; 717-625-1181

Watering Trough – Fine dining; 905 West Main Street, Mount Joy; 717-653-6181

*Bulls Head Tavern - The Bulls Head Public House has been recognized as the best beer bar in Pennsylvania in the annual Great American Beer Bars competition conducted by CraftBeer.com - the Brewers Association website for beer lovers; 14 East Main Street, Lititz in The General Sutter Hotel; 717-626-2115

*JoBoy’s Brew Pub - Southern style barbeque and hand crafted beer; 27-31 East Main Street, Lititz; 717-568-8330

Tomato Pie Café – Charming and quaint and of course the tomato pie; 23 North Broad Street, Lititz; 717-627-1762

*S. Clyde Weaver – Lancaster County’s original deli. Loads of goodies for the room. Cheeses, meats, sweets and all sorts of delicacies and they serve great soups and sandwiches; 5253 Main Street, East Petersburg; 717-569-0812

Cat’s Meow – 20s Themed Restaurant and Bar; 215 South Charlotte Street, Manheim; 717-664-3370

Twin Kiss – Remember the original Lancaster County drive-thru? Sandwiches and Ice Cream; 309 South Main Street, Manheim; 717-665-2897

*Ciros – Exceptional Italian; 605 Richmond Square, Lancaster; 717-560-5660;

Gus’s Keystone Family Restaurant – Breakfast all day; 1050 West Main Street, Mount Joy; 717-653-2140

The Black Knights Tavern and Grill – Nearby Sports Bar; 335 Main Street, Landisville; 717-898-7234

Hot Z Pizza – Very good pizza and subs very close to the bridge venue; 3001 Harrisburg Pike, Landisville; 717-898-3889

*Lucky Ducks – I love fish tacos and I am told this place has good ones. Live music on Friday nights. Since this is one of my regular partner’s favorite haunts, I’m giving it my * of approval; 45 North Market Street, Elizabethtown; 717-366-4041

TJ Rockwells – Very large bar and outside deck areas. Might not be a factor this time of year but you never know; 800 Mount Gretna Road, Elizabethtown; 717-367-5544

THE FOLLOWING RESTAURANTS ARE LOCATED IN AND AROUND LANCASTER CITY:

Annie Bailey's Irish Pub & Restaurant - A traditional Irish pub right in the heart of Downtown Lancaster. 28 East King Street, Lancaster; 717-393-4000

*The Belvedere Inn – Famous for its grilled Caesar Salad; 402 N Queen St, Lancaster; 717-394-2422

Carr's Restaurant – Fine dining in the heart of Lancaster's theater district; 50 West Grant St., Lancaster; 717-299-7090

*Checkers Bistro - Fine dining in a beautiful atmosphere of an updated 100-year-old building. Try the Coffee Cured Filet; 398 Harrisburg Avenue, Suite 700, Lancaster; 717-509-1069

Fat Pig - Restaurant & Sports Pub - 415 North Prince Street, Lancaster; 717-509-6090

Fenz – Fine dining; 398 Harrisburg Avenue # 100, Lancaster; 717-735-6999

Greenfield Inn - a unique, casual dining experience in a warm and friendly atmosphere. - 595 Greenfield Road, Lancaster; 717-393-0668

Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant – Brew pub and comfort food; 781 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster; 717-291-9800

John J. Jeffries Restaurant – All Organic. Seasonal. Sustainable. Straight from the farm to your table; 300 Harrisburg Pike Lancaster; 717-431-3307

The Lancaster Brewing Company - Enjoy Lancaster’s freshest, handcrafted beers while dining in a working brewery. - 302 North Plum Street, Lancaster; 717-391-6258

*The Lancaster Central Market – Exceptional Farmers Market on the square in downtown Lancaster; A Lancaster MUST to see if you have the time. Open Tuesday and Friday from 6:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Saturday from 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

*Loft Restaurant – Great filet mignon; 201 W Orange St, Lancaster; 717-299-0661;

*Lombardo's – Old Style Italian with the coldest on tap beer in Lancaster County; 216 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster; 717-394-3749

LUCA – The newest sensation in Lancaster. I’ve not been there yet but I’m hoping to get there on my birthday. Hard to get a reservation. Brick Oven Italian; 436 West James Street, Lancaster; 717-553-5770

Penn Square Grille – In the Marriott Hotel on the square in downtown Lancaster; 2 East King Street, Lancaster; 717-207-4033

*The Pressroom Restaurant - Fine family dining in historic downtown Lancaster. 26 West King Street, Lancaster; 717-399-5400

*Rachel’s Café and Creperie – If you like crepes, a must; 201 West Walnut Street, Lancaster; 717-399-3515

*Rice and Noodles Restaurant - Vietnamese - 1238 Lititz Pike, Lancaster; 717-481-7461

Stockyard Inn - Steakhouse. - 1147 Lititz Pike # 1, Lancaster; 717-394-7975

* An Editor’s Favorite

** There are many many more eateries and watering spots in the area. Ask a local what they like and you may hear of a very good one that is not on this list. Enjoy our beautiful new venue for the tournament and THE BEST OF LUCK TO EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU.