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Lancaster Central Market. Central Business District.

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Good ol' downtown Lancaster »

3.0 Stars

Entertaining to walk around and taste-test if nothing else. Parking can be difficult. There's a lot right in front of the entrance, but you'll have to pay. Better off finding a spot on the surrounding streets. If you're not from Lancaster, good luck finding it. Just circle around the one-way streets of the Lancaster cit square and you'll get there eventually.

On Sun Mar 8, 2009 | Permalink

Best Pad Thai in Lancaster County »

5.0 Stars

The Central Market in Lancaster City is one of my favorite spots in town. There are shops, a bar/restaurant, and beautiful cobblestone streets all around the market. It's definitely a highlight if you ever pass through Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Yes, there are Amish produce stands, but for the local resident who has had her fill of chow chow, the diversity of cultures and variety of foods available at the market is very much appreciated. I'm addicted to the Thai stand's chicken Pad Thai. And Rafiki's Deli, the African stand, makes these spicy little meat pies that make you wonder why more people don't know about this stuff. Grab a cup of joe at the Mean Cup, an independently owned stand manned by a kid with mutton chops and a trucker hat. They're open Tuesdays & Fridays from 6am-4pm, and Saturdays from 6am-2pm.

On Fri Feb 27, 2009 | Permalink

All-time
4.0 Stars
23 N Market St, Lancaster, PA 17603, USA

Description:

Farmer's market with lots of diverse and organically grown food

Website:
http://www.cityoflancasterpa.com/lancastercity/cwp/browse.asp?c=42768
Tags: amish, culture, food, historic, lancaster, locally grown, organic

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