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Hershey Sat, 05/19/12 12:25 PM (permalink)
Will be there for 3 days. Any interesting dining options?

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    Re:Hershey Sun, 05/20/12 12:53 AM (permalink)
    More details please! Adults only? Kids involved?
    Where are you staying?
    If you're not staying there, a visit to the historic Hotel Hershey is a must for a Chocolate Martini, if nothing else!

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      Re:Hershey Sun, 05/20/12 5:52 AM (permalink)
      Hershey is pretty touristy, as you might expect.
      Two interesting suiggestions in nearby Harrisburg.
      The Jackson House (open for lunch only) has outstanding burgers and hoagies.On North 6th.
      Subway Cafe on Herr Street is an Old School italian bar with good red-sauce items and very good tavern pizza.
      Jackson house gets very crowded and there is often a wait, probably not good if you have small kids.

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        Re:Hershey Sun, 05/20/12 6:58 AM (permalink)
        ...or you could go to near by Amish country and visit that beautiful area...great for kids and adults. Many posts on this site talk of things to do there and great places to eat!

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          Re:Hershey Sun, 05/20/12 10:08 PM (permalink)
          adults only. staying at the Comfort Inn, near the park

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            Re:Hershey Mon, 05/21/12 1:29 AM (permalink)
            You are fairly close to Harrisburg, Elizabethtown, Hummelstown, Middletown and Lebanon. There's good PA-Dutch food and its less touristy than Amish area in Lancaster County. First, you must get a taste of Lebanon bologna while you are there. Big pretzel, cold cuts, beer area.
            In Harrisburg:
            If you like Italian:
            Check out Lebanon Farmers Market
            For PA Dutch (in Myerstown)
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