Hershey, Pa

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Phildelmar
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Hershey, Pa - Mon, 07/16/12 10:50 PM
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Business now takes me here frequently. Suggestions are welcome

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Re:Hershey, Pa - Thu, 07/26/12 9:53 PM
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Diener's in Lancaster. Been eating there for years on every trip to the area, ever since it was a small luncheonette. The addition of a buffet a decade or so back didn't seem to lower the quality.

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Re:Hershey, Pa - Tue, 07/31/12 4:45 PM
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Any further ideas?

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Re:Hershey, Pa - Tue, 07/31/12 4:51 PM
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I'll highly second Diener's as the BEST Amish food in the Lancaster area, by far.....you can read the praises on many threads here at roadfood.

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Re:Hershey, Pa - Tue, 07/31/12 8:26 PM
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When we don't feel like "Penndutch" food, we go to Jennie's Diner in Lancaster.  Truthfully, other than a VERY friendly customer base, I can't put my finger on anything special about it. Just basic good food at basic good prices, but a bunch of other people here seem to think that it's superior, and there must be something that keeps bringing us back. I'm not terribly fond of breakfast buffets, but people I know that are swear by Shady Maple over in East Earl (but the line is certainly long, the times I've been dragged there). Stay away from Miller's in Lancaster; it was great in the 60's and 70's, but has since become a tourist trap. Plain & Fancy Farm in Bird in Hand is one of the better "family style" places if you want something social (I always enjoy meeting the people at my table).