If 19th century brick walls and wood ceilings could talk, they would speak a familiar narrative. Enterprise & industry. American vision. An honest day's work for an honest day's pay. The buildings that make up Cork Factory Hotel once housed the historic Armstrong Cork and Kerr Glass companies. Today, the hotel preserves and honors that history. And it is not just in the architecture, it's the attitude: honest, authentic and welcoming.
Cork & Cap Restaurant
Fresh food & fresh vision come together at Cork & Cap Restaurant. Our guiding tenet is simple yet uncompromising: use local ingredients and made-from-scratch, no-nonsense recipes. Our dishes pay homage to rural heritage of the Lancaster County, all with an extra pinch of creative license. Think Pennsylvania Dutch comfort food with a contemporary, cosmopolitan twist. From dinner to Sunday brunch, we offer Lancaster County-inspired cuisine all in a memorable, casual-hip setting. Dine in plush leather banquettes alongside restored brick and stone walls, lounge in the Cork & Cap's rustic bar area, or enjoy seasonal outdoor dining on our patio around Urban Place's signature smoke stack.
Enjoy a signature cocktail in the Cork &Cap bar surrounded by the original stone walls of the old Armstrong Cork Factory. With an extensive wine list and twelve different draught selections, we are the perfect place to wind down after a long day or to celebrate with family & friends.
Best New Restaurant-Lancaster County Magazine, 2010
Best New Restaurant-Clipper Magazine's Taste of Central PA Readers Poll, 2010
Silver Spoon Award-Susquehanna Style Magazine, 2010, 2011 and 2012