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Cozy spaces and friendly faces—why do we love coffee shops and cafes so much?
Coffee culture is more than the brew inside your mug. It’s not about whether you take two sugars or three. Or whether you like cold brew best or a mouth-watering macchiato. It’s a focus on what’s warm and welcoming. It’s taking a moment to connect with others or read a few pages ofRead on →
Art of the Plate
FOOD. Once a simple source of nourishmentin Lancaster, ever evolving to an intricate art form, an expression of color, flavor, culture,and conscience.
As our community has evolved, so too have our expectations for high-quality, fresh, healthy, beautiful, flavorful food. This demand has encouraged a revolution of restaurants to spring up across our City,Read on →
Authentic: Casey Spacht
FOR AS LONG AS HE CAN REMEMBER, Casey Spacht has been fascinated with the natural world. Always feeling at home in and connected to nature, he was drawn to forests, creeks, and the idea of foraging the land. As time went on, Casey became more aware of the connection between people and nature, and more in tune with the ways that nature sustains life. He alsoRead on →
Fresh Face: The Classy Crab
JOE SHOFF is a Lancaster native who dreamed of owning his own business where he could supply his hometown with high-quality, fresh crabs. With a refrigerated truck of his own, and a determination to cut out the middle-man and ensure the highest freshness, Joe set out for Louisiana to buy blue crabs directly from the waters they’re pulled from and bring themRead on →
Fresh Face: Callaloo
ON THE NORTHEAST CORNER of Mulberry and Lemon Streets, a new experience awaits food adventurers and seekers of all kinds. Callaloo Trinidadian Kitchen was born of love and exudes the warmth and passion that sparked its existence, a warmth you feel from the moment you walk through the doors, until you push your final, finished plate away with satisfaction.Read on →
Giving Back: Sam and Cindy Guo
FINDING THAT SWEET SPOT where your passions collide and channeling that into your way of life is something to which most people aspire. Through Silantra Asian Street Kitchen, Sam and Cindy Guo have accomplished just that.
Their two passions, food and philanthropy, come together and bring joy and connection to everyone who walks through their doors at 101 EastRead on →