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    Fresh Face: Beer Wall on Prince

    Meet the Beer Guys: Josh Stenchever, general manager; Josue Matos, owner; and Benjamin Hinkel, executive chef. Each person brings unique skills and experience to the team.

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    BSSF Local Brew Tour: Spring House Brewing Company

    The latest stop of the BSSF brew tour  takes us to 209 Hazel Street, home of Spring House Brewing Company, which opened in 2015.

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    Fresh Face: The Black Goat Gastropub

    Andrew Denton is a Lancaster newcomer, but you wouldn’t be able to tell after eating at his new restaurant, The Black Goat Gastropub, located in the Spring House Taproom on King Street.

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    Fig Table Iron: Hill Brewery

    A short year ago, the ​Iron Hill Brewery ​on Harrisburg Pike would’ve been buzzing with Franklin & Marshall students, couples enjoying happy hour brews, and ugly-sweater wearers celebrating the holidays with their coworkers. Today, the space looks a little different–with numbers taped along the hightop parallel to the bar for social distancing guidelines and a properly masked-up staff, it’s clear that this trusted community brewery has taken every recommended safety precaution to heart.

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    Lombardo’s Mangiare at Home

    Lombardo’s long-anticipated reopening last month did not come without sacrifice: after nearly a year of closure and more than $2 million dollars in renovations, the revival of this 75-year old establishment and historical relic was truly a study in preserving family legacy.

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    Have a Heart for the Small Businesses of the City of Lancaster

    Bundle up the family and come to the city to shop, eat, and make memories during four festive events designed to make buying local even more fun this holiday.

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    Greenfield Restaurant & Bar: Plates Fit for a Presidential Palate

    Chef John Moeller and his wife Suryati acquired what was previously ​The Greenfield Inn​ in 2018. It seemed the perfect place to fulfill their vision of providing an extraordinary epicurean experience for guests; one that honored the building’s history and reflected Chef Moeller’s thirteen year tenure as a White House chef, but also imparted all the warmth a family business has to offer.

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    Inspire Series: Scratch Bakes

    Inspire Series - Scratch Bakes: Empowering stories about women who
    have big ideas and get things done.

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    Decades: Offering the Invaluable Gift of Time

    Most entertainment venues have one token predicament: compromise. If their cocktails are delicious, the amusements are too expensive... if the space itself is posh, you can expect the food menu to lack inspiration. Luckily, the concept of “compromise” was never part of the plan at ​Decades–​Lancaster’s first ever boutique bowling alley, retro arcade, full restaurant and bar.

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    Fresh Face: Isaac’s Brewhouse

    Isaac's has made the jump to craft beer. The South Central Pennsylvania restaurant chain has been in the process of renovating its 25 North Queen Street location as part of an ambitious rebranding strategy.

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    Fresh Face: Lancaster Local Provisions

    Owned and Operated by Chef Diana Smedley and her fiancé and business partner, Gabriel Luber, Lancaster Local Provisions is a weekly food delivery service offering peak season produce & local artisanal goods. The business which was started just a few months ago as a response to the Covid-19 pandemic, aims to make local, nourishing food affordable and convenient.

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