21 Charming Eateries (And Ice Cream Shops!) to Visit in …

July 31, 2016 - garden totes

Kristy's Whistle Stop

Kristy’s Whistle Stop

During a summer, city haunts can fast get stale—especially for foodies who revisit a same spots weekend after weekend. For those prickly for adventure, embankment a splash garden (you know, a one you’ve been to hundreds of times) and cruise an outing to over 20 of a many desirable eateries, ice cream shops, tea parlors and some-more in Cumberland Valley.

Ice Cream Shops

A internal fable given 1949, Massey’s Frozen Custard, Inc. is famous for their tasty soft-serve or hand-dipped solidified custard with pretzels, sundaes and milkshakes. Or, take a step behind in time and pitch by Kristy’s Whistle Stop; they offer adult ice cream, burgers and dogs in a 50’s-themed atmosphere.

Continue your honeyed journey during a Twirly Top Drive-In circuitously Pine Grove Furnace State Park. It’s a breakwater for campers and inlet lovers alike, and shakes and floats are abundant. More adventurous diners, meanwhile, will conclude a accumulation of flavors during Leo’s Homemade Ice Cream, from undying classics like pickled caramel to a singular favorites like chocolate chili pepper. Of course, a can’t-miss summer tack is a Italian gelato served adult during Helena’s Chocolate Café Creperie, that also boasts tasty additions like macarons and cheesecake.

Cabin on King crafts autarchic sundaes with a peanut butter Lip Schmacker, a blueberry Blues Breaker and a coffee-flavored Pick-Me-Up. Enjoy a depart from customary offerings with a Salty Sensation maple bacon sundae – tainted caramel break ice cream is drizzled with maple syrup, surfaced with churned cream, sprinkled with bacon pieces and bedecked with a cherry and pretzel stick.

If you’re deliberation a full-on ice cream yield (and who could censure you?), check out a Cumberland Valley Ice Cream Trail with minute directions and even some-more delicious spots to assistance kick a feverishness this summer.

Tea Parlors

A singular collection this distant west of a Queen, Cumberland Valley is home to a series of teahouses and shops that support to all tastes. Camellia’s Sin Tea Parlor Gift Shop offers an considerable lineup of British-inspired transport like scones, soups and finger sandwiches. Don’t skip their anniversary teas, such as internal favorite “Snowflake,” a mix of black tea, coconut, almond and cinnamon. Tip: receptacle along a fun shawl or steal one from a preference unresolved on a wall!

For an authentic United Kingdom experience, The Tea Corner at Oxford Hall Celtic Shop offers some-more than 70 lax and finished teas from Ireland and England. Stop by for lunch with normal Welsh Rarebit, delicious beef pies and bangers, or take a Guinness spirit or gummy toffee pudding to go.

Recreate childhood memories with a tea celebration during Olivia’s Tea Room in Camp Hill. The emporium sells American Girl doll clothes, handmade doll furniture, lax tea and tea accessories. (Tea parties reservations are accessible for adults or children!)

Find info on some-more “spots of tea” (and cookies!) here.

Waterfront Dining Spots

Take advantage of a lifelike beauty and peace of a Susquehanna River during a RockBass Grill. Giving off vibes of a 1950’s yacht, this infrequent excellent dining grill facilities appetizing seafood and steaks. Enjoy a Mad-Men-worthy cocktail or martini on their outside deck, or cocktail over to circuitously Dockside Willie’s, a ideal after-work mark with happy hour splash specials and a prolonged list of brick-oven pizza.

For incomparable parties, Duke’s Bar and Grill has a biggest rug on a river—ideal for resting summer hangouts. And don’t forget to sequence a fan-favorite Maryland Crab Pretzel.

Home-Style and International Restaurants

You don’t have to blow your bill on roving a universe for singular general cuisine – these Cumberland Valley restaurants can prove any appetite.

For both Spanish and Moroccan fare, conduct to Andalusia for their tapas and entrees (made with internal ingredients) and full-service bar.

The Hellenic Kouzina Greek Cafe boasts a vast menu of Greek classics like Gyros and Greek salads alongside a full espresso bar of coffee and epicurean drinks. The infrequent BYOB café boasts a scenic fountain with yard seating.

Spice things adult during Cedars Restaurant with authentic Lebanese dishes like kibbe bi saneeyah, lollipop chops and kefta kabab. As an combined bonus, suffer live swell dancers and song each Friday and Saturday night!

Chalit’s Thai Bistro is a mark for special Thai dishes like homemade curries, stir fry, sharp wok and more. Keep cold with their well-spoken drinks like Thai iced tea or iced coffee.

European food and splash lovers are welcome, too. Enjoy Market Cross Pub Brewery’s English transport with 250 varieties of splash from around a universe and classical dishes, Café Bruges, where they have over 100 beers and ales from Belgium.

Visit American eateries like 1794 The Whiskey Rebellion for country steak, seafood and some-more than 50 varieties of whiskey. Redd’s Smokehouse BBQ offers authentic southern dishes with delicious grill delights like pulled pork, ribs and brisket.

Learn some-more about Cumberland Valley’s restaurants (also featuring Spanish, French, Mexican, Chinese and Italian dishes!) here.

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