All-you-can-eat Family Style Amish Feasts are a Pennsylvania Dutch favorite. Heaping bowls of fresh, homemade food are passed around your table and are continuously refilled by your servers. These meals always include favorite PA Dutch foods such as fried chicken, pot pie, baked ham loaf, roast beef, butter noodles, mashed potatoes, sweet corn, homemade breads, jams, and relishes, and an assortment of mouth watering homemade desserts, including the famous shoo-fly pie! Family Style Amish Feasts are served for lunch or dinner. The menu and the price are the same for either one.
Everybody loves a smorgasbord where you can serve yourself from a bountiful buffet of fresh, homemade foods. We have smorgasbords that offer traditional PA Dutch fare and others that offer more continental selections, including carving stations and expansive salad bars.
There's no shortage of choices when it comes to fine dining options, with plated meals served in a more elegant ambiance. Most offer a selection of 3 or 4 different entrees. Each guest chooses their entree in advance of their arrival. Some of the fine dining restaurants in the area are a destination unto themselves, featuring tours of their historic buildings.
If you're looking for a lighter fare menu,. perhaps for lunch, there are many options available. You can consider a boxed lunch, a sandwich buffet lunch, a plated soup and sandwich lunch, a high-tea & scones experience, or we'll work with area establishments to customize a lunch menu just for you.
Many groups like to make a stop before leaving the area so everyone can take a taste of PA Dutch Country along home with them! Stock up on fresh baked goods like whoopie pies, raisin bread and homemade soft pretzels or take some of your favorite jams and relishes along home with you in a jar!
We offer the lowest group rates at all area restaurants so you'll save money when you let us make your dining reservations for you. And, if you have a late cancellation, we can change your passenger counts up to 24 hours before your arrival so you never get stuck paying for meals that aren't eaten!
You can opt for a smaller version of the family style feast which offers two meats instead of three. It's a great choice for students, senior groups, or a family style lunch.
Many groups choose NOT to include lunches in their tour packages in order to keep the cost down. We can help you plan an itinerary that will allow your group to have "Lunch on their own" at various places throughout the area.