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Driving down Route 30, you’ll find this little slice of Pennsylvania Dutch heaven just west of Paradise.

melt • ing pot (n) a place where different peoples, styles, theories, etc., are mixed together.
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Visitors from all over the world have been flocking to Lancaster County for decades to taste that “foreign” delicacy known as Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine. Today’s visitor, however, is being given the opportunity to taste the world as a result of the area becoming more diverse.

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ICE CREAM
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From old-fashioned parlors to dairy farms to All-American drive-ins, Lancaster County is home to many locally owned ice cream shops.

Breweries, Cideries, Wineries & Distilleries
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Visitors from all over the world have been flocking to Lancaster County for decades to taste that “foreign” delicacy known as Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine. Today’s visitor, however, is being given the opportunity to taste the world as a result of the area becoming more diverse. With our ever-changing population comes a mix of different ethnicities, cultures and traditions. In addition, Lancaster’s focus on organically grown produce beautifully lends itself to the vegan/vegetarian movement.

One tradition that runs deep, no matter where you’re from, is food. Food unites people and evokes a sense of community and togetherness. From a food perspective, Lancaster is becoming a “melting pot” that embraces different tastes and flavors from numerous regions and nations.

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