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The Brickerville House Restaurant

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The Brickerville House Restaurant and its surrounding shops have become a dining and shopping destination! The property is steeped in history, as it is located along Route 322, which served as the main road between Philadelphia and Harrisburg in the late 1700s. Although The Brickerville House seats 225, it is divided among a series of dining areas that create a sense of warmth and coziness in the restaurant’s historic atmosphere.   

The Garden Room (top photo) and the Colonial Fireplace Room (here) reflect the Colonial period to which the building dates.

The dining area off the entry is known as the General Store. This cheery area features exposed stone walls and rafters. Behind the General Store is the Colonial Fireplace Room, which has wainscoting, exposed stone walls and a Colonial-style fireplace. The light-filled Porch features a flagstone floor and is a great place to watch the pedestrian activity at the Bricker Village, which is composed of 14 locally owned shops and businesses. The Library features faux bookshelves on the walls, while the recently remodeled Garden Room also offers a view of Bricker Village.

The menu features a wide array of items, and everything is made from scratch. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily. The restaurant has become known for its buttermilk pancakes, 8-oz. charbroiled burgers and summer salads. Other popular menu items include baked chicken pie, stuffed-flounder Florentine, honey-garlic chicken, prime rib and spinach-artichoke chicken breast. Greek dishes – such as spinach pie (spanakopita) – are also included as specialties of the house.

2 East 28th Division Highway, Lititz. or 717-625-2525. Reservations are recommended for parties of eight or more.