Where to Find The Best Bacon Spots in Pennsylvania

Where to Find the Best Bacon in Pennsylvania

Where to Find the Best Bacon in Pennsylvania

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The Best Bacon PAPhiladelphia, PA - There are several ways to sample award-winning Pennsylvania bacon. Try hickory smoked bacon, maple sugar-cured bacon, and peppered bacon. The bacon is made from pig bellies raised in Central Pennsylvania. It's best served as a side dish or piled on a burger. Bacon lovers can also find maple bacon stout cupcakes. A stout cupcake with maple buttercream is the perfect way to sample Pennsylvania's delicious cured bacon.

All Things Bacon in Pennsylvania

In fact, the founder of the bacon industry, Edmund Norwood Bacon, was born and raised in Philadelphia.  His parents were Quakers, and his father worked as a medical editor for J.B. Lippincott Company. Edmund Bacon attended Cornell University and graduated in 1932. In the midst of the Great Depression, he spent a year in Shanghai, China. Below are a few of our staff picks of The Best Bacon Spots, Events, and even Drinks.

Rooster St. Butcher in Lititz

Rooster Street Butcher is committed to making personal connections with customers and creating high-quality meat products. In addition to a commitment to animal welfare, the company is committed to growth, teamwork, and customer service. Located on a bustling corner of central Pennsylvania, Rooster St. is where to find Pennsylvania's best bacon and cured meats.

Rooster Street Butcher is an artisan butcher and butchery located in downtown Lititz. The shop specializes in locally-sourced meats. This year, the company plans to expand its business to three locations. In addition to its Cedar Street headquarters, the company will open a second location at the Wilbur Market in Lititz. The company originally opened a shop in Elizabethtown and later moved to a stylish, modern headquarters in downtown Lititz.

S Clyde Weaver in East Petersburg

You can find the best bacon in Pennsylvania at S. Clyde Weaver. The butcher shop began over a century ago and offers a variety of local goods. The bacon is double-smoked, dry-cured, and among the best in the state. The bacon comes from a farm owned by the Mathias family. The bacon is smoked using hickory wood for two days.

S. Clyde Weaver offers a variety of fine foods and unique local products. Its menu features smoked hams, bacon, scrapple, and Lebanon & sweet bologna. The store also serves lunch meats and salads. Smoked bacon is one of the restaurant's top sellers. The bacon is thick-cut by hand and offers a rich and meaty flavor. The bacon is also cayenne-laced, making it spicy and delicious.

Bacon at Halteman Family Meats in Philadelphia

Bacon at Halteman Family Meats is a must-try if you're a fan of fine meats.  The shop's menu features prime and Wagyu beef, pork and poultry, and smoked bacon. Bacon at Halteman is served daily and comes with a variety of toppings. This butcher shop in Philadelphia is a landmark in the city. This meat market has been around for generations, and its menu offers everything from smoked bacon to smoked Wagyu beef. While the shop specializes in meat products, it also offers a variety of other prepared and fresh foods.

The shop has three generations of butchers. The shop offers eight varieties of bacon, including bacon smoked using hickory. The shop also smokes turkey and beef. All the bacon is smoked on their farm in Lancaster County. Bacon at Halteman Family Meats in Philadelphia is available every day except Sunday.

Bacon Bourbon & Beer in Washington

Bacon flights pair perfectly with craft beers, cocktails, and ample bourbon.  The restaurant's menu features over 15 kinds of bacon, each of which is paired with a different beverage. For the most enjoyable dining experience, consider stopping by Bacon Bourbon & Beer in Washington, PA. The restaurant's staff is outstanding. Two servers handle the bar, and a manager fills in as a cook. The food is delicious, the seating is ample, and the bourbon and beer list is extensive. The staff is knowledgeable and creative. The bar features about 30 types of bourbon.

PA Bacon Fest is Back in Downtown Easton

PA Bacon Fest is sponsored by several local businesses and organizations. These organizations include IBEW Local 102, Godshall's, Service Electric, Liberty Creek, Deiter Bros, and ProMedica. Other sponsors include the city of Easton, Green Mountain Energy, Keystone Harley-Davidson, and Unity Bank. The Pennsylvania Bacon Festival has been growing in popularity each year and is one of the largest in the Lehigh Valley. This event features more than 150 vendors, live music, hog-calling competitions, and a 5K race. There is also plenty of free entertainment for children.

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