Philadelphia, PA - When in Gettysburg, don't forget to have a burger. The ambiance at downtown Gettysburg is cozy and fun, and the burgers are exceptional. If you're looking for something a little different, try the farmer - a half-pound grilled patty topped with bacon jam and a fried egg. It's also a great place to relax after a long day of sightseeing in the town.
Philadelphia, PA - Located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the Pennsylvania State Capitol is a National Historic Landmark. It is a beautiful symbol of the state's heritage and civic traditions. The building reflects Greek, Roman, and Victorian architecture and art influences.
Philadelphia, PA - If you're in the mood for an authentic Pennsylvania Dutch meal, try Amish-owned restaurants in Lancaster County, PA. You can also enjoy American BBQ, crafted beer, farmland tours, and more. There's even an Amish Country Homestead you can visit!
Philadelphia, PA - Buck County, just a stone's throw from Philadelphia, is home to some of the region's most authentic old-world pizza. Like Spuntino Wood Fired Pizzeria, pumping out Neapolitan-style pies out of an imported wood-burning oven to Verrelli's Yardley Pizza's exceptional Sicilian pies and pizza-by-the-slice. Listed below are a few of our staff picks for The Best of Buck County Pizza Shops and Restaurants.