B Stands for Best Food and Best Drinks – Pennsylvania

Hello and welcome to my Travel Destination Guide sharing Best Food and Best Drinks – Pennsylvania. Travel with me while we discover amazing brunch locations and home bartender cocktail recipes.

Best Food – Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Foodie lover stop Number 1 is On Orange located at 108 W Orange Street in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. For more amazing menu selections visit their website at www.onorange.wordpress.com or click here. Photos courtesy of On Orange.

1. Orange Liqueur Infused French Toast. Topped with powdered sugar. The name says it all!

2. Peasant Omelet. Tomatoes, sautéed onions, sharp cheddar cheese, potatoes and fresh herbs. Served with your choice of potatoes or roasted tomatoes. Plus Country white or 7 Grain buttered toast.

3. Swedish Pancakes. Made with organic oats and served with pure maple syrup and stewed apples.

Pennsylvania Foodie Lover stop Number 2 is Roots Cafe located at 133 E Gay Street in West Chester, Pennsylvania. Roots Cafe specializes in farm to table freshness. Find more of their best food by visiting www.rootscafewc.com or click here. Photos courtesy of Roots Cafe.

1. Corned Beef Hash. House corned beef, crispy potatoes, caramelized onions, red peppers, basil, sunny side eggs and hollandaise.

2. French Toast with berry compote, fresh berries, powdered sugar and maple syrup.

3. Superfood Hash. Seasonal roasted vegetables, crispy sweet potatoes, flax seeds, salsa verde, topped with over easy eggs.

Best Drinks

The Pennsylvania Cocktail is as amazing as it namesake. Three unique ingredients come together to form a sweet and strong amazing drink.

1. Fill cocktail shaker with ice. Add 4 ounces dark rum, 1 ounce grenadine and 2 ounces pineapple juice.

2. Cover and shake until shaker becomes frosty and most of the ice has melted. Strain ingredients into cocktail glass filled with ice.

3. Looking for a great happy hour? Dancing? Live music? Stop by Crossroads Tavern located in Hilltown Township. Happy hour daily from 4-6pm. Dancing Friday nights. Live music Saturday nights. To see their event calendar visit www.xroadstavern.com or click here.

Dorflinger means to add things outside the scope of a project in hopes of improving the product. The Dorflinger Cocktail does just that. It combines ingredients maybe not made to go together but when brought together create an amazing taste.

1. Fill shaker with ice. Add 3 ounces gin and 2 ounces absinthe.

2. Cover and shake until shaker becomes frosty and most of the ice has melted. Strain into cocktail glass filled with ice. Top off with 2 dashes grapefruit bitters.

3. King George II Inn opened its doors in 1681. The Inn has been known as The Ferry House, The Fountain House, The Delaware House and finally King George II Inn. Located in Bristol, Pennsylvania the Inn is now serving dine in and take out. To see menu selections, specials and event calendars visit www.kginn.com or click here.

B Stands for Best Food and Best Drinks – Pennsylvania

Thank you for joining me in eating and drinking our way through Pennsylvania. The Orange Liqueur Infused French Toast and Pennsylvania Cocktail are now on my favorite list. Did your favorite Pennsylvania brunch spot or cocktail make my list? If not, please share in the comments.

Looking for more amazing brunch locations or home bartending cocktail recipes? Read my Blog Post B Stands for Best Food and Best Drinks – New York or click here. Breakfast nachos, brioche bites and Manhattan cocktail name just some of the amazing New York foodie and cocktail discoveries.

Until Next Time,

Wonder Lesch


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