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Restaurants we love:

Cherry Street Pub: Updated takes on American comfort food served in a traditional setup with a historic feel! Amazing food and drinks, a personal favorite! (Closed on Mondays)

JB's Downtown Grill: Made from scratch comfort food with a twist. You will find our food is high quality and made in house each day. 

Wild Ginger: Asian Bistro 

Roosters: A sports bar and grill with great wings. Another personal favorite. 


Pizza Crossing, Sugar Bears, and tons more pizza joints. 


Square 7 Coffee Shop: Square 7 is a gourmet coffee house, with a traditional European barista menu, inside the Art and Clay studios. Where you can also paint your own pottery!


Provisions Bakery & Deli

L-City Coffee

The Well:  Juices, Smoothies and tons of other healthy food selections.  

Hungry Buffalo

The Feed 

The Olde Dutch

Places to Explore:

Smeck Farm:  A 45-acre park consisting of mature mixed hardwoods, deep ravines, meadows!

Rising Park :  A famous Lancaster landmark is Mount Pleasant, a 250-foot high sandstone bluff 

Hocking Hills: Hyperlinked is a web page that shows the variety of trails Hocking Hills has to offer. 

Alley Park: Located south of Lancaster on old US 33, it has nice picnic areas and an old covered bridge. Some of the neatest features are the lake, an old log cabin, and lots of hiking trails. It has a nature center that offers weddings.

Chesnut Ridge:  Chestnut Ridge is the first ridge in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. The ridge spans about 4,500 feet and rises to about 1,116 feet. Black oak, shagbark hickory and northern red oak trees grow on the upper slopes of the ridge and enhance the woodland beauty of the 486-acre park. Sugar maples and American beech are plentiful on the lower slopes.

Grocery Stores:


Dollar General



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