County Fanfare: Lancaster Gets Some Love

Casey Spacht of Lancaster Farm Fresh Co-opLancaster gets some serious love as a foodie destination in this month's Bon Appetit. The City Paper has the full scoop over at Meal Ticket where Adam Erace also offers his own thoughts:

For a long time, the Lancaster I knew was the Lancaster of outlet shopping and praise-the-lawd Sight & Sound Theater, where Noah’s Ark and the birth of Jesus play out like Broadway spectaculars. My girlfriend went to school in Millersville and lots of her college friends settled in the county after graduation. Last summer, we went up to visit one recently engaged pair, my first visit to Lancaster in ages. Nobody was more surprised than me at the ball we had. Sure, the Lanc always had my respect as the center of our local farm economy, but I’d never have described it as remotely hip or cool. That trip changed my perception, and when we revisited for that couple’s wedding last month, my stomach was stoked.