Located north of Lancaster, historic Lititz is a charming small town with an upscale flair. Our building is known as Lititz Junction, a former paper-box factory that was also home to Clair Brothers, one of the most respected sound, light, and staging companies in the world. Some of the biggest names in rock and roll have rehearsed in this beautiful brick and heavy timber structure.
We offer an atmosphere unmatched by other restaurants and continue our tradition of high quality food and craft brewed beverages. We are proud to be a part of the Lititz community and look forward to serving for many years to come.
We’re passionate about producing distinctive, full-flavored handcrafted beers, accompanied by fresh–from–scratch New American cuisine in a comfortable, casual atmosphere. Our goal has always been to provide food and beer that is inspired, consistently crafted and presented by a knowledgeable and courteous service staff.
We pride ourselves in being one of the oldest establishments in Lancaster. Our Inn was first built before the Civil War, where it served as the Stock Yard Hotel for Mentzer’s Stock Yards, which were formerly located behind the Inn. Later, in the 1860’s, 70’s and 80’s, we were still a popular gathering spot for folks coming to the Lancaster County Agricultural Fairs, the County Fairs, and concerts at McGrann Park, all of which took place in the Stock Yards location. Our tradition of hospitality continued in the 1900’s, as our site was Zeigler’s Hotel.
Hello, we are the Fisher Family. Together we have created an experience that showcases our heritage; artistic beauty, culinary creations, rich coffee, bakery delicacies, laughter and conversations that warm the soul. Tomato Pie Café boasts eclectic flair signature to the places we have been and the people we have met. We are delighted to share a little piece of our journey with you.
Just a few steps from the newly built Marriott hotel & Convention Center, you’ll find Annie Bailey’s Traditional Irish Pub & Restaurant. It is Lancaster’s only authentic irish Pub and one of the favorite dining destinations in the county.
The Pub is modeled in the Victorian Dublin style, which complements the Victorian-era building built in 1890 in which it is housed. This Lancaster landmark was previously occupied by the famous men’s clothing store of Sayers, Scheid & Sweeton.