Restaurant: Nancy’s Village Cafe
Date: June 16, 2016
Location: Peddler’s Village, Courtyard Store 7, Lahaska, PA
When you visit Peddler’s Village in Lahaska, Pennsylvania, be prepared to shell out some big bucks. This applies to both shops and restaurants. However, there is one place which has been in business forever and is off the beaten path. I tried it for the first time a few days ago. It is Nancy’s Village Cafe, and is not located in the main area of the shopping complex. Instead, it is across the street, and almost hidden unless you were looking for it. I had walked by it many times, never bothering to give it a try. But after several average or sub-par dining experiences over the years, I wanted to check it out. I went with Will, his mother, and brother. Immediately we were struck by how affordable the prices were. It seemed to be an old-fashioned neighborhood eatery, even though it is technically located within the massive tourist attraction. When you first walk in, there is the grill, and then a charming section of seats on the right side. Sandwiches for $7 or less? Yes, please.
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