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Restaurants On Route 30 in Lancaster, PA
Ciro's Italian Bistro
605 Richmond Dr, Lancaster, PA, 17601
1.Brickyard Sports Inc
415 N Prince St Ste 1000.49 mi Lancaster, PA$$ American RestaurantsBarsBar & GrillsSports Bars
Best waffle fries in the area and you have to try the banana ravioli. Always a good time!
2.Khom's Eggroll Paradise
30 W James St0.55 mi Lancaster, PA Restaurants
Food is always made fresh to order. Khom is such a nice woman. It does stink not having seating but as a take out place there is none better
993 Plaza Blvd2.70 mi Lancaster, PA$$ RestaurantsSteak HousesAmerican RestaurantsFamily Style Restaurants
Regional Manager are you listening? I was offended by the other review on here because we were in during the heatwave and one of the managers told us the air was only out temporary in dining room. We recently learned it was out for about a week in the kitchen! Isn't that illegal? We use to love this place until the management changed. We heard from the rumor mill why he was replaced and it was likely a good thing but they really lowered the bar with both of the new managers (and not replacing the other). They both don't care about us regulars and like many we knew and use to enjoy chatting with each weekend are now no longer going there because of the management. We agree. The food quality has declined badly as well. The whole atmosphere is no longer fun and hip but down and depressing. You can see it on what few employees faces that have stayed there that they are not happy. We feel bad for them because they became like a family to us. Most of the new hires since new management are of very low quality. Sadly all but a few of the good ones have left. Having people know your name and drink is a big deal after a long week especially when you consider your dropping $100+ at a chain restaurant for 2. Now it seems no one cares and it is easy to see why- the managers don't care. The former GM was not perfect but he ran a tight ship and was everywhere there was a problems fixing it. The new GM is usually hiding in back and when he comes through doesn't say hi or even recognize you....we have been dining here as regulars for years. Not anymore. The ""hispanic"" manager as pointed out in the other review is just lazy. He doesn't seem bad but doesn't socialize. We never heard his use profanity but then again he spends all his time flirting at the hostess desk or screwing around in the back. The newest manager got off to a good start but like his boss, he doesn't recognize or care to notice us regulars. He needs to go like his boss- they all do. They ruined what was a great and fun restaurant. LONGHORN ARE YOU LISTENING? \r \r I give them 2 starts because with a good manager they could easily fix the low quality of the food. It's still decent at the York location where we have stopped at visiting family there. And, realizing a chain restaurant is not exactly able to hire the best and brightest of the world, they could easily replace the management with some people who care about the guests- atleast one! Red Lobster on the otherside of town, which is owned by the same company, has some incredibly good managers. Bring one of those in and make her the GM. She would fire the other two idiots and bring back a sense of ""We Care and Value Your Business"" that this management team has destroyed.\r \r And, isn't having people work in a kitchen during the hottest week of the year illegal (OSHA you out there?). Isn't there health code violations to be seen as well? Why wouldn't someone in the kitchen report them unless they are scared or illegally employed? This is a little concerning to me. A good manager would have closed down rather than jeopardise employee safety, guest health and all the legal problems that could have resulted. Ok, now I am officially pissed as I write this and am going to write corporate. They should be investigated and sued. We will not return until new management is installed. This is long overdue at this location. Way to go Longhorn Lancaster. And to those few great employees that remain- HANG IN THERE. Hopefully we'll be back soon, and if not, take your talent someone else.
4.Tulsi Indian Cuisine & Bar
2101 Columbia Ave2.68 mi Lancaster, PA$$ Indian RestaurantsBarsBar & GrillsMiddle Eastern Restaurants
Hours of operation is 11:30
301 Willow Valley Sq3.10 mi Lancaster, PA$ Fast Food RestaurantsHamburgers & Hot DogsRestaurantsWi-Fi Hotspots
Founded in 1955, McDonald s is a global food service retailer that operates more than 30,000 locations in over 100 countries. The restaurant serves various shakes, hamburgers, grilled and fried chicken products, salads, fruits, sandwiches and fish. It additionally offers french fries, chicken sandwiches, Quarter Pounders and honey wheat rolls. The restaurant s menu also includes the Ranch Snack Wrap, Big N' Tasty, Chicken Selects and McFlurry treats. It serves a variety of beverages and desserts, including Chocolate Triple Thick, Minty Mudd Bath Triple Thick and Strawberry Triple Thick shakes and McDonaldland cookies. The restaurant serves nearly 50 million people each day. McDonald s restaurants are owned and operated by independent franchisees of McDonald's Corporation.
6.Route 66 Restaurant PA
45 W Liberty St1.02 mi Lancaster, PA$ Restaurants
Route 66 Restaurant serves So-Cal burgers and Philly style Cheesesteaks with the best and freshest ingredients cooked live while you are waiting. Our breakfast is made-to-order using cracked-to-order local eggs. Our home-cut fries are cut fresh daily using Idaho's best potatoes. We use Pine View Dairy's ice cream for our hand dipped milkshakes. This is in addition to other stuff like wings, cold subs, salads, etc..
2151 Columbia Ave2.76 mi Lancaster, PA$$ Mexican RestaurantsLatin American RestaurantsCaterersSpanish Restaurants
This is a great restaurant I would recommend to anyone. Sit at the bar with Ashley and Haley and enjoy the best margaritas anywhere. Service is excellent. Atmosphere exceptional. Entertainment is good. Never had a bad experience and we probably been there 25 times. Prices are very reasonable too, and the food is consistently delicious!
Seems like we hit a network glitch.