The small restaurant and bar offers a three generation spaghetti sauce that is the best I’ve ever had anywhere.
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Okay, this is my parents' favorite restaurant, but I love coming here for dinner when I visit ! The staple is spaghetti & meatballs, but everything is good, including the burgers. It's like having dinner at a friend's house. Outstanding service and very reasonable prices...More
This family owned place is hyper local and worth finding. No worries about street parking; they have big lot. I've had their soups and sandwiches which are delicious. Tuna sub and clam chowder are my favorites. Service is no-nonsense but friendly. The pace is laid...More
I grew up in Lancaster and Valentinos was always the neighborhood spot for a drink with friends/family and it was never crazy busy. The night we went was a different story! It was like Lancaster found our tiny spot and claimed it as their own!...More
This restaurant has tons of character and history. It is family-owned, warm, and cozy. The burgers are good and the spaghetti is excellent. But don't go here if you are in a hurry. We arrived for dinner when they opened and there were only a...More
This is one of the few remaining Italian restaurants in Lancaster. It is quite small, not romantic, but is good authentic food at a reasonable price. One of my favorites.
This is a 3rd and 4th generation Italian cafe, founded by the Valentino family when they emigrated to the USA. Food is always good. Service is often by family members. It's a small cafe, maybe 10 tables of 4s, 6s, and 8s. It has a...More
We arrived on a Saturday night and the restaurant was completely empty except for the bar. The specialty on the menu is spaghetti. Other than that the menu consists of mostly sandwiches. We all ordered the spaghetti and it was the worst we have ever...More
A piece of Lancaster's history. Great people, great food, low prices, big servings, I'm a regular almost every week. Love it!
Simple family made food and fantastic value. Owned by the same family since before WW11. Egg salad sandwich for lunch was made just perfectly. Small bar attached to the café with the cheapest drinks menu I have seen since I arrived in the USA. Would...More