Ronks is a small farming community and census-designated place in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, just west of Paradise, Pennsylvania. The town is noted for being the home of Ronks Concrete Company. The community is home to several Amish themed tourist attractions, shops, restaurants, and lodging lining the Lincoln Highway. It is also close to the Strasburg Rail Road and the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. The community has a large Amish and Mennonite population. As of the 2010 census the population was 362 residents.
Things to do in Ronks
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The only downside to stopping here to eat is that when you leave, you feel like you've stuffed yourself on Thanksgiving. We both got the buffet, but I'm sure ordering from the menu would help with the self restraint. We had a few minutes wait for the table, but it's worth it. They were busy, but kept refilling the buffet containers. There are many things to choose from including meats, veggies, salads, and desserts. If you don't like real food, you should probably stick with McDonalds. I saw people filling containers, so I guess take-out is an option. The server was friendly as was the hostess.
4 based on 512 reviews
We came here on a bus trip of about forty people. They took us to a back room which appeared to have a stage. Everything was very clean and the food arrived quickly. We had salad and a pesto crusted fish I believe. The food...MoreWe were so glad to have your group here. I will pass along your compliments to our staff.
4 based on 1 reviews
Smorgasbord buffet, menu dining, and take out meals. Nestled amid the Amish farmlands of Lancaster County, this Mennonite family-owned business features farm fresh meats, poultry, fruits and vegetables from nearby farms and Grandma Smucker's favorite Pennsylvania Dutch recipes. Family-friendly with a Noah's Ark Kids' Buffet and breakfast, lunch and dinner smorgasbords, this local favorite has been a landmark for more than 40 years.
My son and went to Lancaster for a few days for a break. The first place we ate was lunch at this restaurant. We have eaten here many times before and have never been disappointed. They are currently under renovations so the only things to choose from were the soup and salad bar, the deli bar and the hot buffet. We had the full buffet and it was very good, tasty and lots of options to choose from. My favorite is their homemade red devil's food cake with cream cheese icing. I will be anxious to see the changes they are making in the kitchen and counter service area. If you want good food at a fair price, this is the place to eat!
4 based on 1 reviews
At Good 'N Plenty Restaurant, we are pleased to offer our guests family style dining, menu dining, a takeout program, an award winning bake shop and an extensive gift shop. Bring family, friends and neighbors to enjoy our traditional Lancaster County home cooking. See and taste why we have been chosen as one of AAA's Top Ten BEST "down home dining" restaurants in North America as well as voted "the best" local PA Dutch restaurant. We look forward to serving you!!
The name of the restaurant really says it all. It's upretentious, and both the food and staff are warm. We ate smorgasbord style, seated with a mixture of people (some local, some tourists like us) and really enjoyed everything. In fact the lunch was so hearty we didn't feel the need for dinner! The price was also excellent - we were given a coupon from someone who was leaving so we ended up paying around $15 per person - a steal considering the amount and quantity of food!
I especially enjoyed the buttered noodles and the fried chicken. The beets were amazing too. The apple cutter and creamed butter were delicious too. The desserts were fine but by the time they rolled around I had no more appetite!
4 based on 223 reviews
This was a quick stop on our way to Lancaster and we wanted to see what Shoe Fly Pie was. The pie is very sweet and good and if you like Pecan Pie , you will also like this. They have a huge gift shop and its a fun stop.
4.5 based on 312 reviews
I was in the mood for a delicious treat. The treat needed to be something special, something I could not buy around my area. We were driving up to beautiful Lancaster with the pretty farms and views. My mind went directly to the
wonderful treat I had some months before. I went to the Strasburg Creamery and ordered one of the most DELICIOUS milkshakes ever.
The milkshake gave me a spring in my step and I loved ever drop. A wonderful clean quaint place to visit. Great for all ages. They have booths and tables inside. A unusual country store that sells a little of everything. A fun place to visit and snack and shop. My two favorite things.
4.5 based on 225 reviews
Family-owned & operated since 1972.
This is the place that MapQuest will take you to if you tap in bird in hand Pennsylvania. Their bake goods and snacks are the best. There’s farm animals that the kids can check. They have many high-quality crafts. We found the prices here slightly less than what was in the main town.
5 based on 269 reviews
Best pretzels by far. have tried the other ones in town and Immergut is the best. also try their lemonade very good. also check out the goats behind the building. great place to sit and watch them and eat your pretzels.
5 based on 120 reviews
Java Junction Coffee Bar + Grill What started out as a bakery ( formerly OCB Cakes 11.5 west main) has now expanded and moved to a larger space with more to offer! We now serve breakfast and lunch daily. Breakfast is served until noon Wednesday thru Sunday.Lunch includes favorites like our BBQ pulled pork, Pit Ham, Shrimp salad, soup and our tasty flame broiled burgers. Stop by every Thursday, Friday and Saturday for dinner. We create a separate dinner menu using the freshest ingredients taking inspiration from seasonal local produce.Wednesday 8-4 Thursday, Friday and Saturday 8-8 Sunday 8-4 Hours subject to change. Java Junction is a BYOB establishment
Wef ound this by accident and want very much to return for a MEAL. we each had
a nice hot drink, me the EARL GREY and my hubs a LATTE...love the decor
and the manager were so helpful.......WE SHALL RETURN, loved what was on that
menu BUT we had just eaten in GAP; bummer!! wanna try that lamb burger!!
5 based on 172 reviews
Stoltzfus Meats is proud to present its award-winning family of quality meat products and irresistible baked goods directly to you from the Pennsylvania Dutch Village of Intercourse in Lancaster County, PA. Satisfy your cravings with the ultimate taste of Stoltzfus Meats.
Stopping at Stoltzfus Meats is always a highlight of my visit to Lancaster County. The variety of meats and foods available is impressive, the quality cannot be surpassed and the prices are reasonable. On the day I leave, I always stop by to stock up...MoreWe appreciate your support of small, local business! We're glad to hear, too, that our customer service has made an impression. That is very important to us, and we're always happy to hear when our customers notice!
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