New Freedom is a borough in York County, Pennsylvania. As of the 2010 census, the borough had a population of 4,464. Once an industrial/railroad town, the community has evolved into a mostly residential town.
Things to do in New Freedom
5 based on 69 reviews
Love this ice cream/snowball place in New Freedom. The ice cream is delicious, the prices are very reasonable and the staff who are all teenagers are extremely friendly. One time, my son accidentally dropped his cone while walking outside and the owner came running out to clean it up, consoled my son and gave him an even bigger ice cream cone. Well done Bonkey's!!!
4.5 based on 61 reviews
It's about a mile off the highway - Route 83 - but worth the little jog to the shopping center. Small place with a few tables - clean with friendly and attentive service. Had the lasagna with warm fresh bread and a lovely salad for a most reasonable price. Delicious! Don't hesitate to come here. You will be pleased.
4 based on 118 reviews
We had heard from friends that the food was quite good at Seven so we gave it a try. We went on a Saturday before 4PM to take advantage of their crabcake sandwich special for $12 rather than $17 after 4PM. The crabcake was made of high quality lump crab meat with no filler. It was very good. I highly recommend. The 50/50 soup which is 1/2 cream of crab and 1/2 Maryland crab was way better than either of those soups separately. I again highly recommend. My husband had a burger and he was very satisfied with it and the steak sandwich rolls which were like an eggroll with steak in it. The horseradish dipping sauce with those was great. The have a nice selection of craft beers. They also have a dinner entree menu which I would like to try on our next visit.
There is ample parking in their lot and on the street. They have a large bar area as well as a separate dining area with lots of TV's with sports playing. It wasn't particularly loud or roudy and is good for families. I was very impressed and will definitely be back to try some more food dishes.
The wait staff was good too. She was timely and accommodating with our requests. They are efficient and familiar with busy nights. They were well organized for the crowd coming in. It's a busy place.
4 based on 30 reviews
Captain Bob's is our exclusive place for steamed crabs. Located in PA it is traditional Baltimore prep. Crab soup, soft shells, crab fluffs, crab cakes, clams, shrimp all great. Best chicken anywhere with good sides and hush puppies. 3 generations 9-62 cracking crabs outside, with live pleasant music is as great as it gets. Great service tonight as well.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Great testing frozen yogurt. Lots of flavors and sugar free vanilla. Be careful with adding the toppings. Price is by weight and the toppings add weight for the price and on your waistline! Great fun place to take the kids!
4.5 based on 17 reviews
I've been to many Starbucks. This one has some of the best customer service I've experienced!
Caitlin was very interested in relating to me & my day as well as getting my order correct. She and her other teammates are all working diligently to serve the drive-through and the walk-in patrons.
They were working like a well oil machine…to serve their customers quickly with a smile.
Way to go!!:-))
4 based on 82 reviews
They have a big menu with large selection of food. Breakfasts are great. I highly recommend the Bourbon burger.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
We ate here on a Sat evening and everything was perfect. The food was amazing, ave price, the waitress could not have been more attentive. Food was served hot with fresh rolls (I believe they were home made). Salad crisp/fresh. Pizza was good and we got some seafood/pasta dishes which were amazing.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Stumbled upon this little shop while browsing the nearby antique shops. Small coffee shop that sells homemade ice cream. Homemade ice cream that is so smooth and creamy that it revivals any of the independent ice cream shops I've ever tried. For a small shop they had a really nice selection of flavors (about 10 or so). We tried milk chocolate, dark chocolate, coffee, and strawberry and they were all equally delicious. The prices were in line with high quality ice cream, $3.50 for a single scoop and $6 for a double. They also do milkshakes and floats. Serving was very generous! My only suggestion to the owners would be better signage, they've been open since June and I just discovered them!
4 based on 61 reviews
We've been here for many great breakfasts and dinners (rated here many times) as excellent. Today's breakfast was a disappointment. Portions were way smaller - downright skimpy on the meat. We could barely tell if there was meat in the Farmer's omelette and found a black hair baked in!! Two slices of American cheese were plopped on top versus mixed in - quite strange. Crab omelette had a small portion of crab and no cheese - though specifically ordered. Onions, green peppers & cheese were a 79 cents up charge each - REALLY? No crab taste at all- compared to previous crab dishes here that was overflowing with seafood. Potato portions were much smaller than before. What happened? New owners? New cook? The place was also literally empty on a Friday morning - usually full of people. Other than a large meeting of the Rotary Club we were the only people in the dining area. We are not food complainers and never send food back. We decided to give it one more try as it is close and WAS one of our favorite local places- PLEASE FIX IT!!!
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