In the heart of Lancaster County—a place known for its rural charm—the city of Lancaster, PA is one of the oldest inland towns in America. For anyone thinking about living in a place with a lot of history, Lancaster is tough to beat.
History is a constant presence in Lancaster, a colonial town founded in 1730 that eventually grew to become a thriving Victorian city. The architecture in the city spans more than 250 years, and many of the historic homes in Lancaster date back to the 18th century. Centered around the historic Penn Square, many Lancaster's streets, buildings and neighborhoods are remarkably unchanged.
If there is one thing York, PA locals love is their restaurants. Perhaps none as much as the White Rose Bar & Grill located in downtown York on North Beaver Street. Opened in 1933 as the Beaver Inn, the White Rose has become a local legend as a gathering place for the community providing excellent food, drink and service for over 80 years.
Baltimore has long been a popular destination for great food, thanks to the city's multicultural history, diverse population and prime location on the water. You can find any fare you desire within Baltimore and there are always new dining spots vying to earn their place among our city's top-rated restaurants. There has never been a better time to sample our city's best restaurants. You can start by visiting one of our team's five favorite dining destinations we've listed below. Who knows--you may even run into one of our REALTORS® from Baltimore while you're out sampling our city's many delicacies.