This year’s fair is in full swing. Whether or not you plan to line dance with DJ Chicken Nugget, here’s what’s on the menu for when you grab your partner for a bite to eat.

One of the Lebanon Area Fair’s food booths.
The Eatery has burgers, soup, fresh fruits and vegetables, and drinks.
One of the Lebanon Area Fair’s outside food booths. This booth sells pork roll, fried bologna sandwiches, French fries, and milkshakes.
Food stands with fried entrées, sides, and desserts, as well as classic fair treats.
This stand has fried chicken, fried potatoes, fried vegetables, fried onions, fried pickles, and even fried cheese.
The red velvet funnel cake drizzled with cream cheese was popular amongst this year’s fairgoers.
Whether cotton candy, candy apples, popcorn, corndogs, or some form of flavored ice is on fairgoers’ wishlists, this stand’s got them covered.
Hotdogs loaded with cheese, kraut, or chili or nachos loaded with toppings are what Delicious Dogs And More is serving.
Floyd’s Midway Cafe offers fairgoers cheesesteaks, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, sausage sandwiches, and souvenir-style soda.
A closer look at Floyd’s Italian sausages.
Gyros, chicken pita, teriyaki chicken or steak on a stick, and deep-fried Oreos are just some of the items on Dave’s menu.
Pizza Alley has pizza, calzones, pies, and drinks that come in Coca-Cola containers.
Robert’s Diner brings the diner to fairgoers with burgers, chicken sandwiches, fried sides, and fresh squeezed lemonade.
Summer Creek’s grill area and condiment station.
Summer Creek offers fairgoers homecooked options with meats and sides that can be made into platters.
Gene’s Family Beef is farm to table.
Gene’s Family Beef offers cheesesteaks, burgers, hot dogs, and walking tacos.
Piper Belle’s BBQ food truck and grill area.
Sandwiches, loaded fries, and sides are what Piper Belle’s BBQ is offering.
Rogue Chef food truck complete with lights and stickers.
Rogue Chef offers several types of smoked meat sandwiches.
Philly Cheesesteak Co. On The Roll serves fairgoers cheesesteaks both on and off the roll.
Reporter’s choice: A cheesesteak with mushrooms and French fries paired with Dr. Pepper or fresh squeezed lemonade.
Island Thyme Grill food truck with palm trees and curtains.
Island Thyme Grill offers fairgoers a baja bowl, jerk chicken, and different kinds of tots.
Stir It Up Steph food truck that advertises birria tacos, empanadas, and smoothies.
Also on the food truck’s menu are tacos, mulita, and chips and guac or tostones to share.
This food truck brings Philadelphia water ice, energy drinks, and breaded zucchini sticks to the fairgrounds.
Mr. Sticky’s sells regular and walnut sticky buns and cinnamon buns to be paired with frappes or iced coffees.
Regular and walnut sticky buns were brought home for the family.
Auntie Anne’s fruit smoothies were a popular refreshment for fairgoers in the Saturday sun.
Scoop Ó Dough has cookie dough, ice cream, milkshakes, as well as flavored lemonades and iced teas.
Auntie Wendy’s kettle corn in sizes small, medium, or large.
Cotton candy for the drive home.

The 2022 Lebanon Area Fair runs from July 23 to July 30 at the Lebanon Valley Exposition Center and Fairgrounds, 80 Rocherty Road. There is free admission between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. daily. Children under 10 are always admitted free.

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Lexi Gonzalez has worked as a reporter with LebTown since 2020. She is a Lancaster native and became acquainted with Lebanon while she earned her bachelor's degree at Lebanon Valley College.