The first matchup in round two pits the winner of the Central Region (Red Headed League Public House) vs. the winner of the West Region (Corvette Bar & Grille).
Rey Azteca offers an expansive menu, from combination plates, salads, and chicken, pork, beef, and seafood dishes.
Sacred Heart holds their weekly fish fry on Wednesdays during Lent, not Fridays.
Now today is not the Lebanon Valley Food Critics’ usual munchie item, but it could lead to you wanting some munchies. They tried the newest craft beer in the Valley.
The Lebanon Valley Food Critics concluded the west region of “Wing Wars” by visiting the Mount Gretna Hideaway.
A friend of the Lebanon Valley Food Critics posted about Buddy’s, a new spot that opened at the market, inspiring a fun-filled visit accompanied by the little critic.
The Lebanon Valley Food Critics’ take: With all the fasnachts St Cecila’s sells before Ash Wednesday, of course their meals would be well organized and just as delicious.
The Lebanon Valley Food Critics originally went to Baked Sweet for the coffee, and ended up falling in love with the cupcakes.
The Lebanon Valley Food Critics open up the west region of “Wing Wars” by visiting the newly-reopened Corvette Grille in Annville.
The Lebanon Valley Food Critics decided to stop by a truck-friendly diner east of Fredericksburg, Esther’s Restaurant.
The Lebanon Valley Food Critics take you on a trip around the valley to try secret drinks at a variety of coffee shops as part of this year’s Java Journey.
The Lebanon Valley Food Critics stopped by Snitz Creek Brewery Annville for trivia night and dinner.
Located at the corner of east Main Street and Chestnut Street in Palmyra, Sweet Velvet Macarons offers what the name implies: macarons!
Located on Pine Street in Palmyra, Holy Spirit Catholic Church hosts a fish fry every Friday during Lent.
The Lebanon Valley Food Critics finished up the central region of “Wing Wars” by pitting Big Daddy’s against the Red-Headed League Public House.