Ariana Grande loves Whole Foods, and the Fonz loves Shady Maple.
Actor Henry Winkler, famous for his roles in "Happy Days" and "Arrested Development," tweeted on Wednesday about the Lancaster County landmark.
He's in Pennsylvania as keynote speaker at tonight's Greater Reading Chamber Alliance dinner.
"FOOD TIP: East Earl PA .. The Shady Maple (all you can eat ) Oh My it’s good," Winkler tweeted.
FOOD TIP: East Earl PA .. The Shady Maple (all you can eat )— Henry Winkler (@hwinkler4real) May 23, 2019
Oh My it’s good
Winkler currently plays Gene Cousineau in the Golden Globe-nominated series "Barry."
Winkler, 74, was a 1970s television icon with his role as Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli on "Happy Days." He has also worked as a director and producer. In 2018, Winkler won a prime-time Emmy Award for his role in "Barry." He is also a children's author.
In 2017, Winkler spoke at the Boy Scouts' Pennsylvania Dutch Council’s 30th annual distinguished citizen award dinner in Lancaster County.
Shady Maple, located at 129 Toddy Drive in East Earl, has been serving up its smorgasbord feast since 1985.
It's the largest eatery in the county with a buffet line over 200 feet long for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Shady Maple offers one free meal on your birthday with acceptable ID.