In the past few years, Lancaster has made frequent appearances on "best of" lists relating to livability, cuisine and more.
Lancaster has been popping up in all types of lists, including the U.S. News' ranking of best places to retire and a New York Post story that …
U.S. News & World Report has confirmed what thousands of Lancaster County folks already know.
New York Times columnist Tom Friedman made it clear he admired Lancaster when he appeared here in April.
Lancaster has been called a mini Brooklyn and "the new 'Portlandia.'"
Dubbed a “newly hip Victorian city,” Lancaster finds itself on yet another prominent list of national travel destinations.
Alton Brown seems to be making a yearly pilgrimage to Lancaster.
Lancaster County is home to both some of America’s least fashion-conscious people and some of the most.
The combination of home-grown and raised ingredients, combined with innovative and international flavors, earns Lancaster a top spot.
Lancaster County's rank in the 2016 Gallup-Healthways well-being index of 189 communities jumped to No. 28, up from No. 39 the previous year. But it still hasn't recaptured the best-in-the-nation spot it achieved in 2011.
Luca, a restaurant on West James Street in Lancaster city, is reviewed in the New York Times this weekend.
Lauds eatery for "going above and beyond and getting everything exactly precisely right."
After being dubbed a "mini-Brooklyn" by the New York Post, Lancaster's food scene has been compared to that of the hipster-mocking IFC series, "Portlandia."
A lifestyle article on the New York Post's website suggests Lancaster is a cultural and culinary mini-Brooklyn, and recommends Big Apple residents travel here to explore.
Hoboken, New Jersey, is better. West Hollywood, California, and Cambridge, Massachusetts, too.
He wrote, "If you're anywhere near Maison in Lancaster, PA and you're not having the mushroom gnocchi...what's wrong with you? @maisonpa"
Lancaster’s not as extraordinarily happy as it used to be, pollster says.
The Fridge made USA Today's list of the 39 most iconic college town restaurants in the United States, placing yet another jewel in the crown of the popular hangout.
Two Lancaster eateries, Aussie and the Fox and the Four54 Grill, are among the restaurants a food-and-entertainment website touts as serving the 16 best burgers in the state of Pennsylvania.