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Dining in Hershey


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The people on this board are eager to participate when they have something to contribute.

I've heard murmers about The Hotel Hershey, but it isn't casual and I don't know enough to post a recommendation.

Perhaps you can try your positive approach on another board.

Charlie, the Main Line Mummer

We must eat; we should eat well.

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Perhaps I became frustrated/"positive" because I was frustrated that no one even posted the faintest of suggestions. I feel a responsibility when people ask the same question on the Vancouver board. I geuss I thought a bit of an attitude may help get a reaction. I have heard that the people of Philly were famous for booing Santa Claus.

I geuss now there is no hope. Me and my big mouth.

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David Cooper

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I don't think Hershey is much of a dining destination, which is probably why you haven't received any suggestions. The main reason people go there is for "Hershey". Does she have a car? Maybe you could look at a map and see how far she's willing to drive and ask about some of the other areas. I think the next "big" city is Harrisburg. If she's up for more a more substantial drive on the weekend, there are a ton of places in Philly and the surrounding suburbs...

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they booed santa claus 35 years ago; we've moved on.

i just don't know anything about hershey, is all. except that the super duper looper was the first rollercoaster i was ever on.

if you want to know about most any restaurant in philadelphia west of broad street i've probably been there, though.

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Scott opened the "Washington House" restaurant a few years back. I haven't been in the area to go there, but he's a very nice fellow, cute also. I would be willing to bet that he's trying his all to do me proud. The address is 245 W. Main St. Margut Annville, Pa. 17003 #717-867-2347

Carman

Carman's Country Kitchen

11th and Wharton

Philadelphia, PA

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