Best American Restaurants in Leola

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Best American Restaurants in Leola

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Leola Restaurants

TE'TE'
192 reviews
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Italian | Leola, Lancaster County

Always amazing - a dining experience that can’t be compared to any other. More

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The Log CabinThe Log Cabin
539 reviews
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American | Leola, Lancaster County

Thank you for helping us celebrate a wonderful anniversary! Everything was so lovely!! More

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Funck's RestaurantFunck's Restaurant
126 reviews
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American | Leola, Lancaster County

We had a great time. Our waiter was outstanding and interacted wonderfully with our group. The food was timely and delicious. More

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Osteria AvantiOsteria Avanti
234 reviews
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Italian | Leola, Lancaster County

Wonderful time at a cozy restaurant with fantastic foods. Our server was knowledgeable and friendly. Will definitely be back. More

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Discover Leola

Leola, Pennsylvania, is a small town in Lancaster County that is home to a multitude of American-style restaurants. Fine dining is also available in Leola as there are several establishments with an excellent selection of steak, lobster, and other delicacies. However, the international food in Leola, like the many Italian restaurants and authentic Dutch eateries, shouldn't be missed, either. Other international selections include French and Mexican restaurants. You can find common bistros and pubs serving up your favorite comfort food. There are also multiple restaurants focused on vegetarian or gluten-free menus to meet the needs of specific diets. Of course, when in Amish country, it's imperative to try a slice of shoofly pie.