This leafy Pennsylvanian village is perfect for a weekend getaway and offers great cuisine worth traveling for. Regional cuisine can be found readily on menus featuring cheesesteaks, grinders and hoagies. Stuffed with provolone, raw onions, lettuce, tomatoes, oregano and oil, hoagies can be ordered with cooked salami and even sautéed spinach. Somewhat more upscale dining can also be found. Attractive lodges boast menus featuring entrees like New York strip steak topped with a truffle butter or a gluten-free Faroe island salmon. Elsewhere in town, those looking for novelty will delight in choosing and cooking their desired cut of meat on an open grill. Choices here include steak, ribs, sausage, shrimp, or clams. Dine outside in the summer and fall. In Schwenksville, vacations and great dining go hand in hand.