Category Archives: food

Poll: Should York allow food trucks?

Should York allow food trucks in its central business district? Yes, trucks will bring more people downtown Yes, but only a limited number Undecided No, they’ll put brick and mortar restaurants out of business Created on Apr 22, 2014 View … Continue reading

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City Council denies White Rose Bar and Grill expansion plan

A planned expansion by the White Rose Bar and Grill was voted down 5 to 1 by York City Council on Tuesday night. Councilman David Satterlee cast the lone dissenting vote as other members upheld the Historic Architectural Review Board’s … Continue reading

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Healthy World Cafe in negotiations for a space

When we last checked in with Healthy World Cafe this fall, the pay-what-you-can eatery was quickly growing out of its temporary home at First Moravian Church on North Duke Street. With nearly 120 diners passing through its doors during monthly … Continue reading

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Big box or Mom-and-pop stores? What type of development do you want to see in York?

For one magnificent summer, I lived within walking distance of a Trader Joe’s food store. I’d load up my backpack with low-priced snacks, fruit, veggies and the hallmark Two-Buck Chuck — a $2 bottle of wine. It was glorious.

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City Council hammers out details of food-cart committee

City Council was admittedly working backwards when it hammered out details on a resolution to establish an ad-hoc food cart committee during a work session Wednesday night. Members were named to the new committee, which has been charged with  researching … Continue reading

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York looks to food cart committee for resolution

Officials are pinning their hopes for a resolution to York’s lengthy food cart debate on a recently established food cart committee. Set to meet this week, the committee, which contains members from restaurants, City Council, Central Market, mobile food vendor … Continue reading

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Restaurant Week York set for end of February

Restaurant Week York will be Feb. 22 through March 1, according to a news release. During the week, city restaurants will offer prix-fixe meals for $5, $10, $20 or $30 per person, excluding gratuity, beverages and tax, the release states. … Continue reading

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Darren Borodin to return as Continental Square food cart vendor

Darren Borodin, owner of DKMI Best Hot Dogs, will return to Continental Square for another year after he was awarded the city’s only mobile food cart vendor license Wednesday. “I’m really grateful,” Borodin said. “It will continue to give me … Continue reading

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A second story about a York County food bank hoping for a miracle

One of the last things I did in 2013 was to spend a night at the Harvest of Blessing food bank on South George Street. The story was hard to write — not for the usual reasons — but because … Continue reading

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Central Pennsylvania food truck group wants more vendors in Continental Square: What do you think?

A mobile food vendor advocacy group added its voice to an ongoing debate over changes to York’s food-cart ordinance this week. The Central Pennsylvania Mobile Food Association’s top priority “is to increase the dialogue between York City Council, York City … Continue reading

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