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Susquehanna Life's Winter 2017 Dining Guide

Nov 17, 2017 11:39AM ● By Melanie Heisinger

Best new restaurants,
As chosen by our readers

 
Primanti Bros. (1659 Lititz Pike, Lancaster), based in Pittsburgh, is known for its sandwiches piled high with French fries and coleslaw; you either love them or you don’t.

The chain started in 1933 as a food cart in Pittsburgh’s Strip District and eventually expanded into a storefront on 18th Street in the city.


Roots Eatery (251 N. Progress Ave., Susquehanna Twp.) highlights the Giannakopoulos family's Greek heritage and their love of food and travel. Most menu items are made from scratch, including tomato sauce accompanying flatbread pizza, Greek sausage, hot sauce, pita bread and garlic seasoning. Organic roasted lemony chickens, Greek-style, spin on a rotisserie. Start your meal with the marinated olives, feta cheese and pita bread selection.  


Bollywood Bar & Grille (110 N. Second St., Harrisburg) features Northern Indian cuisine menu and Halal, (preparation of meat as prescribed by Muslim law). Rich spices and aromatic herbs transform vegetables, lentils, and rice into tasty meals that are as fulfilling as they are filling. All-you-can-eat lunch buffet, and a Bollywood theme, highlighting the Indian film industry, with Bollywood trivia and cinema names on the menu and movie posters on the wall. Standouts include Spicy Seafood Soup, Baingan Bharta and a creative variety of Naan, including: with lamb; nuts and raisins; and goat cheese and green chilies.

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