Lancaster Central Market
Stuffed. That's what we were when we left Lancaster's Central Market on Saturday morning. Though it was 9am, nothing stopped us from eating a bowl of chili, a few spring rolls, peanut butter eggs, and of course my beloved whoopie pies. The organic vegetables were beautiful and cheap - red peppers were two for a dollar. Wha? The building dates back to the mid 1700s, and was built in the Romanesque Revival style. There are two 72 feet high twin towers and thirteen sets of huge double doors that lead to the 20,000 square foot interior space. The next time you make it to Lancaster, leave the tourist traps behind and check out this beautiful market that celebrates the agricultural bounty of Lancaster County.