Gypsy Kitchen at the Refectory is a hidden gem in Lancaster. The a Refectory was once the dining hall for Lancaster Seminary, built in early 1900, gothic and stunning. It features two massive fireplaces covered in Mercer tile, woodwork and stained glass windows. The effect is very Hogworts, and at night, with the Edison bulb chandeliers and candles, there is no place more romantic and restful.
The menu here is somewhat limited and there is no liquor license, but you are free to BYOB. I have dined here many times, and the food is always fresh, locally sourced, and beautifully presented. Did I mention delicious?
I highly recommend Gypsy Kitchen. It's well worth the effort it takes to find it.
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