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York’s Destination Hub for Arts, Shopping & Entertainment

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Meagan Feeser Director of Marketing Downtown Inc

Falling in love with downtown York Downtown Inc

is beyond pleased to introduce Downtown York, our new triannual downtown magazine. Within these pages you’ll find information about upcoming special events, as well as a full guide to dining, shopping and attractions in our downtown. Though I was born and raised in York (and a West York Area High School alum!), it took moving back home after a ten-year absence for me to fully embrace my hometown. The growth and change of our downtown in the five years since my return have been nothing short of awe-inspiring and I’m proud to now call myself part of the organization that is working to spearhead downtown’s forward movement. Downtown Inc is the organization working to enhance and encourage investment in York’s central business district. We do that through business recruitment and retention; advertising, marketing and special events; beautifying the landscape and improving physical elements; and working with local police to make downtown a safe place to visit.

As you flip through the pages of Downtown York, I think you’ll see that our organization and our community’s hard work is paying off. Public art. Eclectic dining. Craft brews and cocktails. Two historic farmers markets. Haute to handmade shopping. The 2015 Pennsylvania Trail of the Year. Championship Atlantic League Baseball. First Fridays. Second Saturdays. Who knew you could see it all in York? I did and soon you will too. Get to know downtown York—again or for the first time. Visit www.downtownyorkpa.com and Like Downtown York PA on Facebook to stay in-the-know on all the fantastic things happening in our town. Enjoy,

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About Downtown Inc

The mission of Downtown Inc is to provide a distinctive experience for living, working and recreation in the downtown district. The organization provides an environment that is unique in the region by blending the architectural foundation laid nearly 300 years ago with modern urban living, entertainment and business-friendly atmosphere.

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Downtown Inc represents the interests of property owners, merchants and residents in the revitalization and beautification of the core 26 blocks of York City. The “go-to” organization for all things downtown, Downtown Inc focuses on making downtown York a great place to live, work, shop and dine. The organization is recognized across the Commonwealth as a model Main Street program, winning awards and recognition from state and national trade associations. Downtown Inc’s areas of focus, as consistent with the four points of Main Street, include economic development, physical appearance, promotions, marketing, safety and administration.

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• A downtown is home to locally owned, independent businesses that keep 68% of their revenue recycling back into the community. • A healthy downtown enhances property values and expands the City’s tax base. • A vibrant downtown creates a sense of place and pride for the community. • Downtowns can serve as an incubator— for new, small, and locally owned businesses.

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• A downtown serves as a community space where members of all segments of the community can come together for parades and other community events. • The downtown is usually home to a community’s arts and cultural offerings—which also act as an economic driver and catalyst for business development.


DOWNTOWN INC 2015 Sonia Huntzinger, Executive Director

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BOARD MEMBERS Hilary Arthur, Arthur & Daughters Z. Dylan Bauer, Royal Square Development Joseph Clark, The Stewart Companies Rhon Friend, Friends the Salon John Klinedinst, C.S. Davidson, Inc. Kevin Schreiber, Pennsylvania House of Representatives Patti Stirk, Business Information Group (BIG) Downtown Inc 16 North George Street York, PA 17401 717-849-2331 info@downtownyorkpa.com Cover photo: Seth Nenstiel Photography (sethnenstiel.com) Photography throughout: Digital Ephemera Photography (digitalephemeraphotography.com) and The Susquehanna Photographic (tspweddings.com)

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k e e W e u q i Bout Tuesday - Saturday, September 1 through 5

Downtown’s Most Fashionable Time of Year

Fashion gets top billing in downtown York during York City Boutique Week, September 1 through 5. Downtown retailers will remain open until 7pm each night and host in-store promotions, trunk shows, demos, hands-on activities and more.

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“It’s an amazing week for downtown boutiques. It’s a big party and it’s great to see so many people downtown,” says Melissa Grove, owner of Sweet Melissa’s Dream.

Presented by Members First Federal Credit Union and highlighting the city’s small and

independently owned retailers, York City Boutique Week returns for its fourth year, September 1 through 5. This weeklong celebration of downtown retailers will once again be showcasing fall trends, and how to wear them, throughout the event’s festivities. While we can’t reveal this year’s fashions just yet, last year’s shoppers got a preview of the latest fall styles including leather details, shearling, 1960’s influence, jewel tones, tailored jackets, oversized coats, scarves, gray with the pop of color, geometric prints, leggings and the always-classic string of pearls. What trends will 2015 bring? Make plans to join us downtown September 1 through 5 for your look at what will be fashionable this fall.

“It’s an amazing week for downtown boutiques. It’s a big party and it’s great to see so many people downtown,” says Melissa Grove, owner of Sweet Melissa’s Dream (38 N. Beaver Street). Highlights during the week include a fashion luncheon at Tutoni’s, a kick-off Happy Hour at White Rose Bar & Grill hosted by FlipSide PA, a BROtique Night presented by New Belgium Brewing and The Beer Ace showcasing men’s fashions and beer samples, a Maker’s Night that encourages you to get in on the DIY design fun and exclusive trunk shows during September 4th’s First Friday events. All week long, shoppers will partake of in-store promotions, designer demos, hands-on activities, cocktail samples, and much more as boutiques open their doors until 7pm each night of the week during the event.

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More than 15 downtown boutiques will participate in Boutique Week 2015, debuting brand new fall fashions and holiday previews for men, women and children alike as their shops extend shopping hours until 7pm every night during the celebration. Participating boutiques include: l 56 Urban Provisions - 56 S. Duke Street l Arthur & Daughters - 49 N. Beaver Street l Cherie Anne Designs - 48 W. Philadelphia Street l Elizabeth & West - 15 N. Beaver Street l Indigo Bleu - 39 W. Philadelphia Street l Ironic - 256 W. Philadelphia Street l Junior League of York Thrift Shop - 166 W. Market Street l Kimman’s - 57 N. Beaver Street l Market Haberdashery - inside Central Market l My Girlfriend’s Wardrobe - 41 W. Market Street l Redeux - 113 S. Duke Street l Revolt Style Studio - 29 N. Beaver Street l Sunrise Soap Company - 29 N. Beaver Street l Sweet Melissa’s Dream - 38 N. Beaver Street l The Watchmaker’s Daughter - 22 N. Beaver Street

“The atmosphere, the energy, the growth and the potential of our downtown is out of this world,” says Rebecca Wattenschaidt of Elizabeth & West (15 N. Beaver Street). “Nothing beats consumers that actually want to support small businesses and shop local year round, not just once a year.” York City Boutique Week is marked by a series of special events, culminating in the Boutique Week Fashion Show, which features more than 40 models from participating boutiques, plus some fun surprises by downtown organizations like Brewery Products, Central Market and the York County Heritage Trust.

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Boutique Week isn’t just for the retailers: expect to see many Boutique Week specials at downtown eateries as well, including specialty coffee drinks at The Green Bean Roasting Company (100 S. Beaver Street), a Boutique Week cocktail at White Rose Bar & Grill (48 N. Beaver Street), fashionable cupcake specials at Just Cupcakes (44 W. Philadelphia Street), a Boutique Week pretzel at York City Pretzel Company (39 W. Market Street) and Boutique Week-themed menu items at Bairs’s Fried Chicken (inside Central Market), Baron Von Schwein (35 W. Market Street) and Tutoni’s (108 N. George Street).

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Boutique Week is for Little Fashionistas too! On First Friday, September 4, children can join in the Boutique Week fun with a “Frozen” First Friday event at Central Market (34 W. Philadelphia Street) from 6-8pm, complete with a visit from Princesses Anna and Elsa.

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That evening, Central Market will host kid-friendly vendors, face painting, snacks and a photo booth. Children are invited to wear their fairytale costumes and have a little Boutique Week runway fun with the Frozen princesses.

Fall Trends Luncheon Tutoni’s, 108 N. George Street Tuesday, September 1, 11am-1pm Downtown’s boutique owners invite you to do lunch at this intimate, behind-the-scenes fashion show to kick off York City Boutique Week. Meet the proprietors and stay in-the-know on the fall’s coolest looks. Tickets are limited to this exclusive affair: www.downtownyorkpa.com/yorkcityboutiqueweek

On Saturday, September 5, Central Market and The Enchanted Teapot will host a Frozen Tea Party for children and their parents. The tea party times are 10-11:30am and 12-1:30pm, with Anna and Elsa arriving at 10:30am and 12:30pm.

FlipSide’s Boutique Week Kick-Off Happy Hour White Rose Bar and Grill, 48 N. Beaver Street Tuesday, September 1, 4:30-6:30pm Welcome Boutique Week in style at this exclusive Happy Hour, hosted by FlipSide PA, York’s entertainment magazine. The event is free but pre-registration is required: www.flipsidepa.com/happyhour/ci_28474929. Follow FlipSide PA on Facebook (www.facebook.com/flipsidepa) for details.

Tickets are $20 for two people and can be purchased by emailing: theenchantedteapot01@gmail.com.

Partygoers will enjoy a fruit cup, tea sandwiches, desserts, juices and teas (nut-free items can be made available). Once the princesses arrive, the children will enjoy singalongs, games, face painting and a Frozen-themed craft.

BROtique Night presented by New Belgium Brewing and The Beer Ace Downtown Shops and Restaurants Wednesday, September 2, 5-7pm Boutique Week isn’t just for the ladies! Enjoy men’s fashion popups, beer samples and more as Men’s Night takes over Boutique Week. North Beaver Street will be closed to vehicle traffic from 5-7pm and will be filled with food trucks and men’s accessories vendors. www.facebook.com/YorkCityBoutiqueWeek Maker’s Night Downtown Shops Thursday, September 3, 5-7pm “Be the Maker” at various downtown shops that are offering DIY demos and activities. “Meet the Maker” and interact with designers and artisans at various downtown shops. Sip your way through downtown with featured cocktails at each boutique! www.facebook.com/YorkCityBoutiqueWeek First Friday Trunk Show Night Downtown Shops Friday, September 4, 5-9pm Shop fashion previews and trunk shows all First Friday Night long at downtown boutiques. For the full list of First Friday activities, check out www.facebook.com/DowntownYorkPa. York City Boutique Week Fashion Show Capitol Theatre, 50 N. George Street Saturday, September 5, 7pm Cap off York City Boutique Week with a runway-style fashion show featuring downtown York retailers. Tickets required: www.downtownyorkpa.com/yorkcityboutiqueweek

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s t e g k r o Y ” k c u r t “foods Sunday, September 6

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foodstruck, the free-admission food truck

party, returns for its fourth installment on Sunday, September 6, from 11am-6pm in York City’s beautiful Penn Park.

foodstruck was born on North Pershing Avenue on a rainy evening in October 2013, when 1,700 attendees ate street food under ponchos and umbrellas, despite nine inches of rain falling in Central PA that day. The second foodstruck in April 2014 saw nearly 9,000 attendees again fill North Pershing Avenue on yet another rainy York County night. The event moved to Penn Park in August 2014, expanding from one city block to four square blocks of green space right in the heart of the City of York. On September 6, foodstruck will host 40+ trucks and carts serving a wide range of specialty foods including tacos, BBQ, pizza, Mediterranean, artisanal, seafood, vegan and gluten-free dishes, cupcakes, ice cream and much more. Trucks will be traveling from as far as Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, New Jersey, Delaware and Baltimore, in addition to trucks that call Central PA home.

You won’t go thirsty at foodstruck: event organizers have partnered with CrocodileDog Marketing to include the Treasure Island Beer Garden, bringing craft beers, wine and wine slushies to foodstruck. The foodstruck market returns again with 30+ vendors selling handmade wares, packaged foods and even vinyl records. Market vendors will alternate with food trucks to line the perimeter of the park. foodstruck is a family friendly event. Thanks to Bring On Play, the group responsible for building play structures in our city parks, partygoers will enjoy several large playgrounds and the addition of the new Penn Park Splash Pad, which celebrated its ribbon cutting in July. Bring your own chair or blanket, enjoy some local musicians and eat as much as you desire in the beautiful surroundings of the City of York’s historic Penn Park at foodstruck. For more information, visit www.foodstruckyork.com or Like foodstruck on Facebook: www.facebook.com/foodstruckyork.

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Hidden Art Walking Tour Thursday, September 17

Art is all around you in downtown York

Take a behind-the-scenes tour of historic

downtown properties where beautiful and unexpected masterpieces take center stage. It’s the Hidden Art Walking Tour, led by York enthusiast, JJ Sheffer, and PA State Representative Kevin Schreiber.

From 6-8pm, tourgoers will discover things never imagined behind the doors of downtown buildings. Points of interest from previous tours include the York County Courthouse, whose three domes were inspired by the Florence Cathedral, and the Bonham House, whose walls are adorned with portraits and landscapes painted by the owner, Horace Bonham. If you ask your guides nicely, they may tell you the tale of Horace’s daughter, who allegedly haunts the home. As you travel the streets of downtown York, don’t forget to look up in order to take in all the styles of architecture York City has to offer. With your eyes toward the sky, you’ll catch a peek at the bear gargoyle on the corner of 2 West Market Street in Continental Square and the eagle perched near the top of the former Citizens Bank at the corner of George and Market streets, the site of the Continental Congress treasury, an early version of the Federal Reserve. Another tour stop is the York Water Company building at (130 E. Market Street). Designed by architect William B. Billmeyer to celebrate water, the building was completed in 1930. Zodiac signs can be seen above the windows as a nod to York’s agricultural roots and farmers’ reliance on the stars. Take note of the featured stained-glass windows, ceiling of original frescoes, metal doors made to look like wood and original floral window treatments. Take a pause in Cherry Lane Park, where you’ll view Central Market, Mudhook Brewing Co. and replicas of paintings by Pennsylvania German folk artist Lewis Miller along Clarke Avenue. On this Hidden Art Walking Tour, not only will you get a sneak peek at some of downtown York’s more artistic treasures, you’ll also get the inside scoop on York’s Cultural District happenings and most inspiring hot spots. If you go: The Downtown Hidden Art Walking Tour Thursday, September 17 from 6-8pm. Tickets are $15 and are required. Purchase tickets at yorkhiddenart2015.eventbrite.com.

“York is literally an open-air gallery. All you have to do is look around you,” says Kevin Schreiber, PA State Representative and Hidden Art Tourguide.

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Putting Downtown First Thursday, September 10 For 15 years, Downtown Inc has been recognizing key players in downtown’s revitalization through the Downtown First Awards.

The Downtown First Awards are presented annually to celebrate the people and businesses that put downtown first through their commitments of volunteer service, financial support and advocacy efforts. There are multiple award categories: outstanding small business, large business, individual, volunteer, individual within an organization, merchant and new business. This year marks not only the 15th anniversary of the Awards but a record number of nominees. Nominees are selected by their peers and winners are chosen by an independent selection committee, which is made up of York City residents whose identities are secret. The 2015 Downtown First Awards will be held at Logos Academy, 250 W. King Street, on Thursday, September 10 at 5pm. The cocktail reception held prior to the Awards presentation will be catered by West King Catering and Events, a company owned by Logos Enterprises that hires people who are unemployed, underemployed or can’t find work because they have a prior criminal record. The idea behind Logos Enterprises is to employ more people who are connected to the school—including parents, grandparents and guardians of students—and provide them with opportunities, says Aaron Anderson, the CEO and head of Logos Academy. “We are so excited to be holding the 15th Annual Downtown First Awards at Logos Academy and utilizing their catering company for our event,” explains Meagan Feeser, director of marketing for Downtown Inc. “We are celebrating people who are doing good in our community in a place that is doing good for our community.” Tickets to the Downtown First Awards are $25 and can be purchased at www.downtownyorkpa.com/downtownfirstawards.

The 2015 Downtown First Awards Nominees are: • Linda Amos • Hilary Arthur, Arthur & Daughters • Aeman Bashir • Bell Socialization Services • The Bond • BrewVino • Butera the Florist • Camera Center of York • Matthew Carey, York Rescue Mission • CGA Law Firm • Cherie Anne Designs • Colonial House, Inc. • CORE Design Group • Geron Countess/Bumper Block Project • Dominic DelliCarpini, York College of PA • DiDi & Smiling John’s • Alexandra Dwyer, Royal Square Development Group • Elizabeth & West • Escape Games Live • Nate Fochtman • Fulton Bank • Green Bean Roasting Company • Josh Hankey, Royal Square Development Group • Healthy World Cafe • Jimmy Ilyes, Penn Farmers Market • Indigo Bleu • Junior League of York • Jason Keller • Kimman’s • Albert Lee King Jr., Studio 117 • Leadership York • Pepper’s Grille at Central Market • Punks for Positivity • Richard R. Reilly Attorney at Law • The Rooted Artists Collective • Royal Square Development Group • Amy Schultz, Heidelberg Church • Susan Scofield, HIVE artspace • Patrick Sells, Working Class • Sharmini’s Kitchen • JJ Sheffer, CoWork 155 • David Smith • Elsie Smith • Karen Staub, Watchmaker’s Daughter • Studio 117 • Sunrise Soap Co. • Karin Swartz • Tutoni’s • Weary Arts Group • White Rose Bar & Grill • White Rose Credit Union • Rita Whitney • York City Pretzel Company • York Rescue Mission downtownyorkpa.com

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York Bike Night

Friday, September 25 “The smell of gasoline

and grilled sausage permeated the cool night air as sounds of revving bikes and rock-and-roll echoed through Continental Square,” wrote Gordon Rago of last year’s York Bike Night. Every year in September, West Market Street becomes a sea of endless motorcycles as 2,000 bikes storm their way east from the York Expo Center for the annual Bike Night Parade, which starts its engine at 6pm and lasts about an hour. Spectators line the sidewalks in WeCo and the Market District to see the parade rev by. Organizers recommend coming early to secure a good spot along Market Street. You may also want to consider bringing earplugs, as the festivities can get quite loud.

“Expect to hear motorcycles all weekend. York Bike Night is a great event for the local economy. It fills the restaurants. It fills the hotels. It fills the shops downtown.” – Mary Yeaple, York Bike Night organizer for York City Special Events.

“It was glorious,” Spinner “Spin Man” Crump, a bike club member from Coatesville, says on riding in last year’s parade. “They were all looking at me and showing exuberance for me.” Fellow club member Marlon “Junkyard Dog” Miller agreed, chiming in, “People were admiring my bike. There’s nothing like that.” York Bike Night brings people from all over the United States and even Canada. “It’s fun to walk around and look at all the license plates,” says Mary Yeaple, York Bike Night organizer for York City Special Events. Immediately following the bike parade, downtown erupts into one big street party until 10pm with live entertainment on four different stages, food vendors, information displays, exhibitors, artisans, face painting, caricatures and more. A Bike Night favorite is the parking lot at White Rose Bar & Grill, which opens up for the evening with an outdoor bar and live music. This year’s Bike Night theme is “Trikes,” and the parade will be led by a select group of trike motorcycles, which will then be on display at Continental Square throughout the evening. York Bike Night is a free event. For more information on York Bike Night, visit www.yorkcity.org/bikenight. Please note: The following streets will be closed from 5pm until the event concludes: Market Street from Pershing to Duke, George Street from King to Philadelphia, and Beaver Street from King to Philadelphia. Parking restrictions will begin at 1pm.

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On Sunday, October 4, two extraordinary nonprofits will offer an unforgettable dining experience, smack dab in the middle of North Beaver Street in downtown York. It’s the third annual Farm to City Dinner and it’s an event not to be missed.

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Each year, more than 200 local food lovers and farm supporters gather on a Sunday afternoon to enjoy a delicious family-style meal on one of downtown York’s busiest streets. The Farm to City Dinner benefits York County Buy Fresh Buy Local and Healthy World Café and includes a locally sourced, freshly made dinner served family style; local beers, ciders and wines; a silent auction and musical entertainment. Tables topped with the finest fall harvest from local farms, wineries and pastures are the backdrop to this unique event. Drawing from the rich and diverse abundance of regional farmfresh foods, the meal is comprised of produce and ingredients donated by more than 30 local farms and vendors, and is served and organized by more than 100 volunteers, making the Farm to City Dinner a truly collaborative community-driven event.

York County Buy Fresh Buy Local connects consumers with locally grown food and farm products to make it easier to find, choose and appreciate great local foods while supporting the farmers and lands that produce them. For more information, visit www.buyfreshbuylocalyork.com. Healthy World Café, located at 24 S. George Street, is one of a growing number of community cafes around the country that offers a pay-how-you-can model. They aim to build a sustainable community by providing a nourishing, locally sourced and madefrom-scratch menu in a welcoming, non-stigmatized environment where one pays what they are able. If one is unable to pay, they are able to exchange work in lieu of payment. For more information and café hours, visit www.healthyworldcafe.org.

To get your tickets to this unique and fun event, follow Farm to City Street Dinner on Facebook for updates and availability: www.facebook.com/FarmToCityDinnerYork.

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All Hallows’ Weekend, traditionally the weekend preceding Halloween, is filled with fall fun and spooky surprises for big kids and little kids alike. Yorkers really love Halloween traditions.

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“Before I moved here, I had never seen people decorate their houses for Halloween,” says Eric Menzer, president of the York Revolution, who produces the York Halloween Parade. All Hallows’ Weekend actually begins on Wednesday, October 21 and Thursday, October 22 as Downtown Inc presents the Spooky York Downtown Dark History Tour. A walking tour lasting two and a half hours, this historical stroll makes stops at historical locations with haunted pasts in our downtown. You’ll learn about York’s ties to the Underground Railroad, the famous Hex Murder Trial, haunted theaters and hotels, and even a gory tale involving cannibals and exhumation. Stories on this tour have been curated by local historian Scott Butcher, who penned the book, Spooky York, Pennsylvania. Check-in begins at 6pm in Continental Square, which will serve as step-off point. Tickets are required for this popular tour, which historically sells out every year: www.downtownyorkpa.com/allhallowsweekend.


Masquerade Ball On Saturday, October 24 at 6pm, it’s time to go incognito at Downtown Inc’s Masquerade Ball at the historic Penn Market (380 W. Market Street). Powered by Shipley Energy, the Masquerade Ball is Downtown Inc’s signature fundraising gala, featuring a cocktail hour with delightful surprises, an exquisite autumn-themed meal catered by The Accomac, an immersive audio-visual light show and dancing into the late hours. Black tie attire is optional; masks are not. Penn Market is York’s most historic covered market, opening its doors in 1866. Shortly after the end of the Civil War, leaders in the Bottstown section of York sought to solve a problem: they had a growing population and no market to service those folks, plus farmers in that west end of York City. They created what is today called the Penn Street Farmers Market. Today, Penn Market is the anchor of WeCo, the neighborhood west of the Codorus Creek, and is the focus of revitalization efforts set on bringing the market back to its former glory. On October 24, the market will shine as the host of the Masquerade Ball and its splendor will be unmasked to those in attendance. The Masquerade Ball is a sell-out event, so attendees are encouraged to secure their tickets soon at www.downtownyorkpa.com/ masqueradeball.

Angel Amble/Devil Dash 5K For folks who want to make room for all the forthcoming Halloween candy, the Angel Amble/Devil Dash 5k takes place on Sunday, October 25 at 1pm. This is the second annual run, which benefits the Angels of the Parks program. Angels of the Park is designed to get community organizations and local businesses involved in helping to renovate York City parks by adopting a park and helping to renovate it through volunteering hours and/or raising funds to purchase supplies and maintenance materials. The 5k takes place in Continental Square, Market Street and George Street and immediately precedes the York Halloween Parade. Pre-registration required and can be done by visiting www. yorkhalloweenparade.com.

Halloween Parade Presented by York Traditions Bank and produced by the York Revolution and Eventive, the York Halloween Parade is back for its 66th year with floats, marching bands and more. The Halloween Parade can be dated to 1897 when York Manufacturing, now Johnson Controls, started an annual Halloween procession. It later became a city-wide event, according to Jeffrey Rodengen’s ‘The Legend of York International.’ The 2-mile parade steps off at West Market Street and Richland Avenue, near the York Expo Center, and proceeds down Market Street through downtown York, ending at Broad Street. Thousands of spectators line West Market Street, seated in lawn chairs and on blankets, to watch the parade march by. For more information, visit www.yorkhalloweenparade.com. downtownyorkpa.com

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Window Shopping

First Friday, November 6 It’ll begin to look a lot like Christmas in downtown York on First Friday, November 6, when downtown boutiques reveal their holiday windows during the “Holiday Open House.” Make plans for a window shopping tour or get a jumpstart on your holiday shopping as you walk through a downtown winter window wonderland in the Market District and Royal Square neighborhoods. Start your tour on North Beaver Street, as you check out the windows at Elizabeth & West, Watchmaker’s Daughter, Park Street Pantry, Sunrise Soap Company, Sweet Melissa’s Dream and Arthur & Daughters, whose holiday windows will be inspired by the Dior Fall 2013 Couture Show. If you’re looking for a Winter Wonderland, look no further than Kimman’s, located at the corner of North Beaver and West Philadelphia Streets. Peer into a living snow globe as the windows of one of downtown’s favorite gift shops turn into a frozen holidayscape. Turn the corner onto West Philadelphia Street to take in the holiday sights at shops like Indigo Bleu, Cherie Anne Designs and Nuts About Granola. On West Market Street, take a stroll past the windows at Clay Path Studio and My Girlfriend’s Wardrobe, while peering at York City Pretzel Company’s Christmas tree, decorated with actual pretzels (and why not stop in for a hot, fresh soft pretzel or two?).

A quick walk to the Royal Square Neighborhood, just two blocks east and one block south, will reward you with holiday sights in the windows of 56 Urban Provisions, Redeux, The Parliament, PRIME Art Supply and HIVE artspace. The entire city will be alit in holiday decorations on First Friday, December 4, for Light Up Night. Don’t miss the Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Continental Square, starting at 6pm.

Black Friday

Friday, November 27 Start your shopping season in line at White Rose Bar & Grill early on Friday, November 27. Each year on Black Friday, White Rose offers gift cards valued at $50 for just $25 to the first 500 people in line. Hundreds of shoppers line up outside the restaurant, located at 48 N. Beaver Street, to snatch up the popular deal.

“Every year we completely sell out in an hour and a half,” says Jeremiah Anderson, general manager and partner at the restaurant. Don’t despair if you aren’t one of the first 500: after the half-priced gift cards are gone, for every $50 you spend on gift cards, you’ll still receive a $10 promotional card to use at the White Rose. For information on other downtown eateries offering Black Friday gift certificate specials, Like Downtown York Pa on Facebook (www. facebook.com/DowntownYorkPa) or visit www.downtownyorkpa. com.

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Small Business Saturday Saturday, November 28

While everyone knows that Black Friday (the day after Thanksgiving) is the official start of the holiday shopping season for malls and big-box stores, small independent realtors look to the following day to jumpstart their season. Small Business Saturday, which American Express launched in 2010 and promotes heavily, has become one of the busiest days of the year for many independent retailers. In 2014, more than two-thirds (67%) of the U.S. population were aware of Small Business Saturday. Those consumers reported spending $14.3 billion with independent retailers and restaurants on Small Business Saturday last year, with the average person who shopped that day spending $162.

For Small Business Saturday 2015, which falls on Saturday, November 28, Kimman’s will kick off a series of sales that will take place every Sunday through the holiday season. Shoppers can take advantage of Buy Two, Get the Third Free Sales on Kimman’s top sellers every Sunday in December.

Last year, Elizabeth & West (15 N. Beaver Street) celebrated its first Small Business Saturday, ringing up more than $3,000 in sales. It was owner Rebecca Wattenschaidt’s biggest one-day total since she opened in May 2014.

Downtown York celebrates Small Business Saturday in style, with dozens of downtown retailers offering earlier shopping hours, discounts, promotions and gifts with purchase. Arthur & Daughters will greet early-morning shoppers with mimosas and cake. Expect similar treats (like free coffee) and rewards at shops all across downtown York, where you’ll also receive a free #ShopSmall tote bag with your purchase.

For Caroline Morris, proprietor of Kimman’s (57 N. Beaver Street), the arrival of Small Business Saturday was a game changer. “It is the BIGGEST day of the year for us,” says Morris. “It is very humbling to see the number of people who turn out to shop locally on Small Business Saturday. Our customers tell us that they have stopped by just to support us and thank us! Wow!”

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For information on Small Business Saturday specials, Follow Downtown York Pa on Facebook (www.facebook.com/DowntownYorkPa) or visit www.downtownyorkpa.com.


Extended Holiday Hours With many boutiques offering extended weeknight holiday hours until 7pm or later and weekend holiday hours, not to mention free on-street and garage parking after 5pm and on weekends, downtown York is the perfect holiday shopping destination. From handmade to haute, our downtown boutiques have got the goods to fill your gift-giving needs. Most downtown boutiques in the Market District and Royal Square Neighborhood will also offer special Sunday shopping hours to accommodate your holiday shopping schedule. Plan a visit to the Market District and shop your way down North Beaver Street, West Market Street and West Philadelphia Street. If you need to refuel, duck in for a bite at one of the many Market District eateries. Bonus points if you pick up a gift certificate and cross another item off your shopping list. A shopping trip downtown is not complete without a stop in Royal Square, the burgeoning artists’ neighborhood located just south of the historic Yorktowne Hotel. Here you’ll find eclectic shops and galleries filled with gifts to please even the pickiest recipient. And if you’re one of those picky recipients, many downtown shops, like Arthur & Daughters, Elizabeth & West, Indigo Bleu and Watchmaker’s Daughter, will offer “style cards” during the holiday season that women can fill out so their husbands or boyfriends know what style of fashion to buy them. Follow Downtown York PA on Facebook (www.facebook.com/ DowntownYorkPa) for the most up-to-date information on holiday YCCF_VibrantAd.pdf 1 7/27/15 11:19 AM shopping hours and specials.

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GETTING HERE AND PARKING Downtown York is easily accessible from all points North, South, East and West. Main arteries you want to look for? George Street and Queen Street from the North and South; Market Street and Philadelphia Street from the East and West. From Lancaster: Take Route 30 West to North George Street. Turn left onto North George Street. Follow straight.

WeCo [wee-koh] Go West to WeCo. Located just across the Codorus Creek, WeCo is a diverse business district with restaurants, shopping, entertainment, community activities and local businesses. Here you’ll also find the Penn Farmers Market.

Market District Anchored by Central Market, the Market District spans from Market Street through the North George Street corridor. Shop, dine and be entertained throughout the downtown core from Continental Square to Santander Stadium.

Royal Square Neighborhood Home to artists’ collectives, galleries and eclectic retail locations, Royal Square is an emerging arts and shopping destination in downtown York. Royal Square’s regal name comes from its imperial location, flanked by Princess, Duke, King and Queen Streets.

From Harrisburg and all points North: Take I-83 South to Route 30 West, Exit 22 (N. George St.). Stay in the middle lane and turn right at the light on to North George Street. Follow straight. From Gettysburg: Take Route 30 East to North George Street. Turn right onto North George Street. Follow straight. From South/Baltimore: Take I-83 North to South George Street Exit. Follow Business I-83/South George Street. PARKING Parking is plentiful in York City, with 350 on-street meters and 1,260 garage spaces in three garages conveniently located within walking distance to downtown attractions. GARAGES • Market Street Garage (41 E. Market Street) • Philadelphia Street Garage (25 W. Philadelphia Street) • King Street Garage (15 W. King Street) • Central Market Parking Deck (W. Philadelphia and N. Beaver Streets) Parking in York City garages is $2.50 per hour from 8am to 5pm. Free Garage Parking Monday through Friday, 5pm-8am Saturday and Sunday, ALL DAY *Please note: occasionally a $6 Strand Event fee may be in effect in the Philadelphia Street Garage only during large Strand-Capitol events. PARKING METERS Enforcement Hours: Monday through Friday, 8am-5pm (Free on Sundays and holidays observed by the City of York) Saturday from 9am-3pm for parking meters located in the “Retail Zone”/Core The “Retail Zone” is: • George Street between King Street and North Street • Beaver Street between King Street and Gas Avenue • Market Street between Duke Street and Pershing Avenue • Philadelphia Street between Duke Street and Pershing Avenue Meters are marked with the hours of operation and enforcement. Meter Rates: $0.05 - 3 minutes, $0.10 - 6 minutes, $0.25 - 15 minutes A maximum of 2 hours is allowed at all York City meters. SmartMeters Park with one easy swipe: SmartMeters in the City of York. Over 200 SmartMeters in the Retail Zone/Core of downtown York allow for payment with both credit cards and coins. Please direct all parking questions, concerns and comments to: York City Parking Bureau, 717-815-0517. downtownyorkpa.com

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Winterfest Craft Fair in Cherry Lane December 4 & 5

Find the perfect gift and experience holiday shopping like never before at a tradition that dates back to medieval Germany! The Winterfest Craft Fair is inspired by the traditional Christmas Markets in Germany like the famous Christkindlmarkt in Nuremberg. During the Middle Ages, townspeople gathered to shop in open air markets during the holiday season, and now, visitors to downtown York can do the same at Winterfest Craft Fair. Presented by YorShoppes, the fair will feature handmade goods by local artisans and crafters. From jewelry and handmade pottery to natural soaps and delicious foods, this shopping paradise in Cherry Lane will be packed with old world charm, holiday cheer and possibly that perfect present.

The first weekend of December will offer a brand new holiday shopping experience in downtown York as two holiday markets open their doors for the first time in Cherry Lane Park and Royal Square. Partake in open-air shopping at the Winterfest Craft Fair or warm up inside The Bond at the holiday Bandit Bazaar, both taking place the weekend of December 5.

YorShoppes is a pop-up retail incubator, a co-op of artisans comprised of local businesses with Etsy accounts, online-only retailers, retailers from the suburbs who want to try out a downtown location and new entrepreneurs. Knowing that there is strength in numbers, the group regularly “pops up� in otherwise unused locations to add to the vitality of downtown retail. This holiday season, YorShoppes will be popping up in spectacular fashion with the inaugural Winterfest Craft Fair in Cherry Lane. For more information, visit www.yorshoppes.com.

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The inaugural Bandit Bazaar, a holiday gift market featuring the best steals from across the Mid-Atlantic, will be held December 5 from 10am-7pm at The Bond Wedding & Events Venue (134 E. King Street). Shop the wares of makers selling gift items like crafts, artisan trades, re-used materials, trendy trinkets and everything in between. The market will feature vendors from Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Washington, D.C. and beyond. Shopping will be accompanied by local food trucks and specialty beverages, a DIY kids’ area, live music and carolers, a fresh wreath-making stand and Christmas trees for sale in the Bond parking lot. Situated on the cornerstone of the Royal Square Neighborhood, The Bond hosts Central PA’s first industrial event space. This unique, post-industrial venue houses 45,000 square feet of artisan space, coworking space, and an art gallery, and is recognized as downtown’s newest hub for weddings, social gatherings and corporate events. This holiday shopping market will benefit The Parliament Arts Organization, which advances social and economic revitalization of York by providing professional development and event programming for creatives and cultural venues. Since the organization’s start in 2011, its revitalization efforts have brought in over seventeen new businesses including artist studios, galleries, and boutiques to the Royal Square District. The Parliament remains an affordable place for artists to work and grow by providing studio space and collaborating on community events and revitalization efforts. For more information, visit www.parliamentyork.org.

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Start Off... Start your New Year’s Eve festivities at Mudhook Brewing Company (34 N. Cherry Lane), where they bring old world flair to the holiday by celebrating Belgian-style. The event marks the release of their Belgian Dubbel brew, a brown ale with “understated bitterness, fairly heavy body and pronounced fruitiness with cereal character,” according to Mudhook owner, Jeff Lau. Partygoers can also dine on traditional Belgian fare like Belgian Stoofvlees (stew) and freshly made Belgian Waffles. At 6pm—midnight in Brussels—the crowd moves outside to Cherry Lane to watch the infamous Pint Drop.

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“Each city has its own traditions of dropping a rose, or bologna (Lebanon) to kick off the New Year,” says Lau. “Since we’re a brewing company, we’ll be dropping a pint.” For more information on the Belgian New Year celebration, Follow Mudhook’s Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/ mudhookbrewing.

WellSupported. WellSpan is proud to support First Friday in York.

For All Ages... If you’re looking for a New Year’s Eve event to accommodate all ages, bring your little ones to Central Market (34 W. Philadelphia Street) for a children’s New Year’s Eve party from 6-8pm. Enjoy complimentary hats and noisemakers for youngsters, family-friendly entertainment, inflatables, photo backdrops and props, glitter tattoos, face painting and a balloon drop countdown at 8pm. Select Central Market vendors will be open with food and beverages for sale. For more information on this kid-friendly event, follow Central Market York on Facebook, www.facebook.com/CentralMarketYork.

At Midnight... Of course, at midnight you don’t want to miss the traditional white rose drop in Continental Square. The crowd begins to assemble around 11:30pm to count down the last few seconds of 2015 and watch the brightly-lit white rose make its descent down the side of the former Citizens Bank building on the northeast corner of Continental Square. Once the white rose drops, a dazzling fireworks display lights up the sky and welcomes 2016 with a bang, literally.

From supporting the City of York to supporting your individual health goals, WellSpan is proud to be an active member of this community. In addition to finding innovative ways to help you feel your best, we’re also investing and partnering with others to ensure this is a vibrant and healthy place to live, work, and play for each and every one of us. Learn more about our efforts at WellSpan.org/Community

It’s important to note that Market Street from Beaver to Duke and George Street from Philadelphia to King will be closed from 11 pm on December 31 until approximately 1 am on January 1. Parking will be restricted in that area beginning at 9 pm. Don’t forget: parking is free at York City meters and in the three garages after 5pm. For more infor mation, visit www.yorkcity.org/NYE.

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September 1-5

York City Boutique Week Downtown Shops and Restaurants

Presented by Members First Federal Credit Union, Boutique Week is a fashion-focused week celebrating downtown York’s independently owned home and apparel retailers. Featuring extended shopping hours until 7pm, in-store promotions, trunk shows and more, culminating in the York City Boutique Week Fashion Show on Saturday, September 5 at 7pm at the Capitol Theatre.

www.downtownyorkpa.com/yorkcityboutiqueweek Friday, September 4, 5-9pm

First Friday September

Downtown Shops and Restaurants

Presented by WellSpan Health, First Friday is a celebration of downtown shops, restaurants, cultural venues, and nightlife hotspots. From 5-9pm, downtown shops and restaurants host special events, offer refreshments & promotions, and sponsor live entertainment. September’s First Friday theme is “Boutique Week.”

www.downtownyorkpa.com/firstfridays Saturday, September 5

Frozen Tea Party at Central Market

Central Market, 34 W. Market Street

Little ones can join in Boutique Week fun with a Frozen-themed tea party, brought to you by The Enchanted Teapot. Tickets required.

www.facebook.com/centralmarketyork Saturday, September 5, 7pm

York City Boutique Week Fashion Show Capitol Theatre, 50 N. George Street

Cap off York City Boutique Week with a runway-style fashion show featuring downtown York retailers. Tickets required.

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First Fridays Everyone is invited to attend First Friday in downtown York when stores, restaurants, galleries and pubs offer extended hours and specials from 5-9pm on the First Friday of every month.

Presented by WellSpan Health, First Friday is a celebration of downtown shops, eateries, cultural venues and nightlife hotspots. More than 60 downtown shops and restaurants host special events, offer refreshments and promotions, and sponsor live entertainment. First Friday events began in 2005 and are organized by Downtown Inc, the nonprofit charged with promoting York City’s core business district. “They’ve been growing exponentially since then,” says Sonia Huntzinger, Downtown Inc’s executive director. From WeCo to the Market District to Royal Square, thousands of visitors to downtown fill the streets, shops and restaurants, participating in the monthly themed activities, enjoying complimentary beer samples from The Beer Ace and celebrating all that downtown York has to offer. Parking is free in York City after 5pm at both parking meters and the three York City garages, making it easy and convenient to join in the First Friday revelry. First Friday-goers are invited to participate in the fun on social media as well, posting photos and videos with the hashtag #FFYork. Upcoming First Friday Themes: September 4: Boutique Week October 2: Eat, Drink & Be Scary November 6: Holiday Open House December 4: Light Up Night For information on all things First Friday, visit www.downtownyorkpa.com/firstfridays and Like Downtown Inc on Facebook: www.facebook.com/DowntownYorkPa.


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Sunday, September 6, 11am-6pm

foodstruck

Penn Park, 100 W. College Avenue

Central PA’s largest free-admission food truck party. Featuring food trucks, merchants, live music, a beer garden and family fun in four square blocks of green space in the heart of York City.

www.foodstruckyork.com Thursday, September 10, 5pm

Downtown First Awards

Logos Academy, 250 W. King Street

Presented by Glatfelter Insurance Group, the Downtown First Awards recognize businesses, organizations, and individuals who put downtown York first through their commitments of time, advocacy and resources. Celebrate downtown with a cocktail reception at 5pm. The awards ceremony begins at 6pm. Tickets required.

www.downtownyorkpa.com/downtownfirstawards

Saturday, September 12, 10am-2pm

Second Saturday in the City Downtown Shops and Restaurants

Join the Cultural Alliance of York County for fun, free family activities throughout downtown. From 10am-2pm, enjoy live performances, hands-on activities, and entertainment throughout York City. September’s Second Saturday theme is “Let’s Make Music!”

www.2ndsaturdayyork.org Thursday, September 17, 6-8pm

Hidden Art Walking Tour Downtown York

Discover things you never imagined behind the doors of downtown buildings. Get a sneak peek at some of downtown York’s artistic treasures. This tour takes you behind the scenes at several historic properties where beautiful and unexpected masterpieces are center stage. You’ll also get the inside scoop on York’s Cultural District happenings and most inspiring hotspots. Led by JJ Sheffer and Representative Kevin Schreiber. Tickets required.

www.downtownyorkpa.com/events/hiddenarttour

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Saturday, October 10, 9am-4pm

York White Rose Run

The County Cup

The first York White Rose Run was held in 1977 and has been run on the streets of York City for 38 consecutive years. The race has drawn as many as 600+ runners and has been known to attract a field of elite runners from the local and regional areas including Philadelphia, Baltimore, and New York. The five-mile course starts on Beaver Street near the York Central Market House, meanders throughout York City, climbs the hills to Farquhar Park and finishes straight and fast down Beaver Street to the White Rose Bar & Grill. The York White Rose Run is proud to be affiliated with the WellSpan Health Running Series and is the last of seven series events.

The County Cup is a 1920s themed, charity croquet tournament on the outfield of Santander Bank Stadium, sponsored by the York County PA Rotary Clubs. Featuring kids’ activities, food trucks, beverages, live music and more.

N. Beaver Street

www.yorkwhiteroserun.com

Santander Stadium, 5 Brooks Robinson Way

www.thecountycup.org Wednesday, October 21, 6-8:30pm

Thursday, October 22, 6-8:30pm

Spooky York Downtown Dark History Tour

Continental Square Friday, September 25, 6-10pm

York Bike Night Downtown York

The Bike Night street party (parade, live entertainment on four stages, food vendors, information displays and more) takes place in and around Continental Square in Downtown York. The Bike Night parade leaves from the York Expo Center at 6pm (staging begins 4:30pm). www.yorkcity.org/bikenight

Friday, October 2, 5-9pm

October First Friday

Downtown Shops and Restaurants

Presented by WellSpan Health, First Friday is a celebration of downtown shops, restaurants, cultural venues, and nightlife hotspots. From 5-9pm, downtown shops and restaurants host special events, offer refreshments & promotions, and sponsor live entertainment. October’s First Friday theme is “Eat, Drink & Be Scary.”

www.downtownyorkpa.com/firstfridays Saturday, October 3, 10am-2pm

York Flea

West Clarke Avenue The inaugural YorkFlea is a street fair flea market held on West Clarke Avenue between North Beaver Street and North Pershing Avenue. Shop an eclectic collection of community members, vendors, artisans and makers on the streets of downtown York. The event will feature local food and live music.

www.facebook.com/revoltstylestudio Sunday, October 4

Farm to City Street Dinner North Beaver Street

Enjoy an unforgettable dining experience on North Beaver Street in downtown York. The event includes a locally sourced, freshly made dinner served family style; local beers, ciders, and wines; a silent auction; and musical entertainment. Tickets required.

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Quartering, cannibals and hauntings, oh my. Downtown Inc presents the Spooky York Downtown Dark History Tour. Kick off All Hallows’ Weekend with a walking tour in Downtown York with your tourguide, Meg Feeser. Check-in begins at 6:00pm in Continental Square, which will serve as step-off point.

www.downtownyorkpa.com/allhallowsweekend Saturday, October 24, 6pm

Downtown Inc Masquerade Ball

Penn Farmers Market, 380 West Market Street

Powered by Shipley Energy, the Masquerade Ball is Downtown Inc’s signature fundraising gala. The Ball features a cocktail hour with delightful surprises, an exquisite meal by The Accomac, an immersive audio-visual light show and dancing into the late hours. Black tie optional; masks are not. Tickets required:

www.downtownyorkpa.com/masqueradeball Sunday, October 25, 1pm

Angel Amble/Devil Dash 5k

Continental Square, Market and George Streets Run like the devil before the 66th York Halloween Parade to benefit Angels of The Parks. Registration required:

www.yorkhalloweenparade.com Sunday, October 25, 2-4pm

York Halloween Parade

Market Street from Richland Avenue to Broad Street Presented by the York Revolution and York Traditions Bank, the York Halloween Parade is back for its 66th year with floats, marching bands and more.

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Pumpkin Fest

Central Market, 34 W. Philadelphia Street A free pumpkin festival for the entire family. Kids are encouraged to come in costume for trick-or-treating, a costume parade, pumpkin decorating, crafts and games. Check out pumpkin specials from market vendors all week long like pumpkin spice brownies, pumpkin pancakes, pumpkin butternut curry and more.

www.facebook.com/CentralMarketYork Friday, November 6, 5-9pm

November First Friday

Downtown Shops and Restaurants

Presented by WellSpan Health, First Friday is a celebration of downtown shops, restaurants, cultural venues, and nightlife hotspots. From 5-9pm, downtown shops and restaurants host special events, offer refreshments & promotions, and sponsor live entertainment. November’s First Friday theme is “Holiday Open House.”

www.downtownyorkpa.com/firstfridays Saturday, November 7, 2pm

Sweetest Pint Downtown Beer & Pumpkin Tasting Tour Downtown Shops and Restaurants

The Sweetest Pint Downtown Tasting Tours are a series of downtown pub and restaurant crawls that marry craft beer with inspired dishes. The fall tour pairs pumpkin-infused plates with fall beers and is sponsored by The Beer Ace. Proceeds from ticket sales benefit Downtown Inc. Tickets required:

www.downtownyorkpa.com/sweetestpint Saturday, November 28

Small Business Saturday

Downtown Shops and Restaurants

Support your local businesses by shopping small on Saturday, November 28 for Small Business Saturday. Enjoy specials and in-store promotions at downtown shops and restaurants.

www.facebook.com/DowntownYorkPa #ShopSmallYork Friday, December 4, 5-9pm

Light Up Night

Continental Square and Downtown Shops and Restaurants Light Up Night is a multicultural celebration that features live entertainment and activities in multiple locations (Capitol Theatre, Continental Square, Central Market, Christ Lutheran Church, and Martin Library), family-friendly activities, food, carol singalongs, the lighting of the York City Christmas Tree (tree lighting ceremony begins 6:20pm) and the arrival of the most important guest, Santa. Fun for the whole family!

www.yorkcity.org/lightupnight

Sweetest Pint

You’ve tried pumpkin-flavored beers, but have you ever paired your beer with pumpkin? On Saturday, November 7, you’ll have the chance to do just that on the Sweetest Pint Downtown Beer and Pumpkin Tasting Tour, presented by The Beer Ace to benefit Downtown Inc. The Sweetest Pint Downtown Tasting Tours are a series of downtown pub and restaurant crawls that marry craft beer with inspired dishes. “There’s really a limitless opportunity for what food groups you can pair with beer,” says Nate Fochtman, vice president of craft and business development at Ace Distributing. The fall tour pairs pumpkin-infused plates with fall beers at seven downtown locations. Expect both savory and sweet dishes to excite and surprise your palate. Past tours have featured menu items like chocolate mole pizza, chocolate ravioli, blueberry bacon blinis and strawberry jam-filled soft pretzels. The idea of pairing unexpected menu items with craft beer was born in 2012, when Wolfgang Candy Company and Gavin Advertising held the first-ever Sweetest Pint Beer and Chocolate Pub Crawl event to benefit Downtown Inc. Since then, the event has grown to include Beer and Chocolate, Beer and Berries and the Beer and Pumpkin tours and to focus as much on the food as the beer. “We really encourage the chefs to think outside of the box and have some fun with their pairing menus,” says Meagan Feeser, director of marketing of Downtown Inc and organizer of the tours. The Sweetest Pint Tours’ appeal goes beyond just being a foodie or beer event. They present an opportunity for creative collaboration among downtown eateries and serve as a great introduction to the downtown York dining scene. As one past attendee, Danille Carroll of Springettsbury Township says, “We like being able to just see what downtown has to offer. We also like to eat, so this is a great excuse to do a lot of that.” Sweetest Pint tickets are limited to 150 attendees and sell out quickly. For more information and tickets, visit www. downtownyorkpa.com/sweetestpint. downtownyorkpa.com

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Friday, December 4, 5-9pm

December First Friday

Downtown Shops and Restaurants

Presented by WellSpan Health, First Friday is a celebration of downtown shops, restaurants, cultural venues, and nightlife hotspots. From 5-9pm, downtown shops and restaurants host special events, offer refreshments & promotions, and sponsor live entertainment. December’s First Friday theme is “Light Up Night.”

Engaged in the Arts

www.downtownyorkpa.com/firstfridays Friday, December 4, 4-9pm Saturday, December 5, 9am-7pm

Winterfest Craft Fair Cherry Lane Court

Plein aire holiday shopping in beautiful Cherry Lane Court, brought to you by YorShoppes. Rain or shine, featuring works by local crafters and artisans.

www.yorshoppes.com Saturday, December 5, 10am-7pm

Bandit Bazaar in Royal Square

The Bond, 134 E. King Street

www.ycp.edu/cce

The York College Center for Community Engagement understands the value of a strong cultural district. That's why York College students are making art in the heart of downtown York's Arts and Market districts. Led by the Appell Arts Fellow and the dedicated teachers of the Fine Arts and Graphic Design programs, the art studio at Marketview Arts is a hub of creativity and a sign of York College's growing commitment to supporting the renaissance of downtown York. We want our students to know that York is their home - From Day One.

(left to right): Ry Fryar, M.F.A, Coordinator of Fine Arts; Anya Felch, 2015 Appell Arts Fellow; Dominic DelliCarpini, Ph.D., Dean of the Center for Community Engagement; Melanie Rodgers, M.F.A., Coordinator of Graphic Design.

A holiday gift market featuring the best steals from across the Mid-Atlantic, hosted by The Parliament Arts Organization. The event will feature vendors from Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, DC, and beyond. Shopping will be accompanied by local food and drink, a kids’ DIY area, live music, carolers and plenty of holiday cheer.

www.facebook.com/RoyalSquareYorkPa Saturday, December 19, 10am

Santa at Central Market

Central Market, 34 W. Philadelphia Street

Get your photo with Santa in the Philadelphia St. seating area. Bring your Christmas list and visit with the jolly fellow and stock up on all your Holiday needs. Holiday kids’ craft at YorKitchen, starting at 10am while supplies last.

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Thursday, December 31, 6-8pm

New Year’s Eve Children’s Countdown

Central Market, 34 W. Philadelphia Street

Kiddos can celebrate New Year’s Eve too! Enjoy complimentary hats and noisemakers for youngsters, family-friendly entertainment, inflatables, photo backdrops and props, glitter tattoos, face painting and a balloon drop countdown. Select Central Market vendors will be open with food and beverages for sale.

www.yorkcity.org/NYE Friday, January 1, 12am midnight

New Year’s Eve White Rose Drop

Continental Square

Welcome 2016 in style in downtown York. At midnight, watch the White Rose drop, followed by a fireworks display over Continental Square.

www.yorkcity.org/NYE Ongoing

Susquehanna Ale Trail

Bold Hops. Rich flavor. Great beer. That’s the philosophy behind the brewing locations of the Susquehanna Ale Trail, a collection of establishments beginning in the heart of Downtown York, continuing into the growing brewery hub of Hanover and stretching across Central Pennsylvania. Each member shares a commitment to creating good times and great beer. You’re invited to see and taste firsthand how well-known names and up-and-coming brewers of the booming American craft beer industry alike got their starts and are continuing to drive innovation. For participating locations, events and more, visit www.SusquehannaAleTrail.com.

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AT TRAC TIONS, DINING AND SHOPPING GUIDE Downtown York Visitors Information Center (Central Market) / 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 1-888-858-YORK / www.yorkpa.org

ATTRACTIONS FACTORY TOURS

New Grounds Roasting Company

284 W. Market St. / 717-843-0716 www.newgroundscoffee.com Tours are free. Please call in advance.

Sunrise Soap Company

29 N. Beaver St. / 717-858-4549 www.sunrisesoapco.com Tue., Thurs., Fri. 11am-3pm, Sat. 9am-4pm

York City Pretzel Company

39 W. Market St. www.yorkcitypretzelcompany.com Mon.-Sat., 8am-3pm, Sun. 10am-3pm. First Fridays & Special Events special hours; Tours by appt.

York Time Institute

312 W. Market St. / 717-848-3152 www.yorktimeinstitute.com Appointments only.

GALLERIES

Art Studio 323

JustBRENDA Art Studio Gallery

22 N. Beaver St. / 717-495-1353 www.brendaart.net Thu. & Fri., 1-6pm; Sat., 11am-3pm, or by appointment.

King’s Courtyard Artists’ Collective

124 E. King St. / 717-770-7812 www.facebook.com/ KingsCourtyardCollectiveGallery Tues. Thurs and Sat., 11am-3pm or by appointment

Rich Reilly Attorney At Law

54. N. Duke St. / 717-843-5355 www.weprovidepeaceofmind.net Gallery open First Fridays 5-9pm

PA Arts Experience Gallery & Orientation Center at Marketview Arts

CityArts Gallery

Information center and gallery for PA Arts Experience artist trail 37 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-884-8822 / www.PaArtsExperience.org Tue. & Thu.10am-2pm; Sat. 10am-3pm; First Fridays 5:30pm-9pm

Clay Path Studio

116 E. King St. / 717-683-6621 www.parliamentyork.org Tue., Thu. & Sat., 11am-3pm and by appointment. First s 6-9pm

Artist studio 323 W. Mason Ave., 2nd, 3rd and 4th Fl. 717-515-4911 Open by appointment. 118 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-3200 www.yorkarts.org/yorkartscityart Tue., Thu., & Sat., 10am-2pm, First Fridays 5-9 or by appointment 33 W. Market St. / 717-559-0223 www.claypathstudio.com Tue., Thu., Sat., 9am-2pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Gallery B

11 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-654-6559

Gerald Davidson Studio

15 E. Philadelphia St. / 717-683-8767 www.geralddavidsonstudio.com

HIVE artspace

126 E. King St. / 717-968-9365 www.hiveartspace.com Wed., Fri., Sat., 11am-3pm

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i-ron-ic

256 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-505-9818 http://i-ron-ic.com Sun.-Mon., by appointment; Tue.-Sat., 11am6pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Downtown York fall/winter 2015

The Parliament

PRIME Art Supply

128 E. King St. / 443-280-1573 www.primeartsupply.com

The Rooted Artist Collective

101 N. Newberry St. www.facebook.com/ therootedartistcollective Wed.-Sat., 11am-8pm; Sat. & Sun., 11am-5pm

Sign of the Wagon

154 E. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-1669 www.signofthewagon.com/ Open by appointment and events on website

Studio Gallery 234

300 S. Pershing Ave. / 717-854-7028 www.studiogallery234.com Mon., Wed. & Sat., 10am-5pm; Fri., 11:30am3pm; and by appointment

Vulcania Graphics & Fine Art, LLC

122 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-252-1085 www.vgafa.com By appointment only: Tue.-Fri., 10am-6pm, Sat. 10am-2pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Working Class York

15 E. Philadelphia St. / 717-843-3345 www.workingclassyork.com

YorkArts Gallery

10 N. Beaver St. / 717-848-3200 www.yorkarts.org Currently closed for renovations.

LIBRARIES

Martin Library

159 E. Market St. / 717-846-5300 www.yorklibraries.org/martin Mon.-Thurs., 9am-8pm; Fri. & Sat., 9am-5:30pm; Sun., 1-5pm

York County Heritage Trust Library/Archives

250 E. Market St. / 717-848-1587 www.yorkheritage.org Tue.-Sat., 9am-5pm; $8 library usage fee per day for non-members

MUSEUMS

York County Heritage Trust Sites

717-848-1587 / www.yorkheritage.org One regular admission pass provides entry to all open Trust museums and sites that day: adults, $15; students ages 6-18, $7; children 5 and under, free. For group tours and other discounts, visit www.yorkheritage.org. Tickets may be purchased at all sites except the Bonham House.

Historical Society Museum & Library/Archives

250 E. Market St. / 717-848-1587 Tue.-Sat., 9am-5pm

Agricultural and Industrial Museum

217 W. Princess St. / 717-848-1587 Tue.-Sat., 10am-4pm


downtown york directory Bonham House

152 E. Market St. / 717-848-1587 Saturday guided tours at 11:30am and 2:30pm, April to December, depart from Historical Society Museum Colonial Complex: Gates House, Plough Tavern, Barnett Bobb Log House and Colonial Court House 57 W. Market St. / 717-848-1587 / Tue.-Sat., guided tours from April through November. See schedule at www.yorkheritage.org/ eventscalendar.asp

Fire Museum

757 W. Market St. / 717-848-1587 Sat., 10am-4pm, April through November

PARKS

Cherry Lane Park

Along Cherry Ln., between W. Market St. and Clarke Ave.

Foundry Plaza/Codorus Boat Basin

Kable House Presents (Central Market)

34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-746-8620 www.kablehousepresents.com

Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center

50 N. George St. / 717-846-1111 www.strandcapitol.org

York Symphony Orchestra

50 N. George St. / 717-812-0717 www.yorksymphony.org

DINING BREAKFAST

Central Family Restaurant

Family / Diner 400 N. George St. / 717-845-4478 www.eatatcentral.com Mon.-Sat., 5am-10pm; Sun. 7am-9pm

Heritage Rail Trail County Park

SPORTS & GAMES CrossFit York

147 W. Philadelphia St. / 443-538-1147 www.crossfityork.com

Escape Games Live Live-Action Room Escape

147 W Philadelphia St. / 717-870-4033 www.facebook.com/escapegamesliveyork Call to make reservations.

YWCA

5 WALK. MINUTE

York Revolution Professional Baseball

F.H. Pappy’s

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320 E. Market St. / 717-845-2631 www.ywcayork.org

108 S. Howard St. / 717- 479-0452 www.twitter.com/FHPappys

American 48 E. Market St. / 717-848-1111 www.yorktowne.com Sun. & Mon., 6:30am-2pm; Tue.-Thu., 6:30am-10pm, Fri.-Sat., 6:30am-Midnight Otto’s Kitchen & Cocktails (Saturday & Sunday Brunch)

T A E O T

90 N. Newberry St. / 717-843-7884 www.yorkcoymca.org

50 N. George St. / 717-846-1111 www.caplivemusic.com

Mezzogiorno (Central Market)

Italian 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-5822 www.mezzoatthemarket.com Tue.-Sun., 7am-2pm

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YMCA

CapLive (Capitol Theatre)

Pastries, Baked Goods, Wraps, And Salads 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-650-6235 www.thecoppercrust.com Tue., Thurs. & Sat., 7am-2pm

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THEATER, CINEMA & MUSIC

(Central Market)

Offcenter Grill (Yorktowne Hotel)

On Grant St., between W. Market and W. Philadelphia Streets

Santander Stadium / 5 Brooks Robinson Way / 717-801-4487 www.yorkrevolution.com

The Copper Crust Co.

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American Comfort Food & Craft Cocktails 19. N. George St. / www.ottosyork.com Mon.-Thurs., 11am-1am; Fri., 11am-2am; Sat., 9am-2am; Sun., 9am-1am

Pepper’s Grille At Central Market

Breakfast, Home-Cooked Lunches With A Twist 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-654-0585 www.facebook.com/Peppersgrille Tue., Thu., & Sat., 8am-2pm; Wed. & Fri. 11am-2pm

The Stage Deli On George

QUICK-SERVICE

Wangs and Thangs

Bair’s Fried Chicken (Central Market)

Soul Food 29 E. Princess St. / 717-848-8958 Mon.- Sat. 6am- 8pm

White Rose Bar & Grill

(Saturday & Sunday Brunch) American 48 N. Beaver St. / 717-848-5369 www.whiterosebarandgrill.com Restaurant: Mon.-Thu., 11am-10pm, Fri. 11am-11pm, Sat. 8am-11pm, Sun. 10am-10pm Bar: Mon.-Sat. 11am-2am; Sun. 11am-Midnight

Deli Sandwiches 26 N. George St. / 717-668-8193 / www. facebook.com/Stagedeliongeorge Mon.-Fri., 7:30am-3pm

American 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-1945 www.bairsfriedchicken.com Tue., Thurs., & Sat., 7am-3pm; Fri., 8:30am-3pm; First Fridays Until 9pm

Baron Von Schwein

Barbeque 35 W. Market St. / 717-848-6576 www.facebook.com/baronvonschwein Mon., Tues. 11am-2:30pm; Wed.-Fri 11am-9pm

G’s Jook Joint

Soul Food 111 E. Princess St. / 717-846-5665 www.facebook.com/gsjookjoint Tue. - Sun., 6am-3pm, 4pm-9pm

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Marcello’s Pizza

Pizza/Subs 7 S. George St. / 717-854-5454 www.marcellosonline.com Mon.-Thu., 11am-10pm; Fri. & Sat., 11am-11pm; Sun., Noon-10pm

McDonald’s

American 142 S. George St. / 717-846-1021 www.mcdonalds.com Lobby: 6am-11pm; Drive-Thru: 24 Hours

Pepper’s Grille At Central Market

Cheesesteaks, sliders and more. Breakfast & lunch. 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-654-0585 www.facebook.com/Peppersgrille Tue., Thu., & Sat., 8am-2pm; Wed. & Fri. 11am-2pm

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American 133 N. Duke St. / 717-845-3725 www.stadiumgrilleofyork.com Mon.-Wed. 7am-11pm, Thurs.-Sat. 7am-12pm, Sun 9am-10pm

The Stage Deli On George

Deli Sandwiches 26 N. George St. / 717-668-8193 www.facebook.com/Stagedeliongeorge Mon.-Fri., 7:30am-3pm


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Granfalloons Tavern

Subs/Sandwiches 18 N. George St. / 717-854-7199 www.subway.com Mon.-Fri., 7am-9pm, Sat., 8am-9pm, Sun., 10am-7pm

American/Bar 41 E. Princess St. / 717-843-5450 www.falloonsyork.com Mon.-Fri., 4pm-2am; Sat. & Sun., 6pm-2am

Under One Sun (Central Market)

Italian 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-5822 www.mezzoatthemarket.com Tue.-Sun., 7am-2pm

Soups, Sandwiches, Vegan And Vegetarian Options 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-8858 www.facebook.com/pages/Under-One-Sun Tue. & Thu. 8am-2pm; Wed. & Fri., 10am-2pm; Sat., 7-2pm

Wangs and Thangs

Soul Food 29 E. Princess St. / 717-848-8958 Mon.- Sat. 6am- 8pm

York City Pretzel Company

Hand-twisted hard and soft pretzels 39 W. Market St. www.yorkcitypretzelcompany.com Mon.-Sat., 8a-3p; Sun., 10a-3p; First Fridays & Special Events special hours; Tours by appt.

CASUAL DINING BrewVino

Hand-crafted Pizza 251 N. George St. / 717-850-2781 www.brewvino.com Wed. & Thurs. 4pm-10pm, Fri. 11am-11pm, Sat. 4pm-11pm, Sun. 12pm-8pm

Central Family Restaurant

Family / Diner 400 N. George St. / 717-845-4478 www.eatatcentral.com Mon.-Sat., 5am-10pm; Sun. 7am-9pm

Cobblestones Gastropub & Sports Complex

Mezzogiorno (Central Market)

Mudhook Brewing Co.

American/Bar 34 N. Cherry Ln. / 717-747-3605 www.mudhookbrewing.com Tue. & Wed., 4-10pm; Thu., 11am-10pm; Fri. & Sat., 11am-Midnight

Offcenter Grill (Yorktowne Hotel)

American 48 E. Market St. / 717-848-1111 www.yorktowne.com Sun. & Mon., 6:30am-2pm; Tue.-Thu., 6:30am-10pm, Fri.-Sat., 6:30am-Midnight

Otto’s Kitchen & Cocktails

(Saturday & Sunday Brunch) American Comfort Food & Craft Cocktails 19. N. George St. / www.ottosyork.com Mon.-Thurs., 11am-1am; Fri., 11am-2am; Sat., 9am-2am; Sun., 9am-1am

Waterway Bar & Grill

American 220 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-845-4773 www.thewaterwaybar.com Wed.-Sun., 11am-2am

White Rose Bar & Grill

The Commonwealth Room (Yorktowne Hotel) Fine Dining 48 E. Market St. / 717-848-1111 www.yorktowne.com Available only for private parties of 10 or more

The Left Bank

Cosmopolitan atmosphere. International cuisine. 120 N. George St. / 717-843-8010 www.leftbankyork.com Mon. Dinner: 4pm-’Till; Tue.-Fri. Lunch/ Dinner: 11am-’Till; Sat. Dinner: 5pm-’Till

The Roosevelt Tavern

Upscale farm-to-table cuisine in a casual setting. 50 N. Penn St. / 717-854-7725 www.roosevelttavern.com Lunch: Tue.-Fri., 11:30am-4pm; Dinner: Tue.-Sat., 4-9pm

Tutoni’s

Mediterranean-inspired, farm-to-table. 108 N. George St. / 717-885-5169 www.tutonis.com Lunch: Mon.-Fri. 11am-2:30pm; Dinner: Mon.-Thurs. 5pm-9pm; Sat. 5-10pm

MARKET VENDORS

Central Market

Historic Farmer’s Market With Over 60 Vendors 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-2243 www.centralmarketyork.com Tue., Thurs. & Sat., 6am-2pm. Individual Stand Hours May Vary.

Farmers’ Market Company

American - 65 beers on tap 205 S. George St. / (717) 848-3866 www.facebook.com/pages/ Cobblestones-Gastropub-Sports-Complex Mon.-Sat., 4pm-2am

American 48 N. Beaver St. / 717-848-5369 www.whiterosebarandgrill.com Restaurant: Mon.-Thu., 11am-10pm, Fri. 11am-11pm, Sat. 8am-11pm, Sun. 10am-10pm; Bar: Mon.-Sat. 11am-2am; Sun. 11am-Midnight

York’s Oldest Indoor Market; Free Parking 380 W. Market St. / 717-848-1402 www.facebook.com/ FarmersMarketCompanyYorkPa Tue., Fri. & Sat., 7am-2pm. Individual Stand Hours May Vary.

DiCarlo’s Pizza

FINE DINING

Classic Greek Dishes 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-854-7489 Tue., Thurs. & Sat., 9am-2pm

Pizza 24 N. George St. / 717-793-2023 www.dicarlospizza.com Mon.-Wed. 11am-7pm; Fri. & Sat., 11am-10pm; Sun., Noon-7pm

Esaan Thai Restaurant

Asian (BYOB) 30 N. Beaver St. / 717-718-9300 www.esaanofpa.com Mon. & Tue., 11am-3pm; Wed.-Sat., 11am9pm; Sun., 5-9pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Blue Moon

Casual Upscale. Fresh, seasonal. 361 W. Market St. / 717-854-6664 www.bluemoonfresh.com Lunch: Tue.-Fri., 11:30am-2:30pm; Dinner: Tue.-Sat., 4:30-9:30pm

Aladdin’s Gyros (Central Market)

All About Brownies (Central Market)

Gourmet Brownies, Some Gluten-Free, Brownie Sundaes With Perrydell Ice Cream 34 West Philadelphia St. / 717-741-2452 www.allaboutbrownies.com Tue., Thurs. & Sat., 9am-2pm

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downtown york directory Bair’s Fried Chicken (Central Market)

Fusion Of Afro, Caribbean And Latin Cuisines 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-668-3722 www.neillys.com

Brunner’s Exotic (Central Market)

(Central Market)

Fresh Fruit, Smoothies And Slushies 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-600-6021 Tue., Thurs. & Sat. 9am-2pm

The Busy Bee (Central Market)

Eclectic sandwiches and salads 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-825-0866 www.facebook.com/thebusybee1723 Tue. & Thurs., 9am-3pm; Sat., 7am-3pm

Conrad’s Deli (Central Market)

Delicatessen 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-854-7382 www.facebook.com/conradsdeli Tue., Thurs. & Sat., 6am-2pm

The Copper Crust Co. (Central Market)

Pastries, Baked Goods, Wraps, And Salads 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-650-6235 www.thecoppercrust.com Tue., Thurs. & Sat., 7am-2pm; Sun., 9am-2pm

Crazy Corkey’s Kettle Corn (Central Market)

Official Kettle Corn Of the York Revolution 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-816-9973 www.facebook.com/pages/ Crazy-Corkeys-Kettle-Corn Tue., Thurs. & Sat., 9am-2pm

Dimms Pretzels (Central Market)

34 W. Philadelphia St. Tue., Thurs. & Sat. 6am-2pm

Eberly’s Smoked Meats (Central Market)

34 W. Philadelphia St. Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 6am-2pm

Ethel’s BBQ and Catering (Farmers Market)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. ON site BBQ Pit 380 . Market St/ 717-873-1211 Tues, Fri & Sat., 7am-5pm

The Fish Market (Central Market)

Fresh Fish, Seafood Sandwiches 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-845-2205

Fizzy Bee (Central Market)

34 W. Philadelphia St. Tues., Thurs. & Fri. 6am-2pm

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Global Cafe (Central Market)

American 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-1945 www.bairsfriedchicken.com Tue., Thurs. & Sat., 7am-3pm; Fri., 8:30am3pm; First Fridays Until 9pm

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Hartman’s Fruit Farm Bake Shop Bake Shop And Seasonal Fresh Fruit 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-741-2209 Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 6am-2pm

Henry’s Ham (Central Market)

Made-To-Order Subs/Sandwiches 34 W. Philadelphia St.

Jiggs & Maggie Food Area (Farmers Market)

Baked Goods, Deli, Soups, Salads 380 W. Market St. / 717-843-5859 Tue., Fri. & Sat., 7am-3pm

Judy Mae’s Old Fashioned Treats (Farmers Market)

Breakfast, Hot Sandwiches, Soup, Fried Chicken and Fish, Hand dipped Chocolate 380 W. Market St / 717-887-3195 Tues, Fri & Sat 7am - 3pm

Just Cupcakes (Central Market)

Cupcakes, Cakes, Quiche 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-4488 www.justcupcakes.us Tue., Wed. & Thu., 9am-4:30pm; Fri., 9am-6pm; Sat., 9am-4:30pm

J.R.’S Fresh Cut Fries (Central Market)

American/Burgers, Fries, Bar-B-Que, Sausage, Hot Dogs 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-332-2502 www.jrsfries.com Tue., Thurs. & Sat., 10am-2pm

Lizzie Jo’s Snacks N Things (Central Market)

Bulk Candy, Fitzkee’s Chocolates, Maple Donuts 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-881-9274 Tue., Thurs. & Sat., 9am-2pm

Lydia’s Soft Pretzels (Central Market)

34 W. Philadelphia St. www.facebook.com/pages/ Lydias-Soft-Pretzels-and-Bakery Tues., Thurs. & Sat. 6am-2pm

Market House Edibles (Farmers Market)

Deli Meats/Cheeses, Myers Salads 380 W. Market St. / 717-818-4074 www.facebook.com/Markethouseedibles Tue., Fri. & Sat., 7am-3pm

Mezzogiorno (Central Market)

Italian 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-5822 www.mezzoatthemarket.com Tue.-Sun., 7am-2pm

Mom’s Bean Pies (Farmers Market)

Ethnic 380 W. Market St. / 717-515-2237 www.momsbeanpie.com Tue., Fri. & Sat., 8am-3pm

Moses’ Family Jerky (Central Market)

Assorted Jerky 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 903-278-6524 www.mfjerky.com Tue., 10am-2pm; Thu. & Sat., 9am-2pm

Myers Salads & Pastries (Central Market)

Deli Salads, Dumplings, Pies, Cookies 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-741-1774

Pepper’s Grille At Central Market

Handmade Pickles 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-606-7878 www.facebook.com/lancasterpickle

Breakfast, Home-Cooked Lunches With A Twist 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-654-0585 www.facebook.com/Peppersgrille Tue., Thu., & Sat., 8am-2pm; Wed. & Fri. 11am-2pm

Lettusknow (Central Market)

The Pretzel Twist (Central Market)

Lancaster Pickle Company (Central Market)

Made-To-Order Salads And Wraps 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-683-2620 www.facebook.com/pages/Lettusknow Tue., Thurs. & Sat., 9am-2:30pm

Little Sister’s Kitchen Confections (Central Market)

Homemade Fudge, Caramels, Cheesecakes 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-858-2757 www.facebook.com/pages/ Little-Sisters-Kitchen-Confections

Soft Pretzels, Fresh-Made Lemonade 34 W. Philadelphia St.

Red Brick Bakery (Central Market)

Scones, Cookies, Brownies, Pastries & Loose Tea 34 West Philadelphia St. / 717-332-7427 www.redbrickbakery.com Tue., Thu., & Sat., 6am-2pm


downtown york directory Roburrito’s (Central Market)

INTERNATIONAL

Li’s Kitchen

Asian Best Restaurant

Mexican 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-5323 www.roburritos.com Tue. & Thu., 11am-2pm; Sat., 9:30am-2pm

Asian 15 N. Penn St. / 717-848-5578 Mon.-Sat., 11am-9pm

Saucy Girls (Central Market)

Chinatown Express

Hot Peppers And Sauce 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-891-7944 www.facebook.com/Saucygirls Tue., Thu., & Sat., 9am-2pm

Sharmini’s Kitchen (Central Market)

Traditional Malaysian And Fusion Fare 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 443-642-7966 www.sharminiskitchen.com

Simply Mixed (Farmers Market)

Salsas, Smoothies And Salads 380 W. Market St.

American & Mexican 287 W. Market St. / 717-843-3535 Mon.-Sun., 6am-2am

Tutoni’s

Asian 150 W. Market St. / 717-854-6633 www.Chinatownexpressyork.com Mon.-Thurs., 11am-11pm; Fri. & Sat., 11am11:30pm; Sun., Noon-10pm

Mediterranean-inspired, farm-to-table. (BYOB) 108 N. George St. / 717-885-5169 www.tutonis.com Lunch: Mon.-Fri. 11am-2:30pm, Dinner: Mon.-Thurs. 5-9pm; Sat., 5-10pm

CAFÉ

Esaan Thai Restaurant

Asian (BYOB) 30 N. Beaver St. / 717-718-9300 www.esaanofpa.com Mon. & Tue., 11am-3pm; Wed.-Sat., 11am9pm; Sun., 5-9pm; First Fridays Until 9pm

The Green Bean Roasting Co.

Coffee Shop 100 S. Beaver St. / 717-848-4070 www.greenbeanroasting.com Mon.-Fri., 6am-6pm; Sat. 8am-1pm

Simply Soup (Central Market)

Soups, Bisques, Chowders, Sandwiches 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-515-0680 www.simplysouponline.com

Take 5 Expresso Bar (Central Market)

Coffee Shop 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-846-4152 www.Facebook.com/takefiveexpressobar Tue., Thu., & Sat., 6am-2pm; Wed. & Fri. 7am-12pm

Teriyaki Express (Central Market)

Teriyaki 34 W. Philadelphia St.

Tina’s Greek Salads (Central Market)

Greek Salads, Tomato Pilaf 34 W. Philadelphia St. www.facebook.com/Pages/ Tinas-Greek-Salads-At-Central-Market Tue. & Thu. 8am-2pm

Thom’s Bread (Central Market)

Homemade Bread 34 W. Philadelphia St. www.thomsbread.com Tues., Thu. & Sat., 6am-2pm

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Under One Sun (Central Market)

Soups, Sandwiches, Vegan And Vegetarian Options 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-873-6182 www.facebook.com/Pages/Under-One-Sun Tue. & Thu. 8am-2pm; Wed. & Fri., 10am-2pm; Sat., 7-2pm

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Nuts About Granola Shoppe

Coffee Shop, Sandwiches 221 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-855-2233 www.Joys-Cafe.com Mon.-Fri., 7am-5:30pm (Sep.-May); Mon.-Fri., 7am-4:30pm (June-Aug.)

Specialty Foods, Ice Cream, Parfaits 46 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-814-9648 www.nutsaboutgranola.com Tue., Thu., & Sat., 9am-3pm; First Fridays 11am-9pm

Just Cupcakes

Take 5 Expresso Bar (Central Market)

Cupcakes, Cakes, Quiche 44 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-4488 www.justcupcakes.us Mon. – Thurs., 9am-5pm; Fri., 9am-7:30pm; Sat., 9am-9pm

Coffee Shop 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-846-4152 www.facebook.com/Takefiveexpressobar Tue., Thu., & Sat., 6am-2pm; Wed. & Fri. 7am-12pm

New Grounds Roasting Company

NIGHTLIFE

Cobblestones Gastropub & Sports Complex

American - 65 beers on tap 205 S. George St. / 717-848-3866 www.facebook.com/pages/ Cobblestones-Gastropub-Sports-Complex Mon.-Sat. 4pm-2am

First Capital Dispensing Co.

American/Bar 57 N. Pershing Ave. / 717-854-1714 www.firstcapitaldispensing.com Mon.-Sat., 3:30pm-2am

Granfalloons Tavern

Coffee Shop 284 W. Market St. / 717-843-0716 www.newgroundscoffee.com Mon.-Fri., 7am-4pm

American/Bar 41 E. Princess St. / 717-843-5450 www.falloonsyork.com Mon.-Fri., 4pm-2am; Sat. & Sun., 6pm-2am

Holy Hound Taproom

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American/Bar 57 W. Market St. / 717-855-2410 www.holyhoundtaproom.com Sun.-Thurs. 4pm-1am; Fri. 4pm-2am; Sat. 12pm-2am

Liquid Hero Brewery

American/Bar 50 E. North St. / 717-814-9250 www.liquidhero.com Tue.-Fri., 4-10pm; Sat., 2-10pm; Sun., Noon-5pm

The Left Bank

Fine Dining + Martini Bar 120 N. George St. / 717-843-8010 www.leftbankyork.com Mon. Dinner: 4pm-’Till; Tue.-Fri. Lunch/ Dinner: 11am-’Till; Sat. Dinner: 5pm-’Till

Mudhook Brewing Co.

Brewpub 34 N. Cherry Ln. / 717-747-3605 www.mudhookbrewing.com Tue. & Wed., 4-10pm; Thu., 11am-10pm; Fri. & Sat., 11am-Midnight

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American 48 E. Market St. / 717-848-1111 www.yorktowne.com Sun. & Mon., 6:30am-2pm; Tue.-Thu., 6:30am-10pm, Fri.-Sat., 6:30am-Midnight


downtown york directory Otto’s Kitchen & Cocktails

Sweet Melissa’s Dream

Jean Joint

(Saturday & Sunday Brunch) American Comfort Food & Craft Cocktails 19. N. George St. / www.ottosyork.com Mon.-Thurs., 11am-1am; Fri., 11am-2am; Sat., 9am-2am; Sun., 9am-1am

Natural and handmade products and gifts 38 N. Beaver St. / 717-854-2608 www.sweetmelissasdream.com Tues.-Fri., 10am-4pm; Sat. 9am-4pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Urban retailer 100 S. George St. / 717-854-1116 www.thejeanjoint.com Mon.-Thu., 10am-6pm; Fri., 10am-6:30pm; Sat., 10am-6pm

Waterway Bar & Grill

This Little Light of Mine (Central Market)

Junior League Thrift Shop

American/Bar 220 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-845-4773 www.thewaterwaybar.com Wed.-Sun., 11am-2am

White Rose Bar & Grill

American/Bar 48 N. Beaver St. / 717-848-5369 www.whiterosebarandgrill.com Restaurant: Mon.-Thu., 11am-10pm, Fri. 11am-11pm, Sat. 8am-11pm, Sun. 10am-10pm; Bar: Mon.-Sat. 11am-2am; Sun. 11am-Midnight

SHOPPING ARTS & CRAFTS

Art & Framing Warehouse

Full service frame shop and gallery 147 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-854-3122 www.artandframingwarehouse.com Mon.-Fri., 10am-6pm; Sat. 10am-2pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Cherie Anne Designs

Loose leaf tea, teaware, knitwear, yarn, jewelry and tea/smoothie bar 48 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-843-0079 www.cherieannedesigns.com Tue. & Thu. 10am-3pm; Fri. 10am-4pm; Sat., 9am-3pm; First Fridays until 9pm; additional hours during special events, during the holiday season and by appointment.

Clay Path Studio

Artisan gift shop and pottery. Classes. 33 W. Market St. / 717-559-0223 www.claypathstudio.com Tue. & Wed. 10am-9pm; Thu. 10am-5pm; Fri. 9am-4pm; Sat. 9am-5pm; First Fridays until 9pm

i-ron-ic

Art, unique thrift and Levis 256 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-505-9818 www.i-ron-ic.com Sun. & Mon., by appointment; Tue.-Sat., 11am-6pm; First Fridays until 9pm

PRIME Art Supply

Homemade Soy Candles In Upcycled Bottles 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-891-5100 www.thislittlelightofmine.org Tues. & Thurs., 9am-2pm; Sat. 8am-2pm

BOOKS

Po’s Bookstore

25 S. George St. Mon.-Fri. 9am-7pm; Sat. 9am-8pm; Sun. 10am-6pm

York Emporium

19,000 square-foot used book and curiosity shop 343 W. Market St. / 717-846-2866 www.theyorkemporium.com Wed., Fri., & Sat. 10am-6pm; Thu. 10am-9pm; Sun., noon-6pm; First Fridays until 9pm

CLOTHING & ACCESSORIES

56 Urban Provisions

A modern-day take on the old-time general store 56 S. Duke St. / 717-513-0029 www.56urbanprovisions.com Tue.-Sat., 11am-7pm; Sun., 12pm-6pm

Arthur & Daughters

Women’s designer consignment, new apparel collections, vintage clothing and accessories 49 N. Beaver St. / 646-269-1869 www.arthuranddaughters.com Tue. & Thurs., 10am-4pm; Sat. 10am-4pm; Wed. by appointment; First Fridays until 9pm

Elizabeth & West Fashion House

The season’s latest fashions in women’s, men’s, children and plus sizes 15 N. Beaver St. / 717-851-0148 www.elizabethandwestfashion.com Tues.-Sat. 10am-4pm

Indigo Bleu

Fresh fashion in women’s clothing and accessories 39 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-650-2425 www.indigobleufashion.com Tue.-Thu., 10am-4pm; Fri., 10am-7pm; Sat., 9am-4pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Consignments for women, men and children’s clothing, as well as housewares and books 166 W. Market St. / 717-843-7692 www.jlyork.org Mon.-Sat., 10am-3pm

Kimman’s Co.

The Right Gift. Every Time. 57 N. Beaver St. / 717-854-0440 www.kimmans.com Mon.-Fri., 10am-4pm; Sat., 9am-4pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Lotus Moon Yoga Studio

A unique and creative studio for yoga, art, healing arts, massage, workshops and retail 36 N. Beaver St. / 717-424-2273 www.lotusmoonyogayork.com Tues., Thurs., Sat. 11am-4pm and First Fridays 5-9pm

My Girlfriend’s Wardrobe

Brand name consignment 41 W. Market St. / 717-668-3020 www.mygirlfriendswardrobe.net Mon. & Sat., 10am-4pm; Tue.-Thu., 10am-6pm; Fri., 10am-7pm; First Fridays until 9pm

The New Hub Store

Upscale men’s clothing outfitter 51 S. George St. / 717-848-1776 www.thenewhubstore.com Mon.-Thu. & Sat., 9:30am-6pm, Fri. 9:30am-7pm

New York Trends

Trendsetting women’s fashion 205A S. George St. / 717-668-8582 www.newyorktrendsonline.com Tues.-Sat., 11am-6pm

Rainbow Shop

Clothing boutique, shoes 6 W. Market St. / 717-699-1168 www.rainbowshops.com Mon.-Wed., 10am-6pm; Thu.-Sat., 10am-7pm

Art supplies and classes 128 E. King St. / 443-280-1573 www.facebook.com/primeartsupply Tues.-Sat., 11am-5:30pm downtownyorkpa.com

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Mobile phone shop 21 S. George St. / 717-771-8962 www.facebook.com/PlanetaLatinoYork Mon.-Fri., 8:30am-7pm; Sat. 9am-6:30pm; Sun. 9am-4pm

Sneaker Villa

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Best of fashion from your toe to your head… sneaks to your cap 132 S. George St. / 717-845-3011 www.ruvilla.com Mon.-Thu., 10am-7pm; Fri. & Sat., 10am-8pm; Sun., 11am-4pm

Sweet Melissa’s Dream

Natural and handmade clothing, accessories and gifts 38 N. Beaver St. / 717-854-2608 www.sweetmelissasdream.com Tues.-Fri. 10am-4pm; Sat 9am-4pm; First Friday until 9pm

York Rescue Mission Economy Store New and used clothing, shoes, household goods, antiques, collectibles and furniture 283 W. Market St. / 717-845-7662 Mon., Wed., Thu. & Fri., 9am-4:30pm; Tue. & Sat., 9am-1pm

ELECTRONICS

Camera Center of York

Full-service camera store. Specialty gifts, same-day printing, and a friendly, knowledgeable staff. 23 N. Beaver St. / 717-846-4129 www.cameracenterofyork.com Mon.-Fri., 9am-5pm; Sat., 9am-2pm; First Fridays until 9pm

MetroPCS

Mobile phone shop 120 W. Market St. / 717-848-3350 www.metropcs.com Mon.-Fri., 10am-7pm; Sat. 11am-6pm, Sun 11am-4pm

Miller Bros. Vacuum

357 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-854-6111 www.millervac.com Mon.-Thu., 9am-5:30pm; Fri., 8am-5:30pm; Sat., 9am-2pm

Music & More by Williams

CDs and tapes: hip-hop, R&B, Country, Rock, Gospel, Jazz, Reggae and more. 52 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-843-7071 Mon.-Fri., 10am-6pm; Sat., 9am-6pm

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Planeta Latino

Vintage and handmade marketplace 113 S. Duke St. / 717-850-8063 www.redeuxmarketplace.com Thu.-Sat., 11am-7pm; Sun. noon-6pm; First Fridays until 9pm

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Mobile phone shop 141 W. Market St. / 717-668-8658 www.facebook.com/preferredwirelessyork Mon.-Fri., 9am-7pm; Sat 9am-6pm

Dennis Fitz Home Grown Fruits & Vegetables (Central Market)

Home-Grown Fruits And Vegetables 34 W. Philadelphia St. Tues., Thurs. & Sat 6am-2pm

Dietz Produce (Central Market) Naturally Grown Fruits And Veggies 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-318-7082 www.facebook.com/pages/Dietz-Produce Tue., Thurs. & Sat., 8am-2pm The Eternal Vaper

Vault Video Games

57 S. George St. / 717-478-8273 www.theeternalvaper.com Tue.-Fri., noon-6:30pm; Sat., 11am-5pm; First Fridays until 9pm

York Rescue Mission Economy Store

133 N. Duke St. / 717-846-8946 www.familydollar.com Mon.-Sun., 8am-10pm

Video games & Gaming consoles 290 W. Market St. www.facebook.com/vaultvideogames Mon.-Fri. 11am-7pm; Sat. 11am-5pm New and used clothing, shoes, household goods, antiques, collectibles and furniture 283 W. Market St. / 717-845-7662 Mon., Wed., Thu. & Fri., 9am-4:30pm; Tue. & Sat., 9am-1pm

ESSENTIALS & GROCERY

56 Urban Provisions

A modern-day take on the old-time general store 56 S. Duke St. / 717-513-0029 www.56urbanprovisions.com Tue.-Sat., 11am-7pm; Sun., 12pm-6pm

Ace Discount Store

Beauty salon equipment and supplies 130 S. George St. / 717-848-4752

Alice’s Market

Essentials/convenience items 153 S. Beaver St. / www.facebook.com/ pages/Alices-Market/856219581138006

C-Town Supermarket

Family Dollar

FoodMart Asian Grocery

Asian market 380 W. Market St. / 717-848-3940 Tue., Thu.-Sun., 8:30am-7pm; Wed., 6am-7pm

Fruitastic! (Farmers Market)

Fresh Fruit And Produce 380 W. Market St. / 717-848-1402 Tue., Fri. & Sat., 7am-3pm

Gloria’s Grocery & Lottery

Grocery and lottery sales 252 N. George St. / 717-846-3463

J.L. Miller Sons Meats (Central Market)

Locally Raised Beef, Pork And Poultry 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-741-2431 www.facebook.com/pages/JL-Miller-Sons Tues., Thurs. & Sat, 6am-2pm

King Tobacco Express

Your City, Your Community, Your C-town 139 N. Duke St. / 717-848-5480 www.ctownsupermarkets.com Daily: 8am-9pm

Tobacco and convenience store 49 W. Market St. Mon.-Fri., 8am-5pm; Sat., 8am-2pm

Charles Ilyes Family Inc.

Grocery 55 N. Newberry St. / 717-318-5098 Mon.-Sun., 7:30am-10pm

(Farmers Market) Fresh Meats And Vegetables 380 W. Market St. / 717-792-2743 www.facebook.com/charlesilyesfam Tue., Fri. & Sat., 7am-3pm

Chronister’s Plants (Farmers Market) Fresh And Potted Plants, Fruit In Season 380 W. Market St. Fri. & Sat., 8am-2pm

Martinez Grocery

Mr. Nice Guy Produce (Central Market) Fresh, local produce, delivery service 34 W. Philadelphia St. www.facebook.com/Mr.NiceGuyProduce Tues., Thurs. & Sat, 6am-2pm


downtown york directory Paradise Valley Produce

(Central Market) Locally Grown Fruits And Vegetables 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-451-9480 Tues., Thurs. & Sat, 6am-2pm

Penderbrooks (Central Market) Nuts, Dried Fruit, Local Honey, Grains 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-746-4645 www.facebook.com/Penderbrooks Tue. & Thu., 7am-2pm; Sat., 6am-2pm Ramon’s One-Stop Shop

344 W. Market St. / 717-309-6034 Tue.-Fri., 9am-3:30pm; Sat., 9am-5pm

Rite Aid

Fosters Flower Shop

(Central Market) 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-495-8248 www.facebook.com/pages/Croweo-AmishFood-and-Stuff-to-Go/400875606694207 Tue. & Thu., 8am-2pm; Sat., 7:30am-2pm

FURNITURE

Variety store 380 W. Market St. / 717-848-1402 Tue., Fri. & Sat., 8am-3pm

Great Beds to Go

Beds, bedding, decor 377 W. Market St. / 717-855-2450 www.facebook.com/pages/ Beds-2-Go/328845707148420?sk=info Mon.-Fri., 10am-6pm; Sat., 9am-5pm

Redeux

Drug store, pharmacy 40 W. Market St. / 717-854-4432 www.riteaid.com Store: Mon.-Sat., 7am-6pm;Pharmacy: Mon.Fri., 8am-6pm; Sat., 8am-5pm

Vintage and handmade marketplace 113 S. Duke St. / 717-850-8063 www.redeuxmarketplace.com Thu.-Sat., 11am-7pm; Sun. noon-6pm; First Fridays until 9pm

R.L. Godfrey Produce (Farmers Market) Fresh Produce And Poultry 380 W. Market St. / 717-428-3068 Tue., Fri. & Sat., 7am-3pm

Traffic Black

Modern, Contemporary Furniture 133 S. Duke St. Tue.-Sat., 11am-5pm

Vapors Cloud Lounge

York Rescue Mission Economy Store

West Market Convenience Store & Tobacco Outlet

GIFTS

E-cigarettes 16 S. Queen St. / www.facebook.com/ pages/Vapors-Cloud-Lounge-llc Mon.-Thu., 10am-8pm; Fri. & Sat., 9:30am9pm; Sun., 10am-6pm

Convenience store 272 W. Market St. Mon.-Sat. 9am-9pm; Sun., noon-6pm

William L. Miller (Farmers Market)

Fresh Poultry And Vegetables 380 W. Market St. / 717-741-1754 Tue., Fri. & Sat., 7am-3pm

FLORISTS

Fleurish at the Market by Butera the Florist (Central Market)

Fresh flowers, floral arrangements 34. W. Philadelphia St. / 717-846-4283 / www.facebook.com/ButeraTheFlorist Tue. & Thu. 9am-2pm; Sat., 8am-2pm

Charles A. Schaefer Flowers

Florist, arrangements delivered 124 W. Market St. / 717-845-1571 www.schaeferflowers.com Mon.-Fri., 8am-5pm; Sat., 8am-4pm

Croweo Amish Food and Stuff to Go

Floral arrangements, delivery and event design 27 N. Beaver St / 717-650-6009 www.fostersflowershop.com Tuesday–Friday 10–5; Saturday 9–3pm; Closed Sunday and Monday

New and used clothing, shoes, household goods, antiques, collectibles and furniture 283 W. Market St. / 717-845-7662 Mon., Wed., Thu. & Fri., 9am-4:30pm; Tue. & Sat., 9am-1pm

56 Urban Provisions

A modern-day take on the old-time general store 56 S. Duke St. www.56urbanprovisions.com Tue.-Sat., 11am-7pm; Sun., 12pm-6pm

Allegro Winery (Central Market)

Fine Wines 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-927-9148 www.allegrowines.com Tue., Thurs. & Sat., 9am-2pm

Cherie Anne Designs

Loose leaf tea, teaware, knitwear, yarn, jewelry and tea/smoothie bar. 48 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-843-0079 www.cherieannedesigns.com Tue. & Thu., 10am-3pm; Fri., 10am-3pm; Sat., 9am-4pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Dis and Dat (Farmers Market)

Kimman’s Co.

The Right Gift. Every Time. 57 N. Beaver St. / 717-854-0440 www.kimmans.com Mon.-Fri., 10am-4pm; Sat., 9am-4pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Park Street Pantry

Quality ingredients for cooking and entertaining 24 N. Beaver St. / 717-848-4052 www.parkstreetpantry.com Tue.-Sat., 9am-2pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Pawn Plus

Pawn, pre-paid wireless, payroll check cashing 123 W. Market St. / 717-812-8800 www.pawnplus.com Mon.-Thu. & Sat., 9:30am-5pm; Fri., 9:30am-6pm

Pippi’s Pen Shoppe

Writing instruments, accessories, calligraphy and illustration available. Come write away! 146 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-6220 www.pippispenshoppe.com Tue., Thu., & Sat., 10am-3pm

Redeux

Vintage and handmade marketplace 113 S. Duke St. / 717-850-8063 www.redeuxmarketplace.com Thu.-Sat., 11am-7pm; Sun. noon-6pm; First Fridays until 9pm

S&M Creations (Central Market)

Unfinished, ready-to-paint ceramics 34 W. Philadelphia St.

Sunrise Soap Company

High-quality, handmade soaps, lotions, scrubs, shampoo bars and more 29 N. Beaver St. / 717-858-4549 www.sunrisesoapco.com Tues., Thur., Fri. 11am-3pm, Sat. 9am-4pm

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Loose leaf tea, teaware, knitwear, yarn, jewelry and tea/smoothie bar. 48 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-843-0079 www.cherieannedesigns.com Tue. & Thu., 10am-3pm; Fri., 10am-3pm; Sat., 9am-4pm; First Fridays until 9pm

This Little Light of Mine

Live-Action Room Escape 147 W Philadelphia St. / 717-870-4033 www.facebook.com/escapegamesliveyork Call to make reservations

T.K.’S Nut & Candy Store

CDs and tapes: hip-hop, R&B, Country, Rock, Gospel, Jazz, Reggae and more. 52 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-843-7071 Mon.-Fri., 10am-6pm; Sat., 9am-6pm

(Central Market) Homemade Soy Candles In Upcycled Bottles 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-891-5100 www.thislittlelightofmine.org (Central Market) Bulk Nuts And Candy, Gifts, Candy Making 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-764-6485

Wash Your Mouth Out Soap Company (Central Market)

Soaps, bath salts, lip balms 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-259-8414 www.washyourmouthoutsoap.com

The Watchmaker’s Daughter

Jewelers’ gallery, featuring a wide selection of handmade and traditional jewelry and artwork and in-house jewelry repair. 22 N. Beaver St. / 717-848-1066 www.watchmakersdaughter.net Tue.-Fri., 8:30am-5pm; Sat., 8:30am-3pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Wyndridge Farm (Central Market)

Farm-Crafted Ciders 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-244-9900 www.wyndridge.com Sat., 9am-2pm

York City Pretzel Company

Hand-twisted hard and soft pretzels 39 W. Market St. www.yorkcitypretzelcompany.com Mon.-Sat., 8a-3p, First Fridays & Special Events special hours; Tours by appt.

HOBBY

Escape Games Live

Music & More by Williams

Pippi’s Pen Shoppe

Writing instruments, accessories, calligraphy and illustration available. Come write away! 146 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-6220 www.pippispenshoppe.com Tue., Thu., & Sat., 10am-3pm

York Emporium

19,000 square-foot used book and curiosity shop 343 W. Market St. / 717-846-2866 www.theyorkemporium.com Wed., 10am-6pm; Thu., 10am-9pm; Fri. & Sat., 10am-6pm; Sun., 12-6pm; First Fridays until 9pm

York Time Institute

Diploma program as well as weekend and evening courses; conservation and restoration of antique timepieces; repair of fine timepieces; consulting services; manufacturing of custom watches and clocks; and apprenticeships. 312 W. Market St. / 717-848-3152 www.yorktimeinstitute.com Appointments only.

JEWELRY

56 Urban Provisions

Specialize in new/antique electric toy trains, International retailer, service center 17 W. Market St. / 717-699-1234 Tue.-Sat., 10am-7pm

B&E Junction Electric Trains

A modern-day take on the old-time general store 56 S. Duke St. www.56urbanprovisions.com Tue.-Sat., 11am-7pm; Sun., 12pm-6pm

Camera Center of York

Elizabeth & West Fashion House

Full-service camera store. Specialty gifts, same-day printing, and a knowledgeable staff. 23 N. Beaver St. / 717-846-4129 www.cameracenterofyork.com Mon.-Fri., 9am-5pm; Sat., 9am-2pm; First Fridays until 9pm

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Cherie Anne Designs

Many natural and handmade products and gifts 38 N. Beaver St. / 717-854-2608 www.sweetmelissasdream.com Sun., 11am-2pm; Tue. & Wed., 10am-4pm; Thu. & Fri., 10am-7pm; Sat., 9am-4pm; First Fridays until 9pm

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Fashionable yet wallet-friendly clothing 15 N. Beaver St. / 717-851-0148 www.elizabethandwestfashion.com Mon. & Sat., 10am-4pm; Tue.-Thu., 10am6pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Indigo Bleu

Fresh fashion in women’s clothing and accessories 39 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-650-2425 www.indigobleufashion.com Tue.-Thu., 10am-4pm; Fri., 10am-7pm; Sat., 9am-4pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Kimman’s Co.

The Right Gift. Every Time. 57 N. Beaver St. / 717-854-0440 www.kimmans.com Mon.-Fri., 10am-4pm; Sat., 9am-4pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Redeux

Vintage and handmade marketplace 113 S. Duke St. / 717-850-8063 www.redeuxmarketplace.com Thu.-Sat., 11am-7pm; Sun. noon-6pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Sweet Melissa’s Dream

Many natural and handmade products and gifts 38 N. Beaver St. / 717-854-2608 www.sweetmelissasdream.com Sun., 11am-2pm; Tue. & Wed., 10am-4pm; Thu. & Fri., 10am-7pm; Sat., 9am-4pm; First Fridays until 9pm

The Watchmaker’s Daughter

Jewelers’ gallery, featuring a wide selection of handmade and traditional jewelry and artwork and in-house jewelry repair. 22 N. Beaver St. / 717-848-1066 www.watchmakersdaughter.net Tue.-Fri., 8:30am-5pm; Sat., 8:30am-3pm; First Fridays until 9pm

MARKETS

Central Market

Historic farmer’s market with over 60 vendors 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-2243 www.centralmarketyork.com Tue., Thu., & Sat., 6am-2pm

Farmers’ Market Company

York’s oldest indoor market; free parking 380 W. Market St. / 717-848-1402 www.facebook.com/ PennStreetFarmersMarket Tue., Fri. & Sat., 7am-3pm

SPECIALTY FOOD

56 Urban Provisions

A modern-day take on the old-time general store 56 S. Duke St. www.56urbanprovisions.com Tue.-Sat., 11am-7pm; Sun., 12pm-6pm


downtown york directory C-Town Supermarket

Your City, Your Community, Your C-Town 139 N. Duke St. / 717-848-5480 www.ctownsupermarkets.com Daily: 8am-9pm

Croweo Amish Food and Stuff to Go

(Central Market) 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-495-8248 www.facebook.com/pages/Croweo-AmishFood-and-Stuff-to-Go/400875606694207 Tue. & Thu., 8am-2pm; Sat., 7:30am-2pm

Foodmart Asian Grocery

Asian Market 380 W. Market St. / 717-848-3940 Tue., Thurs.-Sun., 8:30am-7pm; Wed., 6am-7pm

Kimman’s Co.

The Right Gift. Every Time. 57 N. Beaver St. / 717-854-0440 www.kimmans.com Mon.-Fri., 10am-4pm; Sat., 9am-4pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Nuts About Granola Shoppe

Specialty Foods 46 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-814-9648 www.nutsaboutgranola.com Tue., Thu., & Sat., 9am-3pm; First Fridays 11am-9pm

Park Street Pantry

Quality ingredients for cooking and entertaining 24 N. Beaver St. / 717-848-4052 www.parkstreetpantry.com Tue.-Sat., 9am-2pm; First Fridays until 9pm

York City Pretzel Company

My Girlfriend’s Wardrobe

Brand name consignment 41 W. Market St. / 717-668-3020 www.mygirlfriendswardrobe.net Mon. & Sat., 10am-4pm; Tue.-Thurs., 10am6pm; Fri., 10am-7pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Redeux

Hand-twisted hard and soft pretzels 39 W. Market St. www.yorkcitypretzelcompany.com Mon.-Sat., 8a-3p, First Fridays & Special Events special hours; Tours by appt.

Vintage and handmade marketplace 113 S. Duke St. / 717-850-8063 www.redeuxmarketplace.com Thu.-Sat., 11am-7pm; Sun. noon-6pm; First Fridays until 9pm

THRIFT

Veteran’s Thrift Store

Encore Store

Resale items 306 W. Market St. / 717-793-2951 Mon.-Sat., 10am-5pm

Household goods, gifts 46 S. Pershing Ave. / 717-846-6035 www.veteranthrift.org/ Mon.-Fri., 10am-5pm; Sat., 10am-2pm

Junior League Thrift Shop

York Rescue Mission Economy Store

Consignments for women, men and children’s clothing, as well as housewares and books 166 W. Market St. / 717-843-7692 www.jlyork.org Mon.-Sat., 10am-3pm; periodic First Fridays until 9pm

New/used clothing, shoes, household goods, antiques, collectibles, furniture 283 W. Market St. / 717-845-7662 www.yorkrescuemission.com Mon., Wed., Thu. & Fri., 9am-4:30pm; Tue. & Sat., 9am-1pm

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