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York’s Destination Hub for Arts, Shopping & Entertainment

It’s about the food. Restaurant Week

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York’s Destin ation Hub for Shopping & Arts, Entertainment

Meagan Feeser Director of Marketing Downtown Inc

A Great Year to Celebrate York

Welcome to the second issue of Downtown York, our new

triannual downtown guide. 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.

Winter in downtown York is not a time for hibernation. From Restaurant Week York (February 20-27) to the York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade (March 12) to Go Green in the City (April 23), there’s no reason to spend your winter curled up at home. Plus, this is a very big year for downtown York: 2016 marks the 275th Anniversary of the laying out of our town. Look for special events all year long to commemorate this important birthday. Downtown York magazine is proudly presented by Downtown Inc, 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,

Meagan Feeser Director of Marketing, Downtown Inc

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About Downtown Inc

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Downtowns Matter

• 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 2016 Sonia Huntzinger, Executive Director

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ADVERTISING Sherry Bolinger, 610.685.0914 x202 Sherry@Hoffpubs.com View the Digital Version of Downtown York online at downtownyorkpa.com. The opinions expressed in this material are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual. All rights reserved. No portion of this publication may be reproduced electronically or in print without the express written permission of the publisher. Downtown York is published triannually {Fall/Winter, Winter/Spring, Spring/Summer}.

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Ring in the New Year in Downtown York Happy 275th Birthday! York at 275 Years A New Crossroads

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Downtown is super cool during FestivICE

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Restaurant Week It’s about the food.

22 “My York City” Art Show 24 York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade 26

There’s Guinness In It Event

29 Who will be the next

“Voice” of Downtown?

30 Central Market After Dark 34 Go Green In The City 38 #photohuntyork 40 Open your business in downtown York 42

Get Out of The House and Into the Theater

44 Calendar of Events 50 Attractions, Dining

& Shopping Guide

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

In downtown York, just one

New Year countdown is not enough. York starts ringing in the New Year at 6pm, at the first of three countdown events that will welcome 2016. 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. “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. 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.

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

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.

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

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Happy 275th Birthday, York!

FOR THE LOVE OF

history

York is celebrating a big milestone this

year: 2016 marks the 275th Anniversary of the laying out of York as a city. York City was first laid out in 1741 by Thomas Cookson, and the first lots were offered for sale. 23 were promptly purchased in what became the first town west of the Susquehanna River: York Town.

When the delegates of the Second Continental Congress—the group who signed the Declaration of Independence in 1776—had to flee Philadelphia under impending British Invasion, they made their way to the then-remote York Town in 1777. Here, some of America’s Most Wanted, like John Hancock, Samuel Adams, John Adams, and Thomas Paine met and signed the Articles of Confederation, the first version of the Constitution, on November 15, 1777. Because of this, many locals claim that York is actually the first capitol of the United States. All throughout 2016, special events will mark this momentous occasion and commemorate York’s place in history and our city’s amazing accomplishments and bright future. Look for historic walking tours and living history events, an educational Speaker Series, city-wide celebrations and an enlightening experience on Continental Square.

WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT YORK COUNTY HISTORY? FIND IT AT THE YORK COUNTY HERITAGE TRUST. 250 E. Market St. (717) 848-1587 yorkheritage.org

For more information on York’s 275th Anniversary, visit www.yorkcity.org.

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York at 275 Years – A New Crossroads by Terrence Dutchie Downs

You stand where synergy meets the roadway, and

has for 275 years. The location? Downtown York’s Continental Square. The intersection where celebrations, tributes and traffic have made alive the cross hairs of South Central Pennsylvania. Laid out in 1741 by the team of Stevenson and Spangler, it veins out from this axis. In November 1777, Delegates fleeing Philadelphia spent one day in Lancaster, seeking the riparian barrier the means to keep focused on hammering out the founding rules of a Democracy. Nine months after, The Court House belfry pealed with news of success. York Town was on the map. Successes and notoriety kept York in the limelight since. Wars, riots, inventions, and plans to help a country in conflict all were realized within steps of this axis spot. Two major highways crisscrossed at this location. Conestoga wagons gave way to carriages, soon trolleys, then automobiles and motorcycles. York is a town on the move.

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Opening Doors to Community Engagement

In fall 2016, York College's Center for Community Engagement will open its downtown York offices at 59 East Market Street. This location will function as a physical link between York College and York City, making us a full stakeholder in our community's renaissance. We look forward to this opportunity to create new partnerships and to revitalize existing ones.

www.ycp.edu/cce Above: Dominic DelliCarpini, Dean of the York College Center for Community Engagement

125 years ago York kept a late Federal presence to its square’s buildings. Innovation by visionaries of that point forward changed it to a town – then a City with European faceted architecture. Recanting its agrarian basis to a larger place, the market sheds made way for an open Square. The regions about the plat where Hartley, Smith, McClean soon would yield Lewis Miller, Jonanthan Jessop, Philip Albright Small and Tom Wolf on the same spot. The cobbled paths of stone and dirt streets gave way to brick roads and concrete walks.

Centre Square rebranded for York’s 1927 celebration of Continental Congress 150th Anniversary. The square was in attire of a Grand Festival, garlands, paintings, illumined and bunted to every corner. And gleaming proudly was a Bank on the northeast corner, exuding pride of York’s wealth and prosperity. The roads well-traveled lead to York – gearing for a new Epiphany.

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A family fun ice festival on January 16 FestivICE presented by York Traditions Bank Date: January 16 Time: 11am-4pm Location: Downtown York

More info available at FestivICE.com

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The temperature was a crisp

22 degrees for the inaugural FestivICE in January 2015. Everywhere you looked, folks were sporting hot pink yeti sunglasses, an early entry giveaway at the Brooks Robinson Plaza gates. Despite the cold, kids and parents watched in awe as the sunshine beamed through the shavings shooting from the chainsaws that were sculpting the frozen statues on the plaza.

FestivICE is York’s annual ice festival and it’s coming back to downtown on January 16th, 11am-4pm, for its second round. Produced by Eventive—the event production division of the York Revolution—and presented by York Traditions Bank, FestivICE is part of an initiative by the two organizations to build on family-fun traditions in York County and downtown York. The festival attracted over 1000 attendees in 2015 and Eventive looks to push the cold-defying audience to even greater numbers this winter. When you go, expect to see 6,000 pounds of ice being sculpted right in front of your eyes by DiMartino Ice Company. In addition to the frozen spectacle, you’ll find food trucks, craft beer, a bonfire for keeping warm and cooking s’mores, music, rides and a slew of other good times. Last year’s event hosted the “Pre-Plunge Party,” which was a precursor to the Polar Plunge, the major fundraising event of the Special Olympics. As FestivICE gains popularity, the goal of organizers is to expand the festival beyond the stadium gates and into the downtown community. Adam Nugent, Director of Eventive, says, “FestivICE is all about being outdoors and defying winter weather. It’s an extension of the holidays with more food and more fun. We’re getting together with family and friends to shake off cabin fever and laugh at the cold!”

york symphony orchestra

2015-2016 season

In nature’s realm Music Director and Conductor Lawrence Golan is back on the heels of a momentous inaugural season to lead the Orchestra in presenting a symphonic force of nature. A FULLY-STAGED OPERA PRODUCTION! Così Fan TuTTe (All women are like that)

Saturday, April 30, 2016 at 7:30pm

Mozart’s comic masterpiece comes to life with outstanding vocalists, beautiful elaborate opera sets and traditional period costumes for this special one-night-only performance. The opera is underwritten by Bon-Ton and the Grumbacher family.

a sTormy nighT

Musical Depictions of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”

Saturday, January 23, 2016 at 7:30pm

BeeThoven in Buenos aires

Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 7:30pm

lullaBy oF Birdland Saturday, April 2, 2016 at 7:30pm

all rivers run To The sea The York Water Company’s Bicentennial Celebration

Saturday, May 21, 2016 at 7:30pm

Saturday Morning Symphony

Key:

Presented in partnership with DreamWrights Youth & Family Theatre and Greater York Dance.

Season Sponsor:

The ConsTellaTions

Saturday, March 12, 2016 at 10:00am

The piano men:

Music of Billy Joel & Elton John, starring Jim Witter

Saturday, March 12, 2016 at 7:30pm

CLASSICAL

POPS

FAMILY

SPECIAL

All performances will be held at the Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center.

Tickets Starting at $9. Students $5. Come experience what the buzz is all about!

TickeTS & info

717-846-1111 yorksymphony.org

For more information, visit www.festivice.com.

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The tastiest time of the year in York City returns Saturday, February 20 through Saturday, February 27. It’s the Sixth Annual Restaurant Week York and it’s your chance to experience the best food that York City has to offer with special menus just for Restaurant Week. Restaurant Week York February 20-27


It’s about the food. Restaurant Week York is the biggest culinary celebration our town has ever experienced. It’s the time to visit the restaurant you’ve always wanted to try and return once again to the neighborhood spot you’ve loved for years. No matter where you rest your fork, you’ll be part of a city-wide celebration of our great establishments and talented chefs who serve up fresh, innovative cuisine every day. When it’s Restaurant Week, it’s all about the food.

A Taste of York City Friday, February 19

A Taste of York City serves as the unofficial kick off to Restaurant Week York. This extremely exclusive gala features the city’s best cocktail hour with selections from various York City restaurants; a seated, served dinner with each course highlighting a different York City dining option; as well as silent and live auctions showcasing the City’s entertainment and cultural amenities. A limited number of general admission tickets will be available for purchase in early 2016. This event sells out without fail every year. Watch the event’s Facebook page for details: www.facebook.com/atasteofyorkcity. downtownyorkpa.com

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How it works:

Enjoy lunch specials at participating restaurants for $5, $10 or $15. Dive into dinner specials for $20, $30 or $40.

A Fresh Take on Italian Marrying inspired Italian cuisine with a locally sourced mentality.

Tutoni’s Restaurant l 108 N. George Street York, Pa 17401 (717) 885-5169 l Tutonis.com Lunch: Mon-Fri l Dinner: Mon-Sat l BYOB

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Some spots , like Central Family Restaurant (400 N. George Street), even offer Restaurant Week specials for breakfast or brunch for $5 or $10, like their famous Banana Bread French Toast or Steak and Eggs Breakfast Specials. You can also start your Restaurant Week mornings off gluttonously with the 8th Deadly Cinn from Pepper’s Grille at Central Market (34 W. Philadelphia Street): a Maple Bacon Wrapped Cinnamon roll, cut like a sandwich and stuffed with bacon or sausage, a fried egg and melted cheese, then topped with cream cheese icing. Or try out one of York’s hottest new restaurants for brunch: Otto’s Kitchen and Cocktails (19 N. George Street). Their Steak and Eggs Benedict is a new downtown favorite. Whatever you choose, Restaurant Week York is the perfect time for culinary exploration. Go global with a stop at Mi Caldero (605 S. George Street)–Restaurant Week attendees go mad for the empanadillas, Mofongo and of course, flan for dessert! Or drop into Global Café at Central Market (34 W. Philadelphia Street) for a Restaurant Week lunch special. Their jerk chicken, callaloo, rice and tamale special will fill your belly without breaking your wallet. Continue your global food journey at Esaan Thai Restaurant (30 N. Beaver Street). Whether you go the curry or stir fry route, you can’t miss with their Restaurant Week lunch and dinner specials.


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with $5 specials from DiCarlo’s, J.R.’s Fries, Roburrito’s, or Mudhook Brewing Company. White Rose Bar & Grill offers a $5 Express Lunch that includes their famous Caesar Salad and Crab Pretzel. Some restaurants even offer call-ahead carry-out so you can splurge and be the office hero.

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Fine dining restaurants like The Left Bank Restaurant

and Bar, Roosevelt Tavern, Tutoni’s and York Blue Moon offer three course tasting menus featuring an appetizer, entrée and dessert at the $40 price point. Starting with The Left Bank’s tater tots, candied peppered bacon, onion fig jam and truffled hollandaise aioli and ending with their chocolate mousse cake? That’s Restaurant Week York done right.

Downtown bakeries and cafes join in the Restaurant Week fun too, with spots like The Green Bean Roasting Company (100 S. Beaver Street) offering Restaurant Week-only specialty coffee drinks like their legendary Nutella Mocha: Decadent Nutella blended with espresso and steamed milk, topped with whipped cream. Nuts About Granola (46 W. Philadelphia Street) makes light and fresh SOHO-style parfaits topped with their famous granola. Restaurant Week York is also the time to try Restaurant Week-only exclusives, only available this time of year! Visit York City Pretzel Company (39 W. Market Street) for their fan-favorite Buffalo Chicken Pretzel Wings, famous cheese sauce and a pinch of cheddar stuffed inside a two-bite pretzel nugget served with house-made blue cheese dip, and Pretizzas: Mozzarella, Parmigiano Reggiano and a hint of garlic wrapped in signature pretzel dough served with scratch-made pizza sauce. Stop by BrewVino (251 N. George Street) to see what pizza creations they’ve come up with solely for Restaurant Week York. Last year’s specialty pizzas included Smoked Gouda Pizza, Blueberry BBQ Pork Pizza and Chimichurri Steak Pizza.

       

       

       

       

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Make sure to join in the Restaurant Week York feeding frenzy on social media by posting photos of your Restaurant Week York adventures to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #rwyork. Visit www.restaurantweekyork.com for full details. Restaurant Week menus will be revealed February 1, 2016. Be sure to Like Restaurant Week York PA on Facebook for real-time updates.

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Can’t-Miss Restaurant Week Dishes: Braised Short Ribs from Roosevelt Tavern, served with Long’s horseradish whipped potatoes, haricot vert, thyme demi. The Soul Bowl from Bair’s Chicken: Collard greens, marinated black-eyed pea salad, pulled fried chicken, hot sauce dressing, and a side of cornbread Banana Bread French Toast from Central Family Restaurant Mini Calzone and Side Salad Special from Di Carlo’s Tater Tots from The Left Bank, served with candied peppered bacon, onion fig jam & truffled hollandaise aioli Canoas from Mi Caldero: Ripe Plantain “Canoes” stuffed with ground meat, served with yellow rice and pigeon peas (and flan for dessert!) The Tomato Bisque at Offcenter Grill at the Yorktowne Hotel

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The 8th Deadly Cinn from Pepper’s Grille at Central Market: a Maple Bacon Wrapped Cinnamon roll, cut like a sandwich and stuffed with bacon or sausage, a fried egg and melted cheese, then topped with cream cheese icing Black, Blue, and Blazin Burger from Mudhook Brewing Co.: onion, bacon, blue cheese crumbles, ranch Bistro Tender Steak at Tutoni’s The Famous Crab Pretzel from White Rose Bar and Grill: York City Pretzel Company soft pretzel sticks topped with crab dip, mozzarella, cheddar and parmesan cheese The Three-Appetizer Special at York Blue Moon: mussels? garlic truffle fries? lamb tenderloins? You choose the combo that works for you. Pretzel Wings from York City Pretzel Company: buffalo chicken, famous cheese sauce and a pinch of cheddar stuffed inside a two bite pretzel nugget, served with house made blue cheese dip.


Last year’s Restaurant Week “Winners,” as voted by diners:

• Best Breakfast Special - Central Family Restaurant • Best Lunch Special - York City Pretzel Company • Best Dinner Special - Baron Von Schwein/ 21 South-7 Deadly Pigs • Most Bang for Your Buck - White Rose Bar and Grill • Best Dessert - The Left Bank Restaurant & Bar • Best Place for a Quick Bite - York City Pretzel Company • Best Take Out - York City Pretzel Company • Most Romantic Place to Dine - The Left Bank Restaurant & Bar • Most Creative Special - Baron Von Schwein/21 South-7 Deadly Pigs • Most Restaurant Week Spirit - York City Pretzel Company • Best First Experience - Front Porch Cafe • Best Ethnic Food Option - Mi Caldero Restaurant • Best Vegetarian/Vegan Option - Viet Thai Market Street Cafe

Experience the Unforgettable Enjoy innovative American, farm-to-table cuisine in an intimate, yet casual, historic setting. 55 Richland Ave, (corner of Richland and King Street) York, PA 17404 • 717.848.8842 Open… Lunch & Dinner, Tues- Sat, Sunday Brunch For Times visit FrontPorchCafeYork.com Consider us for Large Parties, Special Occasions and Catering Events. BYOB downtownyorkpa.com

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Here’s a sneak peek at some of the participating Restaurant Week York eateries for 2016. Stay tuned to www.restaurantweekyork.com for the full list as more restaurants join in the fun: • Bair’s Chicken • Baron Von Schwein • BrewVino • Central Family Restaurant • Coomb’s Tavern • Dicarlo’s Pizza • Esaan Thai Restaurant • Front Porch Cafe • Glazin’ • Global Cafe • The Green Bean Roasting Co. • J.R.’s Fries at Central Market • The Left Bank Restaurant & Bar • Mi Caldero Restaurant • Mudhook Brewing Co. • Nuts About Granola • Offcenter Grill at the Yorktowne Hotel • Otto’s Kitchen and Cocktails • Pepper’s Grille at Central Market • Roburrito’s • Roosevelt Tavern • Sharmini’s Kitchen • Tutoni’s • White Rose Bar and Grill • YorKitchen, York’s Shared Kitchen Incubator • York Blue Moon • York City Pretzel Company

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Central Family Restaurant 400 N. George St. 717-845­-4478 eatatcentral.com

White Rose Bar & Grill 48 N. Beaver St. 717- 848-­5369 whiterosebarandgrill.com

Esaan Thai Restaurant 30 N. Beaver St. 717-718-­9300 esaanofpa.com

Tutoni’s Restaurant 108 N. George St. 717-885-5169 tutonis.com

Blue Moon Restaurant 361 W. Market St. 717-854-6664 bluemoonfresh.com

Roosevelt Tavern 50 N. Penn St. 717-854­-7725 roosevelttavern.com

BrewVino 251 N. George St. 717-850-2781 brewvino.com

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The Left Bank 120 N. George St. 717-843-8010 leftbankyork.com

Viet Thai Market St Cafe 917 E. Market St. 717-846-9302 vietthaimarketstreetcafe.com

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? y it C k r o Y r u o What is Y My York City” Art Show

presented by York Traditions Bank February 4-29

Downtown York

College of Pennsylvania are asking area artists; “What does your York look like? What does our downtown mean to you?”

The answers to those questions will be revealed in a very special upcoming exhibit. “My York City,” presented by York Traditions Bank, will feature works of all mediums and genres by York area artists in a display at Marketview Arts Gallery Hall in downtown York, February 4-29, illustrating each artist’s vision of “their York.” What “My York City” means and how it is interpreted is left completely to the artist, opening a dialogue between the artists and the larger community on what defines our downtown.

Artist: Brenda Wintermyer

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Artist: Sean Poole “We’re excited to partner with Downtown Inc and York College to open this question up to our arts community and so grateful for all that York Traditions does to support the arts and our downtown York community,” said Kelley Gibson, Director of Communications and Engagement with the Cultural Alliance. “The answers to the question: ‘What is your York?’ can take so many forms and directions depending on the perception of each artist. We’re looking forward to sharing this exhibit with the community to spark conversation about our downtown and what York means to each of us.” “York Traditions is so pleased to be a part of this key community partnership,” said Mike Kochenour, Founder, Chairman of the Board and CEO of York Traditions Bank. “We all share a great deal of pride in ‘Our York City.’” All works featured in the show will be for sale, with 50% going to the artist and the remaining 50% of the proceeds from each sale being shared by Downtown Inc and the Cultural Alliance to support their missions. An invitation-only preview night will be held on Friday, February 4 for artists and art lovers to have the chance to purchase works prior to the opening night, which will be held the next evening for the public on February First Friday from 6-8pm. The show will close on February 27. Artist lectures, literary readings and performances are also planned during the month-long exhibit to showcase literary and performing arts pieces based on the “My York City” theme with the community. The exhibit will also be part of the slate of events planned throughout 2016 to commemorate York’s 275th Anniversary. For more information or to submit your work to the “My York City” exhibit, please visit www.downtownyorkpa.com.

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Erin go Bragh in downtown York

Irish

eyes will be smiling on downtown York as the 33rd Annual York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade steps off at 1 pm on Saturday, March 12, from Market and Penn Streets, and proceeds east on Market to Duke Street. Approximately 100 entries are expected to take part in this fun annual celebration of Celtic heritage, including

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bands, Irish dance groups, floats, antique and decorated vehicles, clowns, individuals and family groups, non-profit organizations, media entries, and more. Prizes totaling $2,100 are awarded in several categories, so start thinking about your parade entry if you would like to participate.


Complete detai ls on the parade, preand post-parad e entertainmen t, merchant promotio ns, and related ev ents will be updated online on a regu lar basis as the par ade date nears. A parade route map, which show s nearby parking options, will also be available for dow nloading at ww w. YorkSaintPatrick sDayParade.org.

Although the parade is the main attraction of the day, spectators are encouraged to head downtown early on March 12 for a variety of Irish dance and musical entertainment and merchant promotions in several locations. Be sure to check the parade Facebook page (www.Facebook.com/ YorkStPatParade) or web site (www.yorksaintpatricksdayparade.org) for all the details as the parade date nears. Fair Interpreting will again provide sign language interpreting services at Continental Square during the parade, so that the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community near Continental Square will be able to enjoy commentary on entries as they pass the reviewing stand. White Rose Community Television Channel 18 will televise the parade live. For parade-lovers who are out-of-town, the parade may be viewed live online at www.WRCT.tv (and also available after the parade as a Video on Demand). The York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade draws an estimated 10,000 people downtown each year, and provides a huge boost for downtown merchants. It’s a great day for the Irish and for downtown York. The parade is organized by the York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade Committee, Inc., an all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization; 2016 will be the 18th year this group has organized the parade, which has grown dramatically since the City of York relinquished responsibility of the event in January 1999. The parade is funded by corporate sponsors, entry fees, and a variety of fundraising activities planned throughout the year: • Limited edition commemorative t-shirts • There’s Guinness In It fundraiser (Thursday, March 3) at Central Market York • Specialty soaps created by Sunrise Soap Company If you are interested in marketing and partnership opportunities in connection with the parade, please email YorkStPatParade@gmail. com. For registration forms or more information, visit www.YorkSaintPatricksDayParade.org or call (717) 578-0146. You can also follow the parade on Twitter (@YorkStPatParade) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/YorkStPatParade). downtownyorkpa.com

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A Delicious Way to Support the Parade: “There’s Guinness In It” back by popular demand The York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade’s delicious fundraiser, “There’s Guinness In It,” featuring a dozen area restaurants and caterers creating a menu item containing Guinness, will take place 5:30-8pm on Thursday, March 3, at Central Market House, 34 W. Philadelphia Street in downtown York. Guests will be able to sample a variety of sweet and savory Guinness-inspired delicacies as they roam through Central Market. Past dishes have included stews, chili, mussels, sausage, barbecue, chicken, and fish, as well as brownies, cupcakes, hot chocolate, ice cream and other tasty treats. Tickets are $25 each and include a sampling from each participating restaurant/caterer, samples of Guinness products, and water from The York Water Company. Everyone attending will be entered to win door prizes including tickets to the Penn-Mar Irish Festival and assorted Irish gifts. Tickets are available online through Eventbrite.com, from parade committee members, and at Take Five Expresso Bar inside Central Market. You can also mail a check, payable to York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade, to YSPD Parade, PO Box 1043, York PA 17405-1043. Please include name and email address to confirm receipt of payment; mail-order tickets will be held at the door. Please note: Tickets are limited and must be purchased by February 24; no tickets will be sold at the door.

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Proceeds benefit the 33rd Annual York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade, which takes place on March 12, 2016 along Market Street. For more information, visit: www.YorkSaintPatricksDayParade.org or call (717) 578-0146.


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Chick Corea & Béla Fleck

Taylor Dayne The Manhattan Transfer

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April 1-10, 2016 Reading, PA

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BWB: Rick Braun, Kirk Whalum, Norman Brown

Spend 10 jazz- and blues-filled days and nights in the Greater Reading area! Over 120 scheduled events, plus great shopping and dining in one area, make the 25th annual Boscov’s Berks Jazz Fest your perfect spring getaway. For tickets, call Ticketmaster toll free at 1-800-745-3000 or visit www.ticketmaster.com to order online.

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CHICK COREA & BÉLA FLECK • THE SUMMIT: THE MANHATTAN TRANSFER & TAKE 6 • KEB’ MO’ WITH SPECIAL GUEST GERALD ALBRIGHT • MAVIS STAPLES • BONEY JAMES FOURPLAY: BOB JAMES, NATHAN EAST, HARVEY MASON, CHUCK LOEB • PHIL PERRY & HOWARD HEWETT • NAJEE FEATURING CHANTE MOORE, NICK COLIONNE THE RIPPINGTONS FEATURING RUSS FREEMAN • JOEY ALEXANDER TRIO • GOSPEL ACCORDING TO JAZZ CELEBRATION: KIRK WHALUM, DONNIE MCCLURKIN, JONATHAN BUTLER, KEVIN WHALUM, JOHN STODDART, DOXA GOSPEL ENSEMBLE • JACKIEM JOYNER & SELINA ALBRIGHT • KEIKO MATSUI • BWB: RICK BRAUN, KIRK WHALUM, NORMAN BROWN • MICHAEL LINGTON FEATURING TAYLOR DAYNE • JAZZ FUNK SOUL: CHUCK LOEB, EVERETTE HARP, JEFF LORBER • ROBBEN FORD • JAZZ MEETS JAMES: NICK COLIONNE, KIM WATERS, ERIC DARIUS, MARION MEADOWS, JEFF BRADSHAW, JEANETTE HARRIS, JAY ROWE • BRIAN BROMBERG BAND WITH THE BERKS HORNS FOUR80EAST FEATURING MATT MARSHAK, ART SHERROD • POPA CHUBBY • PIECES OF A DREAM • GREG ADAMS & EAST BAY SOUL • DAVID BROMBERG BIG BAND BLIND BOY PAXTON • KIM SIMMONDS & SAVOY BROWN • ERIC MARIENTHAL • ANDY SNITZER • GERALD VEASLEY & FRIENDS FEATURING BOBBY LYLE, NELSON RANGELL, CHIELI MINUCCI • THE MUSIC OF DAVE BRUBECK: BRUBECK BROTHERS QUARTET AND THE READING POPS ORCHESTRA • CRAIG THATCHER BAND & FRIENDS • THE ROYAL SCAM SHERRIE MARICLE & FIVE PLAY • LIVE AT THE FILLMORE: TRIBUTE TO THE ORIGINAL ALLMAN BROTHERS • ZOE’ • DAVID P STEVENS & DEE LUCAS • ERICH CAWALLA QUARTET FEATURING BENNIE SIMS, CLIFF STARKEY, MARKO MARCINKO • DEVON ALLMAN BAND • PHILADELPHIA FUNK AUTHORITY • THE ORIGINAL GROOVEMASTERS & FRIENDS • UPTOWN BAND FEATURING ERICH CAWALLA & JENIFER KINDER • BLITZ DYNETTE • GREG HATZA & TIM PRICE ORGAN QUARTET • DJANGOHOLICS ANONYMOUS AMY HELM & THE HANDSOME STRANGERS • KUTZTOWN UNIVERSITY JAZZ ENSEMBLE I • U.S. NAVY BAND COMMODORES • U.S. AIR FORCE RHYTHM IN BLUE JAZZ ENSEMBLE BERKS HIGH SCHOOL ALL-STAR JAZZ BAND AND CHORUS • STOLEN MOMENTS: THE FIRST 100 YEARS OF JAZZ FEATURING JAZZREACH’S METTA QUINTET AND MORE!*

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rockers, those who belt out tunes with hairbrush in hand: ever wonder what it would be like to sing on the Strand stage in front of screaming fans? Now’s your chance! Show downtown what you’ve got at the 2nd annual YorVoice event on March 18th from 7:30pm9:30pm at the Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center at 50 North George Street in York. The first-ever YorVoice attracted the top singing talent in the area to compete in a friendly music showcase, with a range of performers from choirs to a capella groups, solo acts to high school garage bands. “The talent last year was amazing,” says Kelley Gibson, Cultural Alliance event organizer. “We had live bands and singers from all ages and backgrounds performing everything from opera to R&B. All the performances just blew us away. We’re so excited to see the crop of talent that comes forward this year.” In addition to performing for the crowd in the Strand-Capitol, a celebrity panel of judges is on hand to offer constructive feedback to the performers and select the YorVoice Champion. Judges on the celebrity panel include DaNica Shirey, York County singer and recent top 8 finisher in Season 7 of the NBC reality singing competition series “The Voice”; international touring musician and owner of Assorted Studios production/ recording company, Ralph Washington; Strand-Capitol General Manager Anne Sturm; Ashley May, editor of Flipside PA; and Joe Devoy, owner of Tellus360 in Lancaster. But the judges don’t have all the say; the public will vote for their favorite performer through the People’s Choice award, given to the contestant with the most online and in-person votes at the event, at $1 per vote. Last year’s competition was fierce, with online votes coming in until the last minute. PAPERHEART, a team of Glatfelter Paper employees, was the 2015 People’s Choice winner. “We had a blast with the event and the internal camaraderie it generated,” said Bill Yanavitch, Senior Vice President of Glatfelter. In between contestants, our celebrity Emcee Chris Garrett of FOX43 and our house funk band Boompop Coalition make sure to keep the fun going. “You never know what Chris and Boompop are going to do next,” says organizer Kelley Gibson. So come on York; let’s rock! To sign up to compete in YorVoice, purchase tickets, or cast your vote for your favorite team, visit www.yorvoice.org.


Kable House Presents

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York has earned a reputation as a live music

destination and has gained prominence in the national music community over the last several years. The newest ticket in town, Kable House Presents, showcases up-and-coming national touring acts in an intimate, listening-room environment at York’s historic Central Market.

Kable House Presents is an independent, volunteer-driven initiative. The organizers rent out the space at Central Market about once a month to host the shows. Tickets are available to the public at an accessible price point ($10-15), and food and beverages are available for purchase during the shows from featured Central Market vendors.

Photo credit: Dave Wagenecht

The series began with generous support from the community, including a $10,000 Creative Impact Award from the Cultural Alliance of York County, private contributions, and a Kickstarter campaign. That funding covered the expenses for the first season of concerts, and ticket revenue and additional contributions from the community keep the series going. Kable House Presents spans a variety of genres and styles. In their first season, they featured acts like Strand of Oaks, Jessica Lea Mayfield, Grammy winner Dom Flemons, Lydia Loveless, and Israel Nash, as well as a sold-out show with the 10-piece Houston soul band The Suffers. Concertgoers can make a night of it in downtown York. There are plenty of bars, restaurants, and shops within the few blocks surrounding Central Market. “The atmosphere in downtown York is exciting,” says JJ Sheffer, one of Kable House Presents’ organizers, “and our growing list of arts, cultural, hospitality, and retail offerings is a critical part of that momentum.” Check out the schedule and order tickets at KableHousePresents.com.

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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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painted, visit with an alpaca, learn how to plant the perfect garden, hula hoop in the middle of the street and dine on locally-sourced fare from Central PA? Go Green in the City, of course!

Go Green in the City is back for its eighth year on April 23 from 10am-3pm to promote green, healthy and local living in a family-friendly atmosphere. This unique festival combining family fun and education with green-conscious living and artistry is free to the public, thanks to a generous sponsorship by White Rose Credit Union. Each year, more than 4,000 families flock to downtown York to enjoy an interactive street fair with fun learning activities for kids, live animals and live music spanning the block between North Beaver Street, North Pershing Avenue, West Clarke Avenue and the White Rose Bar & Grill parking lot. Go Green features more than 60 local and regional artisans, green-conscious businesses, non-profits and locally-sourcing food vendors who take to the streets to showcase and inspire attendees with their eco-friendly products, services, arts and crafts. downtownyorkpa.com

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From hand-made soaps from Paintbox Soapworks to one-of-a-kind sewn

and hand-stamped goods from Mack Made, you can shop the day away with local artisans hawking their wares. Go on a buying spree from the street to the shops, as downtown merchants on North Beaver Street, West Market Street and East Philadelphia Street are also open for business during Go Green so you can truly support the “Live Local” mission of the event. The proprietors of Kimman’s and Sweet Melissa’s Dream on North Beaver Street are among the founding members of Go Green in the City.

Stock your garden and learn helpful green thumb tips from groups like Everblossom Farm, Horn Farm Center for Agricultural Education, the Garden Club of York, MAEscapes: Mid-Atlantic Ecological Landscapes, York County Master Gardeners and the York Urban Garden Association. York’s Central Market House serves as the beautiful anchor to the event, with Central Market open for business from 6am to 2pm. Vendors inside Central Market offer Go Green specials and promotions. Remember, you can always “go green” at Central Market as you peruse the aisles of fresh local produce and handmade goodies. Of course, the Painted Spring Farm alpacas make their celebrated appearance on the south end of North Beaver Street. Everyone young and old loves an alpaca hug. Stop by to get your fuzzy fix at Go Green! Watch out for yogis! Pop-Up Yoga offers outdoor yoga classes during the festival. Follow Pop-Up Yoga York on Facebook for class information. Go Green is designed for family fun and celebrating living local. “We noticed there was a real desire for families to spend the day downtown,” says Meagan Feeser, marketing director of Downtown Inc.

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Learning is more than technology

To that end, the festival added the Go Green Kid Zone,

complete with a York County 4-H petting zoo, kids’ Zumba, plant potting activities, arts and crafts. Get your face painted with PRIME Art Supply. Learn about how you can make a difference in your community with Mateo’s Litter Critters. Join the York County Heritage Trust on the lawn of the Colonial Complex to partake in historic colonial children’s games. Climb inside a real trash truck at the Republic Services Touch-A-Truck station. Engage in STEM play to exercise your mind and body with York Academy Regional Charter School. Create your own chalk art right in the middle of the street!

Don’t forget to pose with fun oversized stuffed veggies and pledge to “Eat Your Greens!” at the Family First Health photo booth. Smile big with Archie the Apple and friends and watch for your tagged photos on social media after the event.

She derserves to learn in a vibrant community where students are led into a world of discovery and growth in all areas of their lives - spiritual, educational, ethical, and emotional. Doesn’t your student deserve that too? Visit our website and sign up for a tour. www.logosyork.org

Live music from the White Rose Bar & Grill Stage sets the scene

for a day that’s all about community and celebrating where we live. Jam out to live music from 10am to 2pm in the White Rose parking lot. Last year’s lineup included local favorites like Indian Summer Jars, The Wild Hymns and Hexbelt.

Also in the White Rose parking lot is the Go Green Food Court. Regional mobile food vendors have everything from falafel to grilled cheese to burritos to fill your belly. For more information on this fun-filled day in downtown York, visit www.downtownyorkpa.com/gogreen.

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#photohuntyork a downtown photo scavenger hunt! See downtown York in a whole new light by participating in this photo scavenger hunt. How To Post: Post to Facebook, Post to Instagram, Post to twitter. Just remember to use the hashtag #photohuntyork and include the Clue Number in your caption. This will allow the other participants to view your photos. Where to Look: Look Up, Look Down, Look Left, Look Right. The answers to the clues could be anywhere! Clues: 1. Seek out Dempwolf ’s signature tile at Cherry Lane and West Market Street. 2. Find the bird with the best view in the Square (you can “bank” on that). 3. Look for the “Little General” who is now larger than life. 4. Have some fun on one of downtown’s Playful Sidewalks. 5. Find the blue lion on Beaver Street. 6. This historic York city hotel has a pretty cool revolving door. Get in it and take your picture! 7. Head west to WeCo and snap a photo of York’s most historic farmer’s market. 8. Take a “stockade selfie.” 9. Find this downtown street that is becoming York’s version of San Francisco’s “Painted Ladies.” 10. Pet downtown’s bright yellow cat. You can find him hanging out on North George Street.

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Thanks to Digital Ephemera for sharing these great clues!

Beautiful, healthy skin begins here! Whatever your age, a good skin care regime and treatment plan is important. The qualified, experienced medical providers at the Center for Cosmetic Dermatology can recommend a customized skin care plan to address your aging issues. We offer a full line of dermatology grade skin care products and make up. Consultations are complimentary. • • • •

Botox and Cosmetic Fillers • Ultherapy Aesthetic Peels and Microdermabrasion • Leg and Facial Vein Treatments Laser Hair Reduction Treatments • Rosacea and Overall Aging Treatment Fraxel and Skin Rejuvenation Laser Services Brand new services – Kybella for “double chin” issues and Clear + Brilliant for improving skin tone and texture 1610 South Queen Street, York, PA 17403 www.centerforcosmeticdermatology.com 717-741-5512

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Be a Part of the Energy Open your business in downtown York

Are you thinking about starting or expanding your own business? Are you considering downtown York as a potential location? We’d love to talk to you about your ideas to see how we can help. Whether you’re looking for available office or retail space, financial resources, assistance with your business plan; or have questions regarding permits, zoning or codes – Downtown Inc will help you get started, and help you grow. Natalie Williams is your downtown Small Business Liaison. She’s here to help you make your business in downtown York a reality. Contact her today at 717-849-2331.

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Downtown Inc helps downtown business owners in the following ways: BUSINESS PROMOTION: Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies

Once you’ve found your space, made your renovations and have opened your doors for business – Downtown Inc will coordinate a ribbon cutting ceremony for you to officially welcome you to downtown York.

Social Media

10,000+ Facebook fans; 2,000+ e-news recipients; and 3,000+ followers on Twitter – we can get your message out quickly and efficiently to a large audience of downtown York devotees.

Downtown York Magazine

This tri-annual publication that promotes everything downtown York has to offer. Make sure you’re listed (for free!), or really get noticed by placing an ad. Contact info@downtownyorkpa.com to request Destination Guides or for more information regarding placing an ad.

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Events

First Fridays, walking tours, annual festivals and more – we’re working to bring more people downtown and right into your business.

Cooperative Advertising Opportunities

Downtown Inc subsidizes advertising packages so you can get lower rates and still get exposure.

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For merchants who wish to participate in First Friday, up to $1000 per month. Funds may be used for activities, entertainment, refreshments, promotional giveaways, or other items that would enhance the overall First Friday experience for downtown visitors.

BUSINESS RETENTION: Educational Workshops

Downtown Inc provides educational workshops free of charge for small businesses located in York’s Business Improvement District.

Be a part of the energy! Follow your dreams of business ownership to downtown York. Contact: Natalie Williams Downtown Inc Small Business Liaison 717-849-2331 nwilliams@downtownyorkpa.com

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Get Out of The House and Into the Theater MAIN STAGE:

THE CAP:

Expect to experience shows of all genres in the Strand Theatre in 2016. The 1,260-seat house with its ornate decorative details will be bringing more than a dozen performances to York this season. Here is a list of upcoming events:

Originally a one-level dance hall that continued for many years as a movie house, the Capitol Theatre is now home to the Capitol Cinema and CapLive series concerts. First Fridays include a lineup of cult classic films for those yearning to stay downtown after First Friday festivities end. So grab some drinks, popcorn and listen to the “Mighty Wurlitzer” pipe organ before these films:

• January 15: • February 15: • February 18: • February 20: • March 3: • March 5: • March 13: • March 15: • March 19: • April 3: • April 24:

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Band of the Royal Marines featuring the Pipes and Drums of the Scots Guards Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat VOCALOSITY, featuring a cappella performers from “Pitch Perfect” THE MIDTOWN MEN, from original cast of the “Jersey Boys” Mamma Mia! Frank Ferrante in An Evening with Groucho Ailey II Patty Griffin, Sara Watkins and Anais Mitchell Invincible: A Glorious Tribute to Michael Jackson The Sleeping Beauty Sinbad

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Showgirls The Song Remains the Same 2016 Oscar Nominated Short Films Donnie Darko Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Searching for some singer-songwriter artists that endure the spark of bluegrass, alternative rock, blues, and indie folk? Come to see, listen and experience a CapLive show. The Seldom Scene will be playing their brand of American bluegrass on Saturday, January 16. Stay informed on all of the latest and greatest Strand-Capitol happenings this spring by visiting strandcapitol.org or stop by the box office on 50 North George Street or call 717-846-1111.


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Winter and Spring Events powered by:

First Friday January

Downtown Shops and Restaurants Friday, January 1, 5-9pm 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. January’s First Friday theme is “Ring in the New.” www.downtownyorkpa.com/firstfridays

First Friday February

Downtown Shops and Restaurants Friday, February 5, 5-9pm

Introducing York365.com, a new Community Cultural Calendar The weekend is coming! You know that York County is always bustling with events to provide for a fun-filled weekend, but where do you even begin to start looking?

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. February’s First Friday theme is “#iloveyorkcity.” www.downtownyorkpa.com/firstfridays

A new site, York365.com, is the first one-stop, online calendar for arts and cultural events happening in York County. York365.com features comprehensive listings of music, theatre and dance performances, museum and gallery exhibitions, film screenings, poetry readings, cultural festivals, kids’ activities, and much more-allowing you to see all York has to offer …365 days of the year! So whether you are trying to find out what to do for First Friday, or you want to plan an upcoming date night, York365. com provides all the information you need to know to have your fingers on the pulse of what’s happening in York County. The website will be equipped with a search engine where you can filter events based on dates, organization or venue. York365.com will also provide art resources such as calls for artists, volunteer opportunities, artist profiles, and so much more. Whether you are looking for a photographer for your upcoming wedding, or looking for someone to paint a portrait of your pooch, the website will provide classifieds for art professionals offering their services in the area. York365.com is brought to you by the Cultural Alliance of York County and made possible by a grant from the Women’s Giving Circle of York County Community Foundation, a diverse group of more than 80 women committed to strategic philanthropy to help shape the future of their community. The WGC’s investment in York365.com follows a year of study to identify an investment to support the entire arts community and build the Cultural Alliance’s capacity as a catalyst for York’s economic prosperity. Visit York365.com to find all of the year-round events happening in York County to plan your next outing.

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“My York City” Art Show presented by York Traditions Bank MarketView Arts Friday, February 5 (through February 28)

Downtown Inc, the Cultural Alliance, and York College are hosting an art auction and exhibition featuring works by area artists that showcase what downtown York means to them. What “My York City” means and how it is interpreted is left completely to the artist, opening a dialogue between the artists and larger community on what defines our downtown. An invitation-only preview night will be held on Thursday, February 4 for artists and art lovers, and the public opening will take place on February First Friday on February 5. www.downtownyorkpa.com/myyorkcity

A Taste of York City Friday, February 19, 6pm

The unofficial kick off to Restaurant Week York. This extremely exclusive gala features a seated, served dinner with each course highlighting a different York City dining option as well as silent and live auctions showcasing the City’s entertainment and cultural amenities. A limited number of general admission tickets will be available for purchase in early 2016: www.facebook.com/atasteofyorkcity.


Restaurant Week York

Downtown Restaurants Saturday, February 20Saturday, February 27

Restaurant Week York, presented by Fulton Bank, is the biggest culinary celebration our town has ever experienced. Enjoy prix fixe Restaurant Week menus at dozens of York City restaurants all week long: www.rwyork.com #rwyork

There’s Guinness In It

Central Market, 34 W. Philadelphia St Thursday, March 3, 5:30-8pm

The York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade’s delicious fundraiser, “There’s Guinness In It,” features a dozen area restaurants and caterers creating a menu item containing Guinness. Guests will be able to sample a variety of sweet and savory Guinnessinspired delicacies as they roam through Central Market. Tickets are $25 each and include a sampling from each participating restaurant/caterer, samples of Guinness products, and water from The York Water Company. www.YorkSaintPatricksDayParade.org

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First Friday March

Downtown Shops and Restaurants Friday, March 4, 5-9pm 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. March’s First Friday theme is “Shop and Hops.” www.downtownyorkpa.com/firstfridays

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Tour de Tanks

Mason Dixon Wine Trail Saturdays and Sundays, March 5-20

Sip away winter chills and taste the year’s newest wines before anyone else! Each weekend of the signature Tour de Tanks event in March, guests receive exclusive tastings from winery tanks or barrels, special tours or educational experiences, light refreshments, special commemoratives and a 10 percent discount on wine purchases. Tickets are good for tastings and tours at all Wine Trail locations and include a souvenir wine glass. www.masondixonwinetrail.com

York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade West Market Street Saturday, March 12, 1pm Step-Off

A can’t-miss day in downtown York! The parade steps off at 1pm from Market and Penn Streets (in front of the Penn Street Farmers Market) and proceeds east on Market to Duke Street (in front of the Yorktowne Hotel), with several related activities planned for before and after the parade. Don’t forget to wear green! www.yorksaintpatricksdayparade.org

YorVoice

Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center Friday, March 18, 7:30-9:30pm

A live singing competition, presented by The Cultural Alliance of York County, at the Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center. Featuring celebrity judges including DaNica Shirey from NBC’s “The Voice.” Come on York; let’s rock! To sign up to compete in YorVoice, purchase tickets, or cast your vote for your favorite team, visit www.yorvoice.org.

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Sweetest Pint Downtown Beer and Chocolate Tasting Tour

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Downtown restaurants and bars Saturday, March 26, 2pm

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

Sweetest Pint

Chocolate and beer—an unlikely, but delicious, pairing. On Saturday, March 26, combine two of your favorite things— chocolate and beer—on the Sweetest Pint Downtown Beer and Chocolate 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.

First Friday April

The winter tour pairs chocolate-infused plates with winter 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, chocolate-filled soft pretzel buns and chocolate chili.

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. April’s First Friday theme is “Spring Fling.” www.downtownyorkpa.com/firstfridays

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.

Downtown Shops and Restaurants Friday, April 1, 5-9pm

“We really encourage the chefs to think outside of the box and have some fun with their pairing menus,” says Meagan Feeser, marketing director 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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Know someone who puts downtown first? Nominate them for a Downtown First Award! 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. Do you know an individual or organization who puts downtown first? Nominate them for a Downtown First Award: www. downtownyorkpa.com/downtownfirstawards. Nominations open January 1, 2016. The 2016 Downtown First Awards will be held at LSC Design, 320 N. George Street, on Thursday, May 12 at 5:30pm.

Go Green in the City

North Beaver Street and North Pershing Avenue Saturday, April 23, 10am-3pm A family friendly street fair combining family fun and education with green-conscious living and artistry. Free to the public, thanks to a generous sponsorship by White Rose Credit Union. A community festival with learning activities for kids, live animals and live music spanning the block between North Beaver Street, North Pershing Avenue, West Clarke Avenue and the White Rose Bar & Grill parking lot. www.downtownyorkpa.com/gogreen

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First Friday May

Downtown Shops and Restaurants Friday, May 6, 5-9pm 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. May’s First Friday theme is “Moms on Main.” www.downtownyorkpa. com/firstfridays

Spring Forward

May 21

Join The Parliament Arts Organization for their 4th annual Spring Forward Fashion & Art Event. Spring Forward is the ultimate collaboration of community, emerging artists and fashion coming together for an evening of spring inspiration. Local and international art will be paired with models styled from downtown merchants to reflect the artists’ vision within their pieces. To do this, The Parliament brings together area experts on art, fashion, and photography and collaborates with downtown merchants to put together a great community event. For more information on The Parliament Arts Organization and their annual event, please visit www.ParliamentYork.org.

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.

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: January 1, 2016: Ring in the New February 5, 2016: #iloveyorkcity March 4, 2016: Shop and Hops April 1, 2016: Spring Fling May 6, 2016: Moms on Main For information on all things First Friday, visit www.downtownyorkpa.com/firstfridays and Like Downtown Inc on Facebook: www.facebook.com/DowntownYorkPa. downtownyorkpa.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 Mon.-Fri., 7am-4pm, Sat., 8am-12pm Tours are free. Please call in advance. Sunrise Soap Company 29 N. Beaver St. / 717-858-4549 www.sunrisesoapco.com Tues., 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 Artist studio 323 W. Mason Ave., 2nd, 3rd and 4th Fl. 717-515-4911 Open by appointment. Creative York North 10 N. Beaver St. / 717-848-3200 http://creativeyork.org/ Tues., Thurs., & Sat., 10am-2pm, First Fridays 4pm-9pm or by appointment Creative York West 118 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-3200 http://creativeyork.org/ Tues., Thurs., & Sat., 10am-2pm, First Fridays 4pm-9pm or by appointment Clay Path Studio 33 W. Market St. / 717-559-0223 www.claypathstudio.com Tues., Thurs., 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

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HIVE artspace 126 E. King St. / 917-971-7456 www.hiveartspace.com Thurs., Fri., Sat., 11am-3pm and by appointment First Fridays 5pm-9pm i-ron-ic Coffee, boutique, screen-printing, and gallery house 256 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-505-9818 Mon.-Sun. check website for times 7 days a week, 7am-7pm http://i-ron-ic.com JustBRENDA Art Studio Gallery 22 N. Beaver St. / 717-495-1353 www.brendaart.net Thurs. & 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 Information center and gallery for PA Arts Experience artist trail 37 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-884-8822 www.PaArtsExperience.org Tues. & Thurs.10am-2pm; Sat. 10am-3pm; First Fridays 5:30pm-9pm The Parliament Art Gallery & Tea Bar 116 E. King St. / 717-683-6621 www.parliamentyork.org Tues.-Sat., 11am-7pm and by appointment. First Fridays 5-9pm 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., 11:30am-3pm; and by appointment Vulcania Graphics & Fine Art, LLC 122 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-252-1085 www.vgafa.com By appointment only: Tues.-Fri., 10am-6pm, Sat. 10am-2pm; First Fridays 5pm-9pm Working Class York 15 E. Philadelphia St. / 717-843-3345 www.workingclassyork.com Creative York North 10 N. Beaver St. / 717-848-3200 www.creativeyork.org Tues., Thurs., & Sat. 10am-2pm; First Fridays 4pm-9:00pm or by appointment Creative York West 118 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-3200 http://creativeyork.org/ Tues., Thurs., & Sat., 10am-2pm, First Fridays 4pm-9pm or by appointment

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 Tues.-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. Visit www.yorkheritage. org. Tickets may be purchased at all sites except the Bonham House.


downtown york directory Historical Society Museum & Library/ Archives 250 E. Market St. / 717-848-1587 Tues.-Sat., 9am-5pm Agricultural and Industrial Museum 217 W. Princess St. / 717-848-1587 Tues.-Sat., 10am-4pm 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 / Tues.Sat., guided tours from April through November. See schedule at www.yorkheritage.org/ eventscalendar.asp

THEATER, CINEMA & MUSIC

Assorted Studios Audio recording, live event production and video production 11 N. Newberry St. / 717-916-3050 www.assortedstudios.com Open 7 days a week by appointment CapLive (Capitol Theatre) 50 N. George St. / 717-846-1111 www.caplivemusic.com 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

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

Rodeway Inn 132 N. George St. / 717-843-8974 www.rodewayinn.com Yorktowne Hotel 48 E. Market St. / 717-848-1111 www.yorktowne.com

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Foundry Plaza/Codorus Boat Basin On Grant St., between W. Market and W. Philadelphia Streets Heritage Rail Trail County Park Market St. & Pershing Ave. / 717-840-7440

SPORTS & GAMES

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

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Escape Games Live Puzzle Room Adventures 147 W Philadelphia St. / 717-870-4033 www.escapegameslive.com Call to make reservations.

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YMCA 90 N. Newberry St. 717-843-7884 ext. 260 www.yorkcoymca.org

York Revolution Professional Baseball Santander Stadium / 5 Brooks Robinson Way / 717-801-4487 www.yorkrevolution.com

LODGING

Grace Manor B&B 258 W. Market St. / 717-542-0787 www.gracemanorbandb.com

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

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

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

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BREAKFAST

Central Family Restaurant Family / Diner 400 N. George St. / 717-845-4478 www.eatatcentral.com Mon.-Sat., 5am-10pm; Sun. 7am-9pm The Copper Crust Co. (Central Market) Pastries, Baked Goods, Wraps, and Salads 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-650-6235 www.thecoppercrust.com Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 7am-2pm Glazin Fresh baked donuts, coffee and carryout beer selection 101 S Duke St. / www.glazin.com Sun.-Thurs., 7am-7pm, Fri.-Sat., 7am-11pm

Joy’s Café 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.)

Offcenter Grill (Yorktowne Hotel) American 48 E. Market St. / 717-848-1111 www.yorktowne.com Sun. & Mon., 6:30am-2pm; Tues.-Thurs., 6:30am-10pm, Fri.-Sat., 6:30am-Midnight

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 Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 9am-2pm

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

Mezzogiorno (Central Market) Italian 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-5822 www.mezzoatthemarket.com Tues.-Sun., 7am-2pm

Pepper’s Grille At Central Market Breakfast, Home-Cooked Lunches with a Twist 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-654-0585 www.facebook.com/Peppersgrille Tues., Thurs., & Sat., 8am-2pm; Fri. 11am-2pm

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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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Wangs and Thangs 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.-Thurs., 11am-10pm, Fri. 11am-11pm, Sat. 8am-11pm, Sun. 10am-10pm Bar: Mon.-Sat. 11am-2am; Sun. 11am-Midnight

QUICK-SERVICE

Bair’s Fried Chicken (Central Market) American 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-1945 www.bairsfriedchicken.com Tues., 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 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 Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 9am-2pm


downtown york directory Martinez Grocery Deli/Sandwiches 55 N. Newberry St. 717-851-1058 Marcello’s Pizza Pizza/Subs 7 S. George St. / 717-854-5454 www.marcellosonline.com Mon.-Thurs., 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 Nuts About Granola Shoppe Specialty Foods, Ice Cream, Parfaits 46 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-814-9648 www.nutsaboutgranola.com Tues., Thurs., & Sat., 9am-3pm; First Fridays 11am-9pm Pepper’s Grille At Central Market Cheesesteaks, sliders and more. Breakfast & lunch. 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-654-0585 www.facebook.com/Peppersgrille Tues., Thurs., & Sat., 8am-2pm; Fri. 11am-2pm Stadium Grille Of York 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 Subway Subs/Sandwiches 18 N. George St. / 717-854-7199 www.subway.com Mon.-Fri., 7am-9pm, Sat., 8am-9pm, Sun., 10am-7pm 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. 11am11pm, 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 American - 65 beers on tap 205 S. George St. / (717) 848-3866 www.facebook.com/pages/Cobblestones-Gastropub-Sports-Complex Mon.-Sat., 4pm-2am

Offcenter Grill (Yorktowne Hotel) American 48 E. Market St. / 717-848-1111 www.yorktowne.com Sun. & Mon., 6:30am-2pm; Tues.-Thurs., 6:30am-10pm, Fri.-Sat., 6:30am-Midnight Otto’s Kitchen & Cocktails 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Healthy World Café A nonprofit community café 24 S. George St. / 717-814-8204 www.healthyworldcafe.org Mon.-Fri., 11am-2pm; First Fridays 5-9pm Mezzogiorno (Central Market) Italian 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-5822 www.mezzoatthemarket.com Tues.-Sun., 7am-2pm Mudhook Brewing Co. American/Bar 34 N. Cherry Ln. / 717-747-3605 www.mudhookbrewing.com Tues. & Wed., 4-10pm; Thurs., 11am10pm; Fri. & Sat., 11am-Midnight

FINE DINING

The Left Bank Cosmopolitan atmosphere. International cuisine. 120 N. George St. / 717-843-8010 www.leftbankyork.com Mon. Dinner: 4pm-’Till; Tues.-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: Tues.-Fri., 11:30am-4pm; Dinner: Tues.-Sat., 4-9pm

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MARKET VENDORS

Central Market Historic Farmer’s Market With Over 50 Vendors 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-2243 www.centralmarketyork.com www.facebook.com/centralmarketyork Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 6am-2pm. Individual Stand Hours May Vary. *Free parking on Saturdays and the market is open year round Farmers’ Market Company York’s Oldest Indoor Market; Free Parking 380 W. Market St. / 717-848-1402 www.facebook.com/ FarmersMarketCompanyYorkPa Tues., Fri. & Sat., 7am-2pm. Individual Stand Hours May Vary. Aladdin’s Gyros (Central Market) Classic Greek Dishes 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-854-7489 Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 9am-2pm 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 Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 9am-2pm Bair’s Fried Chicken (Central Market) American 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-1945 www.bairsfriedchicken.com Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 7am-3pm; Fri., 8:30am-3pm; First Fridays Until 9pm Brunner’s Exotic (Central Market) Fresh Fruit, Smoothies And Slushies 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-600-6021 Tues., Thurs. & Sat. 9am-2pm The Busy Bee (Central Market) Eclectic sandwiches and salads 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-825-0866 www.facebook.com/thebusybee1723 Tues. & Thurs., 9am-3pm; Sat., 7am-3pm Conrad’s Deli (Central Market) Delicatessen 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-854-7382 www.facebook.com/conradsdeli Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 6am-2pm

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The Copper Crust Co. (Central Market) Pastries, Baked Goods, Wraps, And Salads 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-650-6235 www.thecoppercrust.com Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 7am-2pm; Sun., 9am2pm

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

Crazy Corkey’s Kettle Corn (Central Market) Official Kettle Corn Of the York Revolution 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-887-7340 www.jenjr33.wix.com/crazycorkeyskc www.facebook.com/pages/Crazy-Corkeys-Kettle-Corn Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 9am-2pm

Just Cupcakes Cupcakes, Cakes, Quiche 44 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-4488 www.justcupcakes.us Tues., Wed. & Thurs., 9am-4:30pm; Fri., 9am-6pm; Sat., 9am-4:30pm

Dimms Pretzels (Central Market) 34 W. Philadelphia St. Tues., 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 W. 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 Global Cafe (Central Market) Fusion Of Afro, Caribbean And Latin Cuisines 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-668-3722 https://www.facebook.com/ GlobalCafeCentral Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 11am-2pm Hartman’s Fruit Farm Bake Shop (Central Market) 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 Tues., Fri. & Sat., 7am-3pm

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 www.facebook.com/jrsfries Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 9am-2pm Lancaster Pickle Company (Central Market) Handmade Pickles 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-606-7878 www.facebook.com/lancasterpickle Lettusknow (Central Market) Made-To-Order Salads And Wraps 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-683-2620 www.facebook.com/pages/Lettusknow Tues., 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/LittleSisters-Kitchen-Confections Lizzie Jo’s Snacks N Things (Central Market) Bulk Candy, Fitzkee’s Chocolates, Maple Donuts 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-881-9274 Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 9am-2pm Mezzogiorno (Central Market) Italian 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-5822 www.mezzoatthemarket.com Tues.-Sun., 7am-2pm Mom’s Bean Pies (Farmers Market) Ethnic 380 W. Market St. / 717-515-2237 www.momsbeanpie.com Tues., Fri. & Sat., 8am-3pm Moses’ Family Jerky (Central Market) Assorted Jerky 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 903-278-6524 www.mfjerky.com Tues., 10am-2pm; Thurs. & Sat., 9am-2pm


downtown york directory Myers Salads & Pastries (Central Market) Deli Salads, Dumplings, Pies, Cookies 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-741-1774 Pepper’s Grille At Central Market Breakfast, Home-Cooked Lunches With A Twist 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-654-0585 www.facebook.com/Peppersgrille Tues., Thurs., & Sat., 8am-2pm; Fri. 11am-2pm The Pretzel Twist (Central Market) Soft Pretzels, Fresh-Made Lemonade 34 W. Philadelphia St. Red Brick Bakery (Central Market) Scones, Cookies, Brownies, Pastries & Loose Tea 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-332-7427 www.redbrickbakery.com Tues., Thurs., & Sat., 6am-2pm Roburrito’s (Central Market) Mexican 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-5323 www.roburritos.com Tues. & Thurs., 11am-2pm; Sat., 9:30am-2pm Saucy Girls (Central Market) Hot Peppers And Sauce 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-891-7944 www.facebook.com/Saucygirls Tues., Thurs., & 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. 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 Tues., Thurs., & 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-GreekSalads-At-Central-Market Tues. & Thurs. 8am-2pm

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

Thom’s Bread (Central Market) Homemade Bread 34 W. Philadelphia St. www.thomsbread.com Sat., 6am-2pm

INTERNATIONAL

Asian Best Restaurant Asian 15 N. Penn St. / 717-848-5578 Mon.-Sat., 11am-9pm Chinatown Express Asian 150 W. Market St. / 717-854-6633 www.Chinatownexpressyork.com Mon.-Thurs., 11am-11pm; Fri. & Sat., 11am-11:30pm; Sun., Noon-10pm

Li’s Kitchen American & Mexican 287 W. Market St. / 717-843-3535 Mon.-Sun., 6am-2am Tutoni’s Mediterranean-inspired, farm-to-table. Wine and cocktails. 108 N. George St. / 717-885-5169 www.tutonis.com Lunch: Mon.-Fri. 11am-2:30pm, Dinner: Mon.-Thurs. 5-9pm; Sat., 5-10pm

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Glazin Fresh baked donuts, coffee and carryout beer selection 101 S Duke St. / www.glazin.com Sun.-Thurs., 7am-7pm, Fri.-Sat., 7am-11pm The Green Bean Roasting Co. Coffee Shop 100 S. Beaver St. / 717-848-4070 www.greenbeanroasting.com Mon.-Fri., 6am-6pm; Sat. 8am-1pm i-ron-ic Coffee, boutique, screen-printing, and gallery house Mon.-Sun. check website for times 256 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-505-9818 7 days a week, 7am-7pm http://i-ron-ic.com

Joy’s Café 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.)

Nuts About Granola Shoppe Specialty Foods, Ice Cream, Parfaits 46 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-814-9648 www.nutsaboutgranola.com Tues., Thurs., & Sat., 9am-3pm; First Fridays 11am-9pm

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

Take 5 Expresso Bar (Central Market) Coffee Shop 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-846-4152 www.facebook.com/Takefiveexpressobar Tues., Thurs., & Sat., 6am-2pm; Wed. & Fri. 7am-12pm

New Grounds Roasting Company Coffee Shop 284 W. Market St. / 717-843-0716 www.newgroundscoffee.com Mon.-Fri., 7am-4pm; Sat. 8am-12pm

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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 American/Bar 41 E. Princess St. / 717-843-5450 www.falloonsyork.com Mon.-Fri., 4pm-2am; Sat. & Sun., 6pm-2am Holy Hound Taproom 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 Tues.-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; Tues.-Fri. Lunch/ Dinner: 11am-’Till; Sat. Dinner: 5pm-’Till Mudhook Brewing Co. Brewpub 34 N. Cherry Ln. / 717-747-3605 www.mudhookbrewing.com Tues. & Wed., 4-10pm; Thurs., 11am10pm; Fri. & Sat., 11am-Midnight


downtown york directory Offcenter Grill (Yorktowne Hotel) American 48 E. Market St. / 717-848-1111 www.yorktowne.com Sun. & Mon., 6:30am-2pm; Tues.-Thurs., 6:30am-10pm, Fri.-Sat., 6:30am-Midnight

Nuts About Granola Shoppe Specialty Foods, Ice Cream, Parfaits 46 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-814-9648 www.nutsaboutgranola.com Tues., Thurs., & Sat., 9am-3pm; First Fridays 11am-9pm

Imagine Your Yoga 36 N. Beaver St. 1st Floor/ 717-900-8163 imagineyouryoga.squarespace.com Tues.-Thurs. 11am-3pm; Sat. 10am-3pm; First Fridays 5pm-8pm Call for available evening hours

Otto’s Kitchen & Cocktails 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

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

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

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

White Rose Bar & Grill American/Bar 48 N. Beaver St. / 717-848-5369 www.whiterosebarandgrill.com Restaurant: Mon.-Thurs., 11am-10pm, Fri. 11am-11pm, Sat. 8am-11pm, Sun. 10am10pm; 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 Gift Boutique & Healing Center – a tea & gift shop with unique locally made jewelry, knit wear, yarn, 150 + teas, artisan smoothie bar, Reiki & classes 48 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-843-0079 www.cherieannedesigns.com Tues. & Thurs. 10am-3pm; Fri. 10am-4pm; Sat., 9am-3pm; First Fridays until 9pm; additional hours by appointment, during special events & the holiday season. Clay Path Studio Artisan gift shop and pottery. Classes. 33 W. Market St. / 717-559-0223 www.claypathstudio.com Tues. & Wed. 10am-9pm; Thurs. 10am5pm; Fri. 9am-4pm; Sat. 9am-5pm; First Fridays until 9pm i-ron-ic Coffee, boutique, and gallery house 256 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-505-9818 www.i-ron-ic.com Sun.-Sat., Check website for times

Specializing in women’s clothing featuring organic textiles, USA made items, fair trade gifts, and unique one-of-a-kind pieces from local artisans 38 N. Beaver St. / 717-854-2608 www.sweetmelissasdream.com Tues.-Fri., 10am-4pm; Sat. 9am-4pm; First Fridays until 9pm This Little Light of Mine (Central Market) 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; Thurs. 10am-9pm; Sun., noon-6pm

CLOTHING & ACCESSORIES

Arthur & Daughters York’s purveyor of designer Made in the USA apparel + accessories – including their own Private Label Collection. We ❤ Made in the USA. 49 N. Beaver St. / 646-269-1869 www.arthuranddaughters.com Tues. & Thurs., 10am-4pm; Sat. 10am4pm; Wed. by appointment; First Fridays until 9pm Elizabeth & West Fashion House The season’s latest fashions for women and children 15 N. Beaver St. / 717-851-0148 www.elizabethandwestfashion.com Tues.-Sat. 10am-4pm

i-ron-ic Coffee, boutique, screen-printing, and gallery house Mon.-Sun. check website for times 256 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-505-9818 7 days a week, 7am-7pm http://i-ron-ic.com Jean Joint Urban retailer 100 S. George St. / 717-854-1116 www.thejeanjoint.com Mon.-Thurs., 10am-6pm; Fri., 10am-6:30pm; Sat., 10am-6pm Junior League Thrift Shop 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; Sun. open at 11am; First Fridays until 9pm My Girlfriend’s Wardrobe Brand name consignment 41 W. Market St. / 717-668-3020 www.mygirlfriendswardrobe.net Mon. & Sat., 10am-4pm; Tues.-Thurs., 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.-Thurs. & 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 downtownyorkpa.com

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downtown york directory Rainbow Shop Clothing boutique, shoes 6 W. Market St. / 717-699-1168 www.rainbowshops.com Mon.-Wed., 10am-6pm; Thurs.-Sat., 10am-7pm Redeux Marketplace Vintage and handmade marketplace 113 S. Duke St. / 717-850-8063 www.redeuxmarketplace.com Thurs.-Sat., 11am-7pm; Sun. noon-6pm; First Fridays until 9pm Sneaker Villa Best of fashion from your toe to your head…sneaks to your cap 132 S. George St. / 717-845-3011 www.ruvilla.com Mon.-Thurs., 10am-7pm; Fri. & Sat., 10am-8pm; Sun., 11am-4pm Sweet Melissa’s Dream Specializing in women’s clothing featuring organic textiles, USA made items, fair trade gifts, and unique one-of-a-kind pieces from local artisans 38 N. Beaver St. / 717-854-2608 www.sweetmelissasdream.com Tues.-Fri. 10am-4pm; Sat 9am-4pm; First Friday 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 Tues.-Fri., 8:30am-5pm; Sat., 8:30am3pm; First Fridays 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., Tues., Wed., Thurs. & Fri., 9am4:30pm; Sat., 9am-2pm www.yorkrescuemission.org

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

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Miller Bros. Vacuum 357 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-854-6111 www.millervac.com Mon.-Thurs., 9am-5:30pm; Fri., 8am5:30pm; 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 Planeta Latino Mobile phone shop 21 S. George St. / 717-771-8962 www.facebook.com/PlanetaLatinoYork Mon.-Fri., 8:30am-7pm; Sat. 9am6:30pm; Sun. 9am-4pm Preferred Wireless Mobile phone shop 141 W. Market St. / 717-668-8658 www.facebook.com/preferredwirelessyork Mon.-Fri., 9am-7pm; Sat 9am-6pm Vault Video Games Video games & Gaming consoles 290 W. Market St. www.facebook.com/vaultvideogames Mon.-Fri. 11am-7pm; Sat. 11am-5pm York Rescue Mission Economy Store New and used clothing, shoes, household goods, antiques, collectibles and furniture 283 W. Market St. / 717-845-7662 Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. & Fri., 9am4:30pm; Sat., 9am-2pm

ESSENTIALS & GROCERY

56 Urban Provisions Small batch US made foods and gift-y goods. Specialty sodas, fresh produce, pantry staples, and more. 56 S. Duke St. / 717-513-0029 www.56urbanprovisions.com Mon.-Fri., 7am-7pm; Sat.-Sun., 9am-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 Your City, Your Community, Your C-town 139 N. Duke St. / 717-848-5480 www.ctownsupermarkets.com Daily: 8am-9pm

Charles Ilyes Family Inc. (Farmers Market) Fresh Meats And Vegetables 380 W. Market St. / 717-792-2743 www.facebook.com/charlesilyesfam Tues., Fri. & Sat., 7am-3pm Chronister’s Plants (Farmers Market) Fresh and Potted Plants, Fruit In Season 380 W. Market St. Fri. & Sat., 8am-2pm 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 Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 8am-2pm The Eternal Vaper 57 S. George St. / 717-478-8273 www.theeternalvaper.com Tues.-Fri., noon-6:30pm; Sat., 11am-5pm; First Fridays until 9pm Family Dollar 133 N. Duke St. / 717-846-8946 www.familydollar.com Mon.-Sun., 8am-10pm FoodMart Asian Grocery Asian market 380 W. Market St. / 717-848-3940 Tues., Thurs.-Sun., 8:30am-7pm; Wed., 6am-7pm Fruitastic! (Farmers Market) Fresh Fruit And Produce 380 W. Market St. / 717-848-1402 Tues., 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 Tobacco and convenience store 49 W. Market St. Mon.-Fri., 8am-5pm; Sat., 8am-2pm Martinez Grocery Grocery 55 N. Newberry St. / 717-318-5098 Mon.-Sun., 7:30am-10pm


downtown york directory 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

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

Nuts About Granola Shoppe Specialty Foods, Ice Cream, Parfaits 46 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-814-9648 www.nutsaboutgranola.com Tues., Thurs., & Sat., 9am-3pm; First Fridays 11am-9pm

Fosters Flower Shop 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

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 Tues. & Thurs., 7am-2pm; Sat., 6am-2pm Ramon’s One-Stop Shop 344 W. Market St. / 717-309-6034 Tues.-Fri., 9am-3:30pm; Sat., 9am-5pm Rite Aid 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 R.L. Godfrey Produce (Farmers Market) Fresh Produce And Poultry 380 W. Market St. / 717-428-3068 Tues., Fri. & Sat., 7am-3pm Vapors Cloud Lounge E-cigarettes 16 S. Queen St. / www.facebook.com/ pages/Vapors-Cloud-Lounge-llc Mon.-Thurs., 10am-8pm; Fri. & Sat., 9:30am-9pm; Sun., 10am-6pm West Market Convenience Store & Tobacco Outlet 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 Tues., 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 Tues. & Thurs. 9am-2pm; Sat., 8am-2pm

FURNITURE

Great Beds to Go Beds, bedding, décor 377 W. Market St. / 717-855-2450 www.facebook.com/pages/Beds-2Go/328845707148420?sk=info Mon.-Fri., 10am-6pm; Sat., 9am-5pm Redeux Marketplace Vintage and handmade marketplace 113 S. Duke St. / 717-850-8063 www.redeuxmarketplace.com Thurs.-Sat., 11am-7pm; Sun. noon-6pm; First Fridays until 9pm Traffic Black Modern, Contemporary Furniture 133 S. Duke St. / 717-846-4018 www.facebook.com/pages/Traffic-Black/332052713669494 Tues.-Sat., 11am-5pm York Rescue Mission Economy Store New and used clothing, shoes, household goods, antiques, collectibles and furniture 283 W. Market St. / 717-845-7662 Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. & Fri., 9am-4:30pm; Sat., 9am-2pm

GIFTS

56 Urban Provisions Small batch US made foods and gift-y goods. Specialty sodas, fresh produce, pantry staples, and more. 56 S. Duke St. www.56urbanprovisions.com Mon.-Fri., 7am-7pm; Sat.-Sun., 9am-6pm Allegro Winery (Central Market) Fine Wines 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-927-9148 www.allegrowines.com Tues., 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 Tues. & Thurs., 10am-3pm; Fri., 10am3pm; Sat., 9am-4pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Croweo Amish Food and Stuff to Go (Central Market) 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-495-8248 www.facebook.com/pages/ Croweo-Amish-Food-and-Stuff-toGo/400875606694207 Tues. & Thurs., 8am-2pm; Sat., 7:30am2pm Dis and Dat (Farmers Market) Variety store 380 W. Market St. / 717-848-1402 Tues., Fri. & Sat., 8am-3pm Imagine Your Yoga 36 N. Beaver St. 1st Floor/ 717-900-8163 imagineyouryoga.squarespace.com Tues.-Thurs. 11am-3pm; Sat. 11am-3pm; First Fridays 5pm-8pm; Please call for available evening hours 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; Sun. open at 11am; First Fridays until 9pm Nuts About Granola Shoppe Specialty Foods, Ice Cream, Parfaits 46 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-814-9648 www.nutsaboutgranola.com Tues., Thurs., & 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 Tues.-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.-Thurs. & 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 Tues., Thurs., & Sat., 10am-3pm Redeux Marketplace Vintage and handmade marketplace 113 S. Duke St. / 717-850-8063 www.redeuxmarketplace.com Thurs.-Sat., 11am-7pm; Sun. noon-6pm; First Fridays until 9pm downtownyorkpa.com

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downtown york directory 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., Thurs., Fri. 11am-3pm, Sat. 9am-4pm Sweet Melissa’s Dream Specializing in women’s clothing featuring organic textiles, USA made items, fair trade gifts, and unique one-of-a-kind pieces from local artisans 38 N. Beaver St. / 717-854-2608 www.sweetmelissasdream.com Sun., 11am-2pm; Tues. & Wed., 10am4pm; Thurs. & Fri., 10am-7pm; Sat., 9am4pm; First Fridays until 9pm This Little Light of Mine (Central Market) Homemade Soy Candles, ‘Let it Shine’ bath and body products, fundraising and homemade and specialty gifts. 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-891-5100 Tues., Thurs., & Sat. 9am-2pm www.thislittlelightofminellc.com T.K.’S Nut & Candy Store (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 Tues.-Fri., 8:30am-5pm; Sat., 8:30am3pm; 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.

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HOBBY

JEWELRY

B&E Junction Electric Trains Specializing in new/antique electric toy trains, International retailer, service center 17 W. Market St. / 717-699-1234 Tues.-Sat., 10am-7pm

Elizabeth & West Fashion House Fashionable yet wallet-friendly clothing 15 N. Beaver St. / 717-851-0148 www.elizabethandwestfashion.com Mon. & Sat., 10am-4pm; Tues.-Thurs., 10am-6pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Camera Center of York 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

Indigo Bleu Fresh fashion in women’s clothing and accessories 39 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-650-2425 www.indigobleufashion.com Tues.-Thurs., 10am-4pm; Fri., 10am-4pm; Sat., 9am-4pm; 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 Tues. & Thurs., 10am-3pm; Fri., 10am3pm; Sat., 9am-4pm; First Fridays until 9pm Escape Games Live Puzzle Room Adventures 147 W Philadelphia St. / 717-870-4033 www.escapegameslive.com www.facebook.com/escapegamesliveyork Call to make reservations 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 Pippi’s Pen Shoppe Writing instruments, accessories, calligraphy and illustration available. Come write away! 146 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-848-6220 www.pippispenshoppe.com Tues., Thurs., & 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., Thurs., & Sat. 10am-6pm; Fri., 10am-9pm; Sun., 12-6pm 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.

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; Sun. open at 11am; First Fridays until 9pm Redeux Marketplace Vintage and handmade marketplace 113 S. Duke St. / 717-850-8063 www.redeuxmarketplace.com Thurs.-Sat., 11am-7pm; Sun. noon-6pm; First Fridays until 9pm Sweet Melissa’s Dream Specializing in women’s clothing featuring organic textiles, USA made items, fair trade gifts, and unique one-of-a-kind pieces from local artisans 38 N. Beaver St. / 717-854-2608 www.sweetmelissasdream.com Sun., 11am-2pm; Tues. & Wed., 10am4pm; Thurs. & Fri., 10am-7pm; Sat., 9am4pm; 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 Tues.-Fri., 8:30am-5pm; Sat., 8:30am3pm; 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 Tues., Thurs., & Sat., 6am-2pm Farmers’ Market Company York’s oldest indoor market; free parking 380 W. Market St. / 717-848-1402 www.facebook.com/ PennStreetFarmersMarket Tues., Fri. & Sat., 7am-3pm


downtown york directory SPECIALTY FOOD

56 Urban Provisions Small batch US made foods and gift-y goods. Specialty sodas, fresh produce, pantry staples, and more. 56 S. Duke St. www.56urbanprovisions.com Mon.-Sat., 7am-7pm; Sat.-Sun., 9m-6pm C-Town Supermarket Your City, Your Community, Your C-Town 139 N. Duke St. / 717-848-5480 www.ctownsupermarkets.com Daily: 8am-9pm

Junior League Thrift Shop 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 My Girlfriend’s Wardrobe Brand name consignment 41 W. Market St. / 717-668-3020 www.mygirlfriendswardrobe.net Mon. & Sat., 10am-4pm; Tues.-Thurs., 10am-6pm; Fri., 10am-7pm; First Fridays until 9pm

Croweo Amish Food and Stuff to Go (Central Market) 34 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-495-8248 www.facebook.com/pages/ Croweo-Amish-Food-and-Stuff-toGo/400875606694207 Tues. & Thurs., 8am-2pm; Sat., 7:30am2pm

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

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

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

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; Sun. open at 11am and First Fridays until 9pm

York Rescue Mission Economy Store New/used clothing, shoes, household goods, antiques, collectibles, furniture 283 W. Market St. / 717-845-7662 www.yorkrescuemission.com Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. & Fri., 9am4:30pm; Sat., 9am-1pm

Nuts About Granola Shoppe Specialty Foods 46 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-814-9648 www.nutsaboutgranola.com Tues., Thurs., & 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 Tues.-Sat., 9am-2pm; First Fridays until 9pm 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.

THRIFT

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

SERVICES FITNESS

Breathe the Studio Alternative fitness 337 W. Market St. / 717-858-2796 / www. facebook.com/pages/Breathe-The-Studio-Alternative-Fitness/301095779514 Mon. 7am-8pm, Tues., 9:15-10:15am, Wed., 7am-6:30pm, Thurs., 9:15am-6pm, Fri., 7am-8:30am CrossFit York 147 W. Philadelphia St. (rear) / 443-5381147 / http://crossfityork.com Visit website for daily schedule Imagine Your Yoga 36 N. Beaver St. 1st Floor/ 717-900-8163 imagineyouryoga.squarespace.com Tues.-Thurs. 11am-3pm; Sat. 10am-3pm; First Fridays 5pm-8pm Call for available evening hours A Step Ahead Dance Studio Dance studio, lessons 220 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-846-2109

YMCA of York County 90 N. Newberry St. / 717-843-7884 / www.yorkcoymca.org Mon.-Fri., 5:30am-9:30pm; Sat., 7am5pm; Sun., 1-5pm (Closed Sundays, May to September) YWCA York 320 E. Market St. / 717-845-2631 www.ywcayork.org Mon.-Fri., 5:30am-9pm; Sat., 8am-2pm York Social Dance Studio Practice and preservation of the vintage social dance scene; group/private lessons (no alcohol or food) 324 W. Market St. / 717-659-1308 www.ysdstudio.com Visit website for schedules.

GROOMING

Alfano’s Downtown Barber Barber shop 51 W. Market St. / 717-854-1988 By appointment. Tues., 8:30am-3pm, Thurs. 8:30am-6pm; Fri., 8:30am-5pm.; Sat., 7:30am-1pm Built to Last Tattoo and body piercing 315 W. Market St. / 717-846-1978 www.b2ltattoo.com Daily: noon-9pm Didi & Smiling John’s A traditional barber shop and salon 119 S. Duke St. / 717-858-7428 www.didiandsmilingjohns.com By appointment. Tue-Sat.; Walk-ins: Tues. & Wed. 9:00am-5:00pm; Thurs. & Fri. 11:00am-7:00pm; Sat. 9:00am-3:00pm. Euphoria Tattoo Emporium 102 N. George St. / 717-650-6049 www.facebook.com/ EuphoriaTattooEmporium Tues.-Sat. 12pm-6pm Just the Right Touch Hair salon 23 S. Beaver St. / 717-814-7753 Mon. by appt.; Tues. & Wed., 7:30am7:30pm; Thurs. & Fri., 7:30am-9:30pm; Sat. 6am-5pm Lavern’s Hair Salon 337 W. Market St. / 717-854-3427 www.facebook.com/lavernshairsalon Tues.-Fri., 10am-6:30pm; Sat., 9am-4pm Sky Nails Nail Salon 15 S. George St. / 717-812-9294 Mon.-Thurs., 9:30am-7:30pm; Fri. & Sat., 9am-7:30pm; Sun., closed downtownyorkpa.com

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downtown york directory Today Nail Salon Beauty Salon 57 E. Philadelphia St. / 717-854-1969

BANKS/ATMS

BB&T 1 E. Market St., Ste. 101 / 800-311-3182 Fulton Bank 30 S. George St., Ste. 1 / 717-771-4224 Integrity Bank 1 Marketway South / 717-718-8000 Peoples Bank 1 W. Market St., Ste. 1 / 717-846-1970 Santander Bank 101 S. George St. / 717-771-9400 Wells Fargo Bank 12 E. Market St. / 717-852-5278 White Rose Credit Union 107 E. Philadelphia St. / 717-846-1156

BUSINESS SERVICES

CoWork 155 Shared office space and telecommuting. Day passes available. 155 W. Market St. / 717-495-4388 www.cowork155.com Mon-Fri., 8am-9pm Curso de Ciudania Americana Immigration, translation, real estate and passport services 164 E. Market St. / 717-858-6909 Mon.-Fri., 8am-5pm Diadem Enterprises, LLC Technology for Businesses 57 E. Market St. / 888-342-3361 diademtechnologies.com Susquehanna SCORE Provides free or low-cost business mentoring and workshops as part of a national nonprofit association. HACC Goodling Center, 2101 Pennsylvania Ave. / 717-845-8830 susquehanna.score.org Call for appointments 9am-Noon. The Union Shared workspace. Drop-in available. 110 South Queen St. / 717-435-4231 www.theunionyork.com

York County Economic Alliance Resource for facilitating expansion, funding, redevelopment, networking, business-to-business promotion, advocacy and workforce development. 144 Roosevelt Ave. / 717-848-4000 www.ycea-pa.org Mon.-Thurs., 8:30am-5pm, Fri., 8:30am-4:30pm YorKitchen (Central Market) Commercial kitchen space for rent 37 W. Clarke Ave. / 717-814-8879 www.yorkitchen.com

ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS

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Graffin Associates PC 34 N. Beaver St. / 717-812-1040 www.graffincpa.com Merrill Lynch 96 S. George St. / 800-937-0638 www.ml.com

Moul & Co CPAs 135 N. George St. / (717) 843-1990

CORE Design Group 37 N. Queen St. / 717-741-2046 www.core-designgroup.com/

Northwestern Mutual 1 S. George St. / 717-843-5511 york.nm.com

C. S. Davidson, Inc. Civil Engineering 38 N. Duke St. / 717-846-4805 www.csdavidson.com

RSB & Associates, P.C. 54 S. Beaver St. / 717-845-9671 www.rsbassocpc.com

James R. Holley & Associates, Inc. Engineering, Planning, Landscape Architecture & Surveying 18 S. George St. / 717-846-4373 www.jrholley.com Mon.-Fri., 8am-4:30pm LSC Design 320 N. George St. / 717-845-8383 www.lscdesign.com/Home.aspx Mula Architects 236 N. George St., Ste. 105 717-581-9350 www.mula-architects.com

Morgan Stanley 204 N. George St. / 717-854-5553 www.morganstanleybranch.com/york

SF & Company 96 S. George St. # 350 / 717-741-0004 www.sfc-cpa.com

LEGAL

Bitzer Law 1 W. Market St. / 717-848-8448 www.adoptionattorneyyork.com Central Booking Bail Bonds LLC 100 N. George St. / 717-767-2943 www.centralbookingbailbonds.com CGA Law Firm 135 N. George St. / 717-848-4900 www.cgalaw.com

Murphy & Dittenhafer 226 W. Market St. / 717-848-8627 www.murphdittarch.com

Law Office of David E. Cook, LLC 18 S. George St., Ste. 701 / 717-845-9530 www.davidecook.com

RGS Associates Land Planning, Landscape Architecture, Civil Engineering 110 N. George St., Flr. 2 / 717-854-2310 www.rgsassociates.com

Law Office of Christopher A. Ferro, LLC 160 E. Market St. / 717-668-8159 ferrolawfirm.com

SMW Architects LLC 110 N. George St. / 717-668-8014 www.smw-arc.com

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FINANCIAL

Bergdoll & Co LLP 137 W. Market St. / 717-854-7894

Atkins Design, Engineering, and Project Management Consultancies 135 N. George St., Ste. 205 717-761-0110 northamerica.atkinsglobal.com/en-GB

Richard Bono Associates 34 N. Cherry Ln. / 717-845-9101

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Williams and Ports Architecture and Design Inc 25 N. Duke St. / 717-846-6112 williamsandports.com

Law Office of Farley G. Holt 34 N. Queen St. / 717-846-0550 www.farleygholtlaw.com Gailey Legal Group 96 S. George St., Ste. 430 / 717-852-8379 www.gaileylegalgroup.com


downtown york directory Griest, Himes, Herrold, Reynosa LLP 129 E. Market St. / 717-846-8856 ghhslaw.com Hoffmeyer & Semmelman, LLP 30 N. George St. / 717-846-8846 hoffsemm.com Katherman, Briggs & Greenberg, LLP 110 N. George St., 3rd Flr. / 717-848-3838 www.resultsyoudeserve.com Kope & Associates Law Offices, LLC 11 E. Market St., Ste. 200A 717-843-3165 www.kopelaw.com Richard R. Reilly Attorney At Law 54. N. Duke St. / 717-843-5355 www.weprovidepeaceofmind.net Mon.-Fri., 8:30am-4:30pm. First Fridays, 5-9pm Stock and Leader Attorneys at Law Susquehanna Commerce Center East, 221 W. Philadelphia St., Ste. E600 717-846-9800 www.stockandleader.com

MARKETING

Midor Property Management, LLC 201 Chestnut St. / 717-843-2233 www.midorproperties.com

Campbell, Harrington & Brear 352 W. Market St. / 717-846-2947 www.chbadv.com

Key Realty Inc. 38 S. Beaver St. / 717-718-8154

Design Bots Design Firm 681 East Philadelphia Street 717-819-6527 designbotsmediafirm.com Gavin Advertising 328 West Market Street / 717-848-8155 www.gavinadvertising.com GRIT Marketing Group 221 West Philadelphia Street, Suite 14 717-885-0014 www.moxiedm.com

REAL ESTATE

ROCK Commercial Real Estate 221 W. Philadelphia St. / 717-854-5357 www.rockrealestate.net Sherman Property Management, Inc. 720 W. Market St. / 717-699-2229 www.go-sherman.com

Codo York 241 N. George St. and 28 N. George St. 717-699-2229 www.codoyork.com Cherry Lane Realty, Inc. 515 W. Market St. / 717-846-1345 www.cherrylanemgt.com

My York City Living 717-843-7891 www.myyorkcityliving.com

Susquehanna Real Estate 140 E. Market St. / 717-848-5500 www.susquehanna-realestate.com Yohn Property Management 96 S. George St., Ste. 210 / 717-843-7509 www.yohnproperties.com York Property Management Group 125 N. George St. / 717-846-RENT www.yorkpropertymanagementgroup.com

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