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We are from out of town. We came on Tuesday night at 5:30pm after a busy day. Parking lot was 1/3 full already. When we went in they asked if we had a reservation..no. It wasn’t a problem. We saw a lot of tables reserved....More
As an Innkeeper, we are always looking for a good experience for our guests. The Cat's Meow was listed on "Lancaster County Best Kept Secrets" last year, and several of our guests enjoyed a delicious lunch and encouraged us to visit. Although a distance from...More
Dinner with friends tonight. First time visit. Love the Roaring 20's decor. Check out the pictures on the walls! Great service! The best French Onion Soup I ever tasted! Had the flounder stuffed with crabmeat, and my wife had the crabcakes. Both delicious. Our friends...More
The staff is knowledgeable of the menu, service is friendly and the food is always very good. The only drawback to this location is that during cooler weather it is not handicap accessible. There is a street level outdoor dining/bar area during warmer weather only.
Went a couple times & ordered the chicken noodle soup. BIG bowl. Tasty. Wings fine. Desserts are homemade, so their selection is really good, different. Service was excellent. It can get noisy when the place is crowded.
So from the outside looks like maybe little bit of a bar kinda place but as we got up closer we found it to be quaint and enjoyable. It is a old building so nothing new here. Once inside we decided to sit at the...More
I have to admit that I didn’t pick “The Cat’s Meow” while travelling – my wife picked it. I was expecting a small, frilly, eclectic place but went along for the ride. I was pleasantly surprised that it has nothing to do with “cats”. It...More
First, the servers greet you like an old friend. In the background is this wonderful Dixie land jazz music. On the walls are portraits of actors, musicians, and athletes from the thirties, the flapper era. The food was great. My son-in-law had the "J. Edgar...More
This speak easy themed restaurant was a fun experience. They have lots of roaring 20s inspired cocktails. The food is tasty and the portions are generous. We enjoyed the linguini and meatballs, the crab sandwich, and a chocolate martini.