Destination Lancaster County Pennsylvania : 12 Specialty Shoppes In Brickerville
Updated: Feb 15, 2022
The Brickerville House Family Restaurant and its specialty shoppes are a shopping destination.
Upon entering The Brickerville House Restaurant, you'll find the General Store which features an exposed stone wall, booths and an old-fashioned counter with stools. The restaurant seats 225 guests but is divided into several seating areas which give it a warm, inviting atmosphere. Diners enjoy the restaurant’s historic atmosphere, great food and top notch service. Seating options include the enclosed, sunny, wrap around, L shaped porch which looks out to the courtyard, a banquet room, the library and a dining room with a colonial style, stone fireplace.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily and everything on the menu is prepared from scratch. They offer a wide variety of options and have a kids menu as well as catering options.
Cinnabun pancakes, burgers and French Press are popular items along with comfort food like meatloaf and chicken potpie. Be sure to save room for one of their decadent desserts like the chocolate cake with peanut butter icing!
Spend the day! After a great meal, walk out to the courtyard and enjoy shopping, a wine sampling, pampering yourself and handcrafted chocolate.
Cullari Vineyards & Winery Tasting Room
Cullari Vineyards & Winery is family owned and has over 35 different varieties of wine and two tastings rooms. They are a boutique bottler and producer that specializes in both traditional dry and sweet red, white and pink wines, and also some unusual and uniquely crafted grape and fruit wine varieties that are only available at their two tasting rooms. Chocolate lover! Their best selling is Coco Nostra, a chocolate wine.
The vast majority of their wines are produced in very small quantities. They sell over 25,000 bottles of wine annually and yes, they do ship by the case.
Stop in for a sampling-you get to keep the glass! Or buy a bottle and take it to The Brickerville House Family Restaurant to complement your meal.
They are the only winery located within the city limits of Hershey and their other tasting room is at 1251 East Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, PA. 17033 - (717) 533-8985
The Wertz family has been making candy in much the same way since the company was founded in 1931. Their candies are handmade, at the original location in Lebanon, PA., using fresh ingredients according to time-tested formulations which have been handed down through generations. The wide selection of chocolates are generally available in a choice of milk or semi-sweet chocolate, including the popular nonpareils which are available throughout the year in seasonal colors. In addition to the selection of chocolates they also make caramel, fudge, and caramel corn. The famous, old fashioned, caramel corn is handmade in small batches from the same recipe used in the 1930's by Bill. Wertz himself. Wertz candies is still family owned and run by grandsons William, Richard ,Charles and long time employee, Willow. One more reason to visit, Wertz Candies is one of just a few places in the world that makes Opera Fudge. The difference between opera fudge and a buttercream is that opera fudge has no butter in it. Instead they use heavy cream from a local dairy.
The Lebanon location is at 718 Cumberland St. Lebanon, PA. 17042 (717) 273-0511
Glass Accents Etc. and Glass Accents Too
Walking through the front door of Glass Accents Etc. takes your breath away. Glass everything! From sculptures, vases, and paper weights to jewelry and light catchers, You will find unique pieces for yourself or someone special.
Family owned and operated, they represent over 100 American artists . Each piece is an extraordinary, one of a kind work of art. Right next door is their sister store, Glass Accents Too. They carry a beautiful collection of fashion accessories, kitchenware and home decor like stained glass lamps.
Much of the exquisite artisan created jewelry, pottery and upcycled tunic dresses are created by owner, Sharon DeLong. Most days you'll find her behind the counter creating something new for the beautifully displayed shelves. Upcyled dresses are the new wave of sustainable fashion and her creativity shines through in every distinctive piece. Check out the Artists Attic Facebook page for many one-of-a-kind upcycled dresses , hand forged, copper jewelry and functional and decorative pottery and fairy houses.
Unique jewelry is the specialty at Vintage Jewelry Design. Linda Martin, owner and designer, creates one-of-a-kind jewelry designs that have been repurposed. The boutique is a mix of antique and estate jewelry. Unique, hard to find treasures mixed with artisan pieces from Ann-Made, Connoisseur Arts, Drops of Pennsylvania, Jillery, Round Two Jewelry and Steinhoff Pens and stylized accessories.
A Touch of Taste Boutique is a fashion forward boutique with fun accessories, brands like Habitat, Prairie Cotton and French Dressing, home decor that changes according to season and custom furniture. Need a little retail therapy or a gift for that special someone? You'll also find gift items for men and children as well as novelty Items like tea towels and greeting cards.
Salon Synergy is a green circle salon. Green circle provides the world's first and North America's only, sustainable salon solution to recover and repurpose beauty waste and divert it from landfills. Katy and team provides excellent customer service in a relaxing atmosphere. They offer senior, college student and veteran discounts. Salon Synergy is an Aveda Salon and offer hair care, facials, massage, waxing, hand & foot care, hair extensions, make-up and eyelash services.
The many vendors of Brickerville Antiques offers you a wonderful selection of collectibles and antiques. The beautifully restored 1857 barn offers furniture, ephemera, glassware, primitives, stoneware, toys, tools, jewelry, collectibles, postcards, coins, art, dolls, advertising, textiles, kitchenware, books and more. Whether you're a collector or shopping for that special gift or home decor item, you'll enjoy perusing the 3,300 square foot, climate controlled facility.
Nestled inside, you'll also find the Brickerville House Ice Cream Shop, a resident photographer and a candle shop! At this writing, office and retail space is available.
The Brickerville House Restaurant, (717) 625-2525 and specialty shoppes are located at
2 East 28th Division Highway
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