For the perfect jolt of caffeine, look no further than Cornerstone Coffeehouse.
Diners with dietary restrictions will appreciate Cornerstone Coffeehouse's gluten-free options.
Sunny day plus appetite equals the perfect time to head to Cornerstone Coffeehouse.
Wifi is on the house at Cornerstone Coffeehouse, so bring along your tablet or laptop.
At Cornerstone Coffeehouse, your large or small party can easily enjoy a meal.
Catering makes it easier to organize any event, and Cornerstone Coffeehouse will ensure that it is delicious.
At Cornerstone Coffeehouse, you can easily find parking in the lot next door.
You can fill up on Cornerstone Coffeehouse's delicious fare without spending an arm and a leg — in fact, typical meals there run under $15.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all on Cornerstone Coffeehouse's menu — you can stop by whenever the moment's right for you.
Dig in to your favorite American meal at Culinary Arts Center.
Healthy, fresh fare — including low-fat options — is readily available on Culinary Arts Center's menu.
Culinary Arts Center is a local restaurant that accommodates both large and small groups.
Great place to bring the whole family with great food and a business casual dress code.
You can also serve food from Culinary Arts Center at your next party — the restaurant offers catering.
Culinary Arts Center offers nearby and convenient valet parking services for all diners.
Culinary Arts Center offers a nice selection of mid-range cuisine, so you can expect a meal there to cost about $30 or less per person.
Nigh owls and early risers alike will appreciate that the restaurant is open 24 hours a day.
At Young Chefs Academy’s long, stainless-steel counter, diminutive cooks press their heads together, working sunshine-hued dough through a pasta roller or peering at recipes. The bank of ovens spills the scents of cooking sweets, and gaggles of young adults meander into teen classes, ready to gain culinary skills or bother a librarian by listening to blenders at maximum volume. Some weeks, the school concentrates on the recipes of a particular chef, with past sessions focusing on the works of Julia Child and Jamie Oliver. As holidays approach, the recipes turn towards the pumpkin-infused confections that define Halloween or the slow-roasted baskets traditionally eaten on Easter.
With a dollop each of love, joy, peace, and patience, Little Hands Cookie Company enriches young lives with creative baking sessions
bringing parents, children, teachers, and community members together with fresh ingredients and tasty morsels. Sixty-minutes of drop-in baking and cookie decorating includes icing, sprinkles, and an apron and chef's hat, allowing youngsters to bake and decorate their delicious treats in batter-proofed style. Each dessert progeny walks away with a tummy filled with wholesome sweets and a new skill set perfect for wowing the critics at the teddy-bear picnic.
Sipping Pretty acts as a conduit to the world of wine, welcoming customers with wine tastings and educational classes. Its mobile tastings follow a curriculum centered on the four S's of wine tasting and succeeding as a talking police dog: see, sniff, sip, and summarize. Each tasting showcases critically acclaimed wines that tasters can pair with meat and cheese from included snack platters. Seminars offer an alternative way to explore wine, delving into not only the art of tasting but how wine is made and questions of etiquette surrounding its consumption, such as which vintages are best served with a curly straw.
Serving central Pennsylvania for more than 37 years, The Kitchen Shoppe educates aspiring and experienced culinarians in a broad range of topics, many of which are hands-on. The spacious facility hosts hundreds of cooking classes every year, each taught by a professional chef or cookbook author. Upcoming demonstration classes include a collaboration between Victory Brewing Company and Chef Ryan Clay, where the chef will prepare beer-infused menu such as swordfish with sauteed shrimp in a Victory Prima Pils sauce ($59), and a From the Spring Kitchen Garden class ($59), where gardener and author David Hirsch will demonstrate Spring-themed recipes such as Provencal White Beans w/Aromatic Herbs & Fennel from his newest cookbook, Moosewood Restaurant Kitchen Garden Book. Hands-on courses invite home cooks to explore new cooking techniques, from preserving fruit ($39) and making potato and cheese-filled pierogies from scratch ($49), to learning baking basics and creating themed meals such as the I’ve Got the Blues dinner, which sates cerulean-seeking stomachs with blue corn crab cakes, cilantro blue cheese slaw, and braised blue suede shoes ($59). With class sizes limited to 32–50 people, all participants have the opportunity to ask questions of the knowledgeable staff, request guidance from friendly instructors, or just share their custom-airbrushed R2-D2 apron with fellow space opera epicureans.