Whether you’re craving some pork belly or shoofly pie, a pint of pilsner or a tall glass of pinot grigio, Pennsylvania’s food and drink options are among the keystones that make this state unique.
Pennsylvania's rich culinary heritage has been simmering for years, piled high with French fries, served with maple syrup or topped with a bit of chow chow. From whoopie pies to the Pittsburgh pierogi, Pennsylvania is popping with unique foods. Try the belt-loosening favorites of Lancaster County’s smorgasbords or enjoy one of Pennsylvania’s staples: the Philly cheesesteak, Pittsburgh’s Primanti Bros. sandwich, Hershey’s chocolate. Dine on locally sourced, farm-to-table meals.
Wine connoisseurs have grape expectations of Pennsylvania’s award-winning wineries. Cultivate your palette with free tours and tastings, or to get a flavor of the entire state, find a designated driver and tour one of Pennsylvania’s 12 wine trails – each a distinctive experience. You can also visit the oldest operating brewing company in the United States or sip and savor some suds at Pennsylvania’s independent craft breweries.