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chowgirl Dec 20, 2008 06:23 AM

We're visiting Hershey with our kids next weekend, and we're looking for good lunch and dinner spots. Any type of cuisine is fine, but we're looking for inexpensive to moderately priced non-chain restaurants in Hershey, not in surrounding towns. Just for our information, as well, I'd like to know what decent chains are in town.

Thanks!

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    centralpadiner Dec 21, 2008 06:15 PM

    My kids enjoy going to Fire Alley - in a strip mall next the the local movie theater on rt. 743 - even though they stopped carrying a kids menu. They will try to be accommodating with smaller portions. It's an independent upscale bar/restaurant. Not everything on the menu is great, but we all enjoy it. Isaac's Deli is a regional chain, great for lunch, fun for kids, and really something for everyone. Houlihan's is a chain, but I consider it one of the better chains in Hershey. All of these places are very kid friendly.

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      centralpadiner Dec 21, 2008 06:10 PM

      My kids love Fire Alley, it is in a strip mall, next to the local movie theater on rt. 743. They stopped offering a kids menu, but you can find things on the app. and even regular menu, and if you ask, they will do smaller portions. Not everything on the menu is great, but it is a fun casual atmosphere. Isaac's Deli is a regional chain, but also appealing to the kids, and there is really something for everyone there.

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