Kosher No Longer Available At Dutch Wonderland in Lancaster, Pa

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central-pa-kosher-martLetoeles horabim: Central PA’s “Kosher Mart” announced on its website a few weeks ago that it is no longer offering its kosher food & 3G’s Pizza at Dutch Wonderland in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

However, they will retain kosher locations at both nearby Cherry Crest Farm and Hershey Park.

Their Cherry Crest Farm location is certified under the Star K and is both Cholov Yisroel and Pas Yisroel. They are only open Tuesday and Wednesday from 12pm to 3pm, July 31 thru Labor Day. If you are in the area but have no intention on visiting the farm, you’ll still be able to pick up pizza by going to the main entrance and picking up a pass to visit 3 G’s Pizza without the Adventure Farm admission.

Similarly at Hershey Park, the Kosher Mart is conveniently located at the front of the park on the left hand side after the steps. Admission to the park is not necessary to eat at the restaurant. Go to guest services and ask for a “shoppers pass.” This location is also under Star K certification with all meat products are Glatt Kosher, and all bread products Pas Yisroel.

The Hershey Park location is open Sunday – Thursday, 10am to 9pm (unless the park closes at 8pm); Friday, 10am to 2pm. They close for the season on Labor Day, Monday September 2nd.
They have hinted that they will be announcing a new kosher location in the Lancaster area later this summer in August.

Read more about Kosher in Lancaster, PA.

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  1. Kudos to Sally Gerstien, Kosher Mart’s indefatigable owner, for continuing to provide kosher food to park-goers!!

  2. Oy, terrible news. Now yidden won’t be able to fress like their non Jewish counter parts in the park.
    BTW, whats wrong with sandwiches from hone? Why must we have every taanug available to us 24/7?

  3. Eli,

    I was thinking along similar lines. Just wondering though, why are you so understanding of the need to go to a moishev leitzim park that has not one redeeming quality about it that would justify bringing a yidishe child there, but for some reason the “fressing” irks you more.

    Just a thought.

  4. #4, I never said that I was understanding of the need to go to these type of places. In fact I cant stand them myself. But for those that feel they need to go, at least minimize the yetzer hora and go with a low profile

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