Dinner and Corkscrews at Donecker's

Ephrata, Pennsylvania

ICCA Philadelphia, September 5, 1999

Located in Lancaster County, Ephrata, an early biblical name for Bethlehem, was founded in 1735 by a German monastic community whose members believed that a simple life and hard work brought closeness to God. Known as Amaish Country, the region was originally established by William Penn as a safe haven for Europe's persecuted religious groups.

The Restaurant is divided into several rooms. One has a large walk-in fireplace. The Provincial Room and Chateau are appointed for elegant dining.

Menu

Crudité Tray
Scallops wrapped in Smoked Bacon and Roasted Pepper
Spanikopitas (Spinach and Feta Cheese in Phyllo Dough)
Glazed Soy Honey Chicken Skewers

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Fresh Fruit in a Golden Pineapple Ring with Citrus Poppy Seed Dressing

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Tossed Green Salad, Creamy Caesar Dressing

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Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes with Tomatoes and Basil
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Chicken Acadia (Chicken Breast stuffed with Sweet Sausage, Yams, and Apples

Potatoes au Gratin
Vegetable Medley

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Strawberry Frasier Cake

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Lindemans Chardonnay

Hawkcrest Cabernet Sauvignon

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