Can't help but love Bolton Orchards. Great location on the corner of Rt 117 and Rt 110. Minutes from both 190 and 495. The selection can't be beat and the salads and sandwiches are amazing,
Elsa's has reasonable italian/american food for reasonable prices. The staff is pleasant and helpful. Nothing outstanding overall but a good family oriented restaurant.
I love Moe's. Kind of an addict. Can't get enough of there Queso. The nachos and burritos are great as well as the tacos. The staff seems to be helpful...for the most part. There is a bit of a turnaround because of the young staff but they are usually attentive and try to be helpful.
I have a definite issue with previous posters review. Yes the hospital was sold...well sort of. It was a merger and was all over the public trading sites for months. If you ask the staff and doctors who are working at the hospital, they will tell you the "new owners" seem to be much more on the ball then the previous ones.
And, yes it is true, that the two full time doctors had left after the transistion, but the poster implies it was due to the change of ownership which is simply untrue. One doctor, who was from Canada, left to go back there to deliver her baby and be near her family. She spoke about her moving back to Canada before the birth for months and prior to the ownership change. The other doctor had made it known for years that he was leaving the hospital to move down south after his wife finished her program at Tufts Univ. Unfortuately, the hospital wasn't able to replace these wonderful vets as fast as they had wanted to.
The "two permanent part time vets" are WONDERFUL!!! I can not remember the name of one of them, but Dr Ficcocello (I know I just screwed that spelling up) is a dream. Both are sweet, caring, and very knowlegable. As for the last poster's comment about not understanding, she apparently never bothered to ask because a part time permanent vet means just that. They work part time hours at the hospital but they are permanent members of the staff. I can see how this was difficult to understand.
I also understand that they have board certified surgeon on staff and that they just hired a medical director with an impressive background.
The staff are amazing....truly caring women and really try to make sure that you understand what is going on and what to expect.
My goofy lab, Mocha, had been hit by a car and luckily only had a minor break in her leg. The staff and doctors couldn't have been more sympathetic, caring and most important quick and effective in helping make sure she had no other concerns (internal bleeding) and fixed her right up. A couple of bandage changes later and Mocha is as good as new. We had been going there for years but when Mocha was in need, VCA Lancaster Animal Hospital was there to help.
Two thumbs way way up!