Reservations may be made in the Ballroom area only. Barroom and Stammtisch areas are first come. For reservations, call the club M-F after 4pm: 717-898-8451
Note:No outside food my not be brought into the club on nights that we offer food service.
Payment: The club is a cash only establishment. We will accept checks payable to the Lancaster Liederkranz. There is an ATM machine located in our lobby for your convenience.
Members & Guests per LLK & PLCB Rules
Members must have their membership card available upon request from an officer/trustee, door tender or bartender.
Guests must provide a valid drivers license or state ID upon request.
Guests must be accompanied and signed-in by their member host and will be asked to wear a guest badge unless attending a public event.
Members must purchase alcohol for guests. State law prohibits bartenders from serving non members.
At any one visit, a member may bring their immediate family plus 4 non member guests.
After 3 visits to the club annually, guests are expected to apply for membership.
Bratwrust with potatoes & kraut
Volunteers Please remember your bartenders and servers are volunteers of the club and do not receive paid compensation for their work. First Thursday Meeting Night Non members must exit the Ballroom at the start of the membership meeting at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday Dance Nights Dinner service is available on Saturdays from 5:30 to 8:30, with service in the Ballroom for dance patrons and in the Bar area for those not attending the dance. You do not need to attend dances to enjoy our dance night menu. Dance information in panel to the right.
Bar Hours Mon – Thur: 4-11 pm Fri & Sat: 4 pm-12 am Closed Sundays except for special events
We have 20 Taps! Featuring: German Pilsner, German Lager, German Weiss, Craft Beers and Domestics Current Craft & German Beer Note: beers may change daily
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- Dances are Saturday evenings, 7:00-11:00 p.m. - Schneeball is Sunday afternoon, 2:00-6:00 p.m. - Dressy or Business Casual attire for most events: Military Ball - uniforms encouraged Schneeball "snow ball" - wearing white & blue is encouraged Fasching is German Mardi Gras - a costume ball Lumpenball is a "bum's ball" - dress down! Ein Abend in Wien is semi-formal
Lancaster Liederkranz Preserving German music, song, dance, language, customs, and culture since 1880.