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Best things to do in Lewisburg

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Drive-in Theater
“One of Matthew's first experiences in Lewisburg was to Hi-way 50 Drive In. We went on a double date with a couple of friends and their daughter. This is a great time for the family. Plan a picnic or just eat some food from the concessions. We've got a quilt if you'd like to spread out for the showing.”
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Coffee Shop
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“We have no need for a coffee chain in town, because we have the Bro'rista! What started as a memorial dedicated to their son, this coffeehouse has become a favorite of almost everyone in town. You have to try the tomato bisque. If you want a dessert, you've got to go early. Monday-Friday 6am–5pm Saturday 7am–3pm Sunday Closed Lunch Hours 11-2 Monday-Friday 100% of tips fund research for childhood cancer.”
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Restaurant
“Lewisburg has officially made it! WE HAVE SUSHI NOW! The Lewisburg Roll and the Outstanding rolls are our personal favorite. Sunday-Thursday 11:00am-9:30pm Friday- Saturday11:00am-10:30pm ”
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Restaurant
“Cesar's favorite Mexican place in town is El Patron. The food is a little more authentic than the others in town and the popularity is growing for this newer establishment. ”
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Park
“Our local park with hiking trails along the creek and picnic tables. Site of the Goat Festival.”
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Home Goods Store
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Café
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Restaurant
“American-style Greek and Italian food. The souvlaki is pretty good and so is the stir-fry. The cucumber-yogurt dip is great. Not a fan of the pizza. ”
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Jewellery Store
“Located on the square, Tillis Jewelry has one-of-a-kind pieces sure to please everyone.”
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Grocery Store
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Locality
“Home to a rather large Amish community--drive through the countryside and take in the sights, or stop at the farms and purchase Amish-made goods. Wagon tours also available. A two-hour trip from the farm!”
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