“the oldest free-standing restaurant in Hershey”
As our locals know, Fenicci's of Hershey is a restaurant that is deeply embedded in the history of the town of Hershey. Since 1935, under the DeAngelis name, the doors to the restaurant have been open for great food and fun times with family and friends. Mr. Reese actually had one of his first candy factories in the basement of this very building and our Veranda Room was Hershey's most respected Jewelry Store, Erwin's, until 1988. I am very happy that we are able to operate the restaurant in the tradition of the two great families that have previously owned it, the DeAngelis and the Fenice families. Tradition is very important to this restaurant that holds the distinction of “The oldest freestanding restaurant in Hershey, since 1935”. We use all of the original recipes that were brought over from Italy to make our sauces. I also think that we have one of the best homemade Lasagnas, except for Moms!
Nice little Italian restaurant close to the parks. Great for kids. Good beer menu for Moms and Dads. (Trust me, you'll really appreciate it after an after noon at Chocolate Insanity World.) Food isn't fancy, but it's good and made right! The eggplant Napoleon appetizer is actually a very nice meal. The desserts are great too! Highly recommended alternative to park food.
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- Fri, Sat: 11:00 am - 2:00 am
- Sun - Thu: 11:00 am - 1:00 am
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