Franklin County Visitors Bureau Invites All to Taste Local Favorites During National Soup Month

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January is National Soup Month and Franklin County has plenty of delicious local favorites to sample to celebrate the occasion.

Pure & Simple serves delicious soups using healthy alternatives.

These and many more delicious restaurants and places to eat Franklin Fresh are waiting to be sampled during a visit to Franklin County.

January is National Soup Month and the Franklin County Visitors Bureau invites all to sample local favorites throughout the county.

A downtown favorite in Chambersburg is Molly’s Restaurant that serves up their famous chili and French onion Tuesday through Sunday. Their more specialty soups include roasted butternut squash bisque, shrimp bisque and drawing on their Greek roots, avgolemono, which is lemon rice soup. These soups are to be sampled while they last!

For over fifty years, the locals know of the delicious food served by Milky Way Drive-In in Fort Loudoun. From homemade soups such as vegetable beef, clam chowder, cream of broccoli and chicken corn noodle, soup is a great lunch choice.

B Street 104 in Greencastle serves a mix of traditional and new favorites. Diners can’t leave without trying the classic Grandma’s Chicken Rivel Soup or Grandma’s Supper Soup, a hearty Dutch classic. Also in Greencastle, Pure & Simple uses healthy food alternatives to make delicious food. Try a roasted pepper tomato soup, vegan chili, mushroom bisque, Tuscan white bean or cashew carrot ginger soup.

Every day is a different soup selection at Christine’s Café in Waynesboro. Pair a potato soup with a panini or sandwich for a delicious lunch meal.

Copper Kettle in Chambersburg may be known as the “Home of the Prime Rib” but their delicious soups are also a real treat. Mouthwatering snapper soup, is their house specialty, served with a side of sherry wine. Their creamy lobster bisque is also a taste not to be missed.

Foot of the Mountain Restaurant in Mercersburg has classic comfort food served right. Their local famous chili is from a family recipe that everyone can now enjoy.

These and many more delicious restaurants and places to eat Franklin Fresh are waiting to be sampled during a visit to Franklin County.

The Franklin County Visitors Bureau invites all to explore history, arts and architecture, recreation, natural beauty, fresh foods and the warm hospitality of communities like Chambersburg, Greencastle, Mercersburg, Shippensburg, and Waynesboro. Franklin County PA is located just north of the Mason Dixon Line and is an easy drive to Washington DC, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh. Plan a visit at ExploreFranklinCountyPA.com, by contacting 866.646.8060, or stopping by the new Franklin County 11/30 Visitors Center on the square in Chambersburg.

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