• Thu. Aug 18th, 2022

[Photo Story] A preview of the sweets and treats from the 2022 Lebanon Region Fair

ByRandall B. Phelps

Jul 26, 2022

This year’s fair is in full swing. Whether or not you plan to line dance with DJ Chicken Nugget, here’s what’s on the menu when you grab your partner for a bite to eat.

One of the food stalls at the Lebanon region fair.
The Eatery offers burgers, soup, fresh fruits and vegetables, and drinks.
One of the outdoor food stalls at the Lebanon region fair. This stand sells pork rolls, fried bologna sandwiches, fries and milkshakes.
Food stalls with fried starters, sides and desserts, as well as classic Fair Trade treats.
This stand offers fried chicken, fried potatoes, fried vegetables, fried onions, fried pickles, and even fried cheese.
The red velvet funnel cake drizzled with cream cheese was popular among visitors to this year’s fair.
Whether it’s cotton candy, candy apples, popcorn, corndogs, or some form of flavored ice cream on visitors’ wish lists, this booth has them covered.
Hot dogs loaded with cheese, kraut or chili or nachos loaded with toppings are what Delicious Dogs And More serves up.
Floyd’s Midway Cafe offers fair goers cheesesteaks, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, sausage sandwiches and souvenir-style sodas.
Zoom on Floyd’s Italian sausages.
Gyros, chicken pita, teriyaki chicken or steak on a stick and fried Oreos are just a few of Dave’s menu items.
Pizza Alley offers pizzas, calzones, pies and drinks in Coca-Cola containers.
Robert’s Diner brings dinner to visitors with burgers, chicken sandwiches, fried sides and freshly squeezed lemonade.
Summer Creek Grilling Area and Condiment Station.
Summer Creek offers fair-goers home-cooked meals with meats and sides that can be turned into plates.
Gene’s Family Beef is farm to table.
Gene’s Family Beef offers cheesesteaks, burgers, hot dogs and rolling tacos.
Piper Belle BBQ food truck and grill area.
Sandwiches, loaded fries and sides are what Piper Belle’s BBQ offers.
Rogue Chef Food Truck complete with lights and decals.
Rogue Chef offers several types of smoked meat sandwiches.
Philly Cheesesteak Co. On The Roll serves cheesesteaks to fairground goers both on and off the roll.
Journalist’s pick: A cheesesteak with mushrooms and fries served with Dr. Pepper or freshly squeezed lemonade.
Island Thyme Grill food truck with palm trees and curtains.
Island Thyme Grill offers visitors a baja bowl, jerk chicken, and different types of toddlers.
Stir It Up Steph food truck advertising tacos, empanadas and birria smoothies.
Also on the food truck menu, tacos, mulita, fries and guac or tostones to share.
This food truck brings Philadelphia popsicles, energy drinks and breaded zucchini sticks to the fairgrounds.
Mr. Sticky’s sells regular and nutty sticky buns and cinnamon buns to pair with Frappes or Iced Coffees.
Regular and nutty sticky buns were brought home for the family.
Aunt Anne’s fruit smoothies were a popular refreshment for Saturday sun fair goers.
Scoop Ó Dough offers cookie dough, ice cream, milkshakes, as well as flavored lemonades and iced teas.
Hot Corn from Auntie Wendy’s in small, medium or large sizes.
Cotton candy for the ride home.

The Lebanon Region Fair 2022 runs from July 23 to July 30 at the Lebanon Valley Exposition Center and Fairgrounds, 80 Rocherty Road. Admission is free between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. daily. Children under 10 are always admitted free.


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