Exit 21, Pennsylvania Turnpike
So good it is. Pennsylvania Dutch road food. Zinn's has grown from a diner into a tourist "attraction" but fortunately still serves good Pennsylvania Dutch cooking.
Shown above - Chicken Noodle and Corn Soup and Turkey Croquettes with carrots and noodles. My favorite wasn't on the menu that day - Chicken and Waffles - waffles smothered in creamed chicken. Other dishes worth trying - Chicken Pot Pie, Pork and Sauerkraut and for the strong of stomach, Beef Heart and Pig Stomach. There's always a crock of homemade apple butter to spread on the rolls or bread.
For dessert - molasses based Shoo Fly pie. Try it once so you can say you've had it. Next time go any of the less cloyingly sweet home baked pies. I had rubarb my last time there.
That's Amos on the right - a giant Farmer that somewhat resembles founder Lee Zinn.