TÈ draws on chef-owner John Calabrese’s Italian culinary expertise, Lancaster County’s bounty of ingredients and The Inn at Leola’s historic setting to create a fine-dining experience that is at once rustic (the site is a former tobacco farm) and formal (even your purse gets a special perch). For the duration of your five- or nine-course meal, you’ll be taken care of with impeccable, white-glove service, from the doorman who first greets you to the digestivo cart that delivers your after-dinner beverage. But what you’ll remember most is the food. Often straight from the chef’s garden outside — or arriving daily from Italy — it’s fresh, seasonal and simultaneously simple and extravagant.

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