Reviews on Bar food in Palmyra, Pennsylvania, United States. Palmyra is a borough in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is part of the Lebanon, Pennsylvania Metropolitan statistical area. The population was 7,096 at the 2000 census.
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3 based on 62 reviews
Visited June 17. Sat ourselves down and waited 15 minutes to be given menus. After not receiving any I went over and asked. She then took our order at 1p. In the interim the table next to us ordered water with lemon for one of their drinks. The lady started gagging. The waitress brought water with pickle juice as she misunderstood. Are you kidding? They received their order before us and started complaining about the french fries. Didn't know why until we received ours. We waited 45 minutes for our Turkey and Cheesesteak Sandwich which should take 10 at most. Very pissed at this point. The fries were wilted and soggy like they were microwaved. In all my reviews this one will be the lowest. Not going back in the future.
3 based on 42 reviews
Neighborhood gathering place where local matters. Enjoy delicious craft beer, local spirits and estate wines along with a kicked-up artisan pub menu. Adjacent to the brewery is Red Canoe General Store with a coffee bar and gourmet market.
Visiting with some friends in the area and we arrived here on Saturday afternoon for some drinks and finger food. Enjoyed a St Patrick's Day Weekend Flight with a Green Kolsch, Irish Red and a Stout. Position four on the flight board had a nice chocolate. A had a nice Porter after my flight. Everyone enjoyed their beers and we shared a couple of orders of wings. Nice visit and we are sure to visit again when in the area.
4 based on 166 reviews
Lite fare and chocolate cocktails are served by the grand fireplace in this cozy lounge. Live music on weekends.
My friends and I checked in later on Friday for a girls weekend at the Hotel Hershey. Not wanting to leave the property, we figured we would scope out the lounge for some drinks and lite fare. The lounge feels like its title; a lounge. A big fireplace in the center of the room, with cozy leather chairs and couches. A nice bar. The whole place kind of his a lodge feel to it but somehow works in the setting. I liked how the variety of guests worked well in the space. Some were more dressed up, clearly enjoying a date night. I think some were wedding guests. Some, like us, were dressed a little more casually in jeans. It was a rare setting where you felt comfortable either way. Wait staff was amazing. Upon sitting down were greeted with some nuts and olives to snack on. We ordered drinks and then got some of the appetizer type food they offer. The drinks and food were both delicious. It was a wonderful way to kick off our weekend.
4 based on 977 reviews
Forget 'casual dining.' That's an industry term so out of touch with how consumers eat and drink today. For premium quality and style; fare that's at times familiar and other times adventurous and a laid-back modern setting, Houlihan's is a true original.
This is a good place and is usually really crowded. We were seven, including our three young grandchildren, and were seated quickly despite the crowd. The A/C and the kitchen, unfortunately, could not keep up. Our f, however, was terrific and kept our ice teas full and our kids occupied. The food, when it arrived, was hot, fresh and good.But its the waitstaff that makes this a good place. Their hustle and great attitudes shine!
4 based on 1161 reviews
Devon Seafood + Steak offers downtown Hershey the freshest premium seafood, an impressive selection of wines and handcrafted signature cocktails mixed by bar chefs well practiced in the art of mixology. The service is seamless and the atmosphere offers a
This was our fourth trip to the Hershey area, but our very first visit to Devon. In fact, our first visit was so wonderful, that on this trip, we went there twice. We had looked at their menu online, and liked what we saw. We had looked at their TripAdvisor reviews, and liked what we read, so off we went to lunch. The first time, I ordered the "Lobster Rolls", and my husband ordered the "Crab Melt Sandwich". With that, we ordered a bottle of Stellina Grigio. We knew that we would not finish the bottle, and it was packaged for us to take back to the Hotel. The second time, my husband had the catch of the day "Boston Haddock", and I had the "Scallops Risotto". Again, we ordered a bottle of wine, which we did not finish, and it was, again, attractively packaged for taking out. We knew that this second visit would be our last (until next year), so we, also, had dessert. Delicious ice cream for my husband, and the mixed berries for me.Everything was beyond delicious. How I wish such a restaurant was in our area! The atmosphere, the service, the food--------everything was just perfect. Both times, we came for a late (2 pm) lunch. We were seated in a cozy booth, and had personable, and very attentive servers each time. We would have loved to sit outside on their newish patio, but it was too chilly.We loved all the choices on the menu, only problem was what to choose? We are so sorry that we did not discover this restaurant years go. Now that we have, we will return again and again, when we visit Hershey.
4 based on 819 reviews
I went here with my four adult children as we have been enjoying Troeg's beer for years and very really looking forward to visiting as part of our Hershey trip. We got to try newer brews and had excellent food which surpassed my expectations. The tour of the brewery was very educational and worth taking and pretty much paid for itself as it included a serving of beer with several samples throughout the tour, and a souvenir beer glass. We all bought a bunch of stuff in the souvenir shop which I thought was very reasonably priced. The tee shirt I bought for my husband is very soft, comfortable, and has a great fit. He wondered why all tee shirts aren't the same quality as the one from this place. (and he's super fussy with that stuff)
4 based on 253 reviews
A casual-bar-meets-interesting-menu concept. We are committed to establishing a new category of neighborhood restaurant. One that will maintain the classic attributes of comfort and affordability while delivering superior food and service to its guests. W
Walked across the street from hotel to this cute looking pub for a pre-concert beverage. Ordered beverages and decided after reviewing the menu to try a couple of appetizers. The cauliflower was delicious and the fries with wasabi aioli was amazing!
4 based on 406 reviews
While on our trip to Hershey PA we looked up near by restaurants offering wings n burgers. Staff was excellent! Food was v Dee ry good. We got fried pickles, very good. Wings,burger n tomato florentine soup. I wish I would of got the flat bread pizza, soup looked delicious but a little bland for me. Everyone else loved theirs. Our daughters 12th bday was today and they brought her a sunday & sang. Talked alot to us about the park. Very great!
4 based on 263 reviews
We had dinner and drinks here. The place was lively and service was fantastic. The drinks were well done. My wife enjoyed a wonderful chocolate espresso martini. The food was excellent. We'll be back!
4 based on 844 reviews
The Mill in Hershey, PA is a top-rated local favorite, known for its unique, rustic ambiance and farm-fresh ingredients. Located in what was once the historic Curry Feed Mill, a distinctive building in Hershey, Pennsylvania that dates back to the early 19
This restaurant, located in an old Feed Mill, was so close to our Hotel, that we almost could have walked there. However, the weather was gloomy, rainy and cold that day (10/2), so we drove over in our rental car. Lots of parking in the large parking lot.We got there after 1 pm, and there were still many people having lunch. Were warmly greeted by the hostess, and managed to get a very nice window table. The inside of this historic mill has been turned into a lovely upscale restaurant. The atmosphere is charming.They had a list of their signature autumn cocktails on the table, and I decided to try the "Poached Pear Sangria". Was that ever good ! I usually stick to Margaritas, but now, I think I will be more adventuresome in the future. Didn't know what I was missing. My husband had a glass of wine. He ordered the "Wild Boar Meatballs", and I ordered a "Maryland Crab Cake Sandwich". Everything could not have been more delicious. Came to the table hot, and looking very appetizing. We ate everything on our plates. Service was excellent.We had one more chance to visit, and were all set to go, when we realized that they only open at 4 pm on Mondays, and this was a Monday (10/7), so had to go elsewhere. So disappointing, as this is a restaurant we could go to again and again.Hello, NYU62! Thank you for your business and for taking the time to leave us such a great review! We are thrilled to hear that you enjoyed the food, drinks, service and atmosphere. The Poached Pear Sangria is definitely one of my favorites too. We hope you come back to see us again here at The Mill in Hershey the next time you are in town!
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