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4 based on 363 reviews
The Pizza Grille offers stylish and casual dining at each of our locations in Lemoyne, Camp Hill & Carlisle, which all include covered outdoor dining year round. Voted Simply the Best by Harrisburg Magazine since 2003, The Pizza Grille offers award winnin
Food was tasty, server was friendly and helpful and the place was packed. That's probably why the service was a little slow but we didn't mind. Met an out-of-town relative there and that gave us a chance to catch up. We'll be going back.
4 based on 17 reviews
My friend and I went for lunch on a beautiful summer day. We both ordered the salad with the crabcake and had the homemade blue cheese dressing. Our salads were huge and delicious. Our waitress was very friendly and attentive! I will definitely be bringing back my family!
4 based on 257 reviews
We would be very pleased to have you visit us for lunch or for a candle light dinner. Our chef uses only the freshest ingredients in his preparation of a nice variety of steak, sea food, and pasta dishes. You might consider us when you are planning a part
We've been here in the past, and I have to say we were a bit disappointed in our last dinner here. The prices seem to have creeped up, but the quality has fallen off. Our escargot were tasteless, and served over a piece of bread that we could not cut with a knife. My dinner partners pasta tasted of heavy cream and nothing else. For two the bill was over $100. They have a nice selection of local craft beers, and the ambiance was OK. We felt a bit rushed as we were not seated until 8, and it was clear the staff was ready to leave at 9 even through we had barely finished our meals. Asking for coffee was painful. We've had a much better experience here in the past.
4 based on 312 reviews
We are native Marylanders and should have been wary when told a South Central Pennsylvania restaurant had a really good seafood feast. We were totally looking forward to 'all you can eat' hardshell crabs, shrimp and clams. We could not have been more disappointed. All Seafood was boiled in plain water. The crabs had no flavor, were watery, tiny and unappetizing. The shrimp were a little better but again cooked with absolutely no seasoning. The clams were tiny but dipped in butter they were okay. For the price, customers expect a delicious "special treat' meal. Drive south to Maryland if you're wanting a better level of seafood. Two stars for nice beer list, offerings of old bay, butter, ect. to jazz up bland food although it didn't do the job. The place was crowded on a Thursday so other menu items must be good. I love the garden center next door and would go here for drinks and appetizers.
3 based on 14 reviews
First of all the hostess (donât know her name) was very stoic and seemed annoyed. She needs to get a personality and a smile if she wants to make people feel like theyâre welcome there. Our waitress Laura was very good and and worked with a smile on her face. The menu was small and not too many choices. The food was ok. We expected better food after all the âhypeâ about the Chef. Not in a real hurry to go back.
3 based on 46 reviews
Neighborhood tavern nestled on one of Central PA's nicest public courses. Dine outside on our patio overlooking our course; certified by Audubon International as an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary. On cold winter evenings, enjoy dinner fireside by our large
Sitting here listening to a band. Music is great. Beers are cheap...There's a restaurant on the other side of the wall, but we are not allowed to order food in this room.Can someone tell me how that makes any sense? I can walk into the next room order n eat... but then I'll miss the band. Talk about stupid !!Will not be back !!!
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