Best Pub restaurants nearby. Discover the best Pub food in New Cumberland. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Pub restaurants near you.. New Cumberland is a borough in easternmost Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, United States. New Cumberland was incorporated on March 21, 1831. The population was 7,277 at the 2010 census. The borough is noted for its historic downtown which includes landmarks like the historic West Shore Theater and the yearly Apple Festival, which gathers hundreds of vendors and thousands of visitors.
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4 based on 104 reviews
We went with a group of about 20. It was REALLY LOUD in the dining room. We had been to Brewhouse before. Food is good, not spectacular, but great. There was alot of confusion with our orders and some of us ended up with food that we didn't order. Service was good. Wings are very good.
4 based on 66 reviews
I have been coming here for years. I always loved this place..good atmosphere..and good food.. Unfortunately, recently changed ownership and has slipped. Food was sub par(fish tacos) and service poor.. I was hoping this was an anomaly, but 3rd time since ownership change that this has been the case. Sad..
4 based on 22 reviews
A simple sub sandwich makes a satisfying and reasonably healthy meal. Savor your choice of subs and salads.
We stumbled across tavern when driving through New Cumberland. The food was tasty, nice big servings, and the atmosphere was fun.
4 based on 462 reviews
I usually don't opt for dining in hotel restaurants, but in this instance, with such great reviews, I thought I'd give it a try. Glad I did!O'Reilly's is a comfortable, clean, and friendly place for a really good meal. My server, Jessica, was prompt, friendly, and gave honest and enthusiastic answers to the questions I posed about a few of the entree choices. I settled on the roasted 1/2 chicken and it was super tasty, just as she promised. Served hot, with very good mashed potatoes and a side of al dente green beans, it hit the spot.I'm looking forward to coming back to try some of the other entrees on my next visits through Harrisburg!
4 based on 109 reviews
We haven't visited this restaurant in many years, so we decided to give it a try during Restaurant Week. What a pleasant surprise! Most surprising, their Restaurant Week menu included selections from their regular menu, which isn't usually how restaurants do it. Their selections were terrific and will certainly make people want to return. The starters were a combination of traditional and unique. The soft pretzels were like many bars serve, but the cheese-steak Arancinis were fantastic, with traditional rice but bits of steak, onions and cheese - and delicious jalepeno crema. The Spanish paella was tasty, and the 24-hour brisket was tender, served with a Bourbon peach BBQ sauce and an amazing butter-poached potato. The staff was friendly and attentive, even though they were spread over a large portion of the restaurant.
4 based on 598 reviews
Went here based on the reviews and it was opposite our hotel.At first we walked into a Sport Bar, noisy and full of drunk middle aged women! At the side of the bar was a door to a more calm dining room, very very dated and seemed to be more for locals than tourists but the service was good even if the food was average, everyone ate up but none of us enthused after.Thank you for your review. We appreciate your business.
4 based on 860 reviews
Established in 1995. Lancaster Brewing Company is an award-winning, local craft brewery located in the heart of Lancaster County producing more than 30 specialty, seasonal and year round ales and lagers. At our Harrisburg location we cook like we brew...
As an avid user of trip advisor I always check reviews before ever eating in a restaurant. The reviews for Lancaster brewing Company have mentioned service being less than great and our experience was the same. We walked in the door but no one greeted usgreeted us. A sign simply said âseat yourselfâand servers actually walked right past us even saying anything.Once we seated ourselves we waited a period of time before anyone came to take our orders. It was a Sunday night so maybe it was a slow night or someone called off but the initial impression was not a good one. Once the server came over she was very efficient and we ordered wild boar chili and glazed ribs which were both excellent. If anyone in management is paying attention this would be a point to improve. Our meal was good. Woosailor,Thank you for you recent visit to our Harrisburg location. We take our reviews very seriously and I want to apologize that the service was not on top of things, I can assure you that this is by no means normal. I'm assuming you entered into the bar area of the building which has a sign posted directing you to the bar to seat yourself or to continue the the right and a hostess would seat you in the dining room. My guess is you entered the bar/deck area and did not get immediate attention which is my concern. I will certainly look into this and address the staff accordingly. Again, thank you for your visit and I truly hope you will visit us again.CHEERS!!!Lancaster Brewing co.
4 based on 111 reviews
Food average, service ok, presentation could be better but OK. Not somewhere I would personally frequent, I don't like being bombarded by TV. I like my entertainment above 6th grade
4 based on 177 reviews
Two visits last weekend. First visit, black bean burger for vegetarian in our group, nicely done. Pretty good pizza. Service was good. Second visit food good, but our waitress was odd. Gave us very monosyllabic answers, made us feel a bit awkward. The food was good. Maybe we caught the server on a bad night. Federal Taphouse is a good casual spot in Harrisburg, one of the better sports bars in town.
4 based on 311 reviews
Our original Appalachian Brewing Company brewpub is located in historic Harrisburg, PA. The impressive three-story brick and heavy timber structure was built circa 1915. The lagering room portion of the brewery dates to 1890. Throughout the brewery, antiq
When you walk in it immediately looks like a giant log cabin. Super cozy, especially in these winter months. I sat at the bar, which had ample seating and was greated by 2 bartenders who let me try a couple samples and i went with the brut ipa 1st followed by the barleywine; both were excellent. I ordered the fire jumper as a turkey burger ams i loved it! They have a chipotle like mayo that has a great kick (you guys should make it a ranch too!) to the burger. My 1 complaint is that the chef didnt melt my cheese. It was a very mellow friday night so they have no excuse not to take an extra 10secs for that added touch everyone appreciates. All in all a great place to grab some comfort food and local beer
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