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Greystone Public House Restaurant: History Meets Fine Dining

Published: Feb 7, 2017

Greystone Public House, one of Harrisburg’s newest dining establishments in 2017, has been wowing guests for several months now with its sophisticated yet approachable menu, which offers a modern twist on seasonal ingredients. But the location for this new restaurant serves as a delightful reminder of Harrisburg’s place in history.

Read the attached story by our friends at Town Dish and discover why local chef Jason Viscount and business partner John Frisch knew that the unique history of the location for their new Greystone Public House Restaurant was something special when they purchased the 228-year old two-story fieldstone structure that was built by one of Harrisburg's earliest settlers.

Greystone Public House Interior Photo

Greystone Public House Restaurant Logo

 

 

Author: The Town Dish

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Greystone Public House, one of Harrisburg’s newest dining establishments in 2017, has been wowing guests for several months now with its sophisticated yet approachable menu, which offers a modern twist on seasonal ingredients. But the location for this new restaurant serves as a delightful reminder of Harrisburg’s place in history.