You traveled the miles to get here, but we can’t say the same about your dinner! Working with locally sourced and sustainably farmed produce, meats, and dairy, chefs at our farm-to-table eateries create mouthwatering menus that harness the fresh flavor of our seasonal crops. We’re certain these palatable places will reward your good taste in restaurants!
Chefs at The Millworks in Midtown Harrisburg are serving up the best meat and produce local family farms have to offer. From Pennsylvania grass-fed beef, free-range pork and chicken, and Chesapeake Bay seafood to fruits and vegetables from the market across the street, their dishes are abundant with flavor. It’s not just the food that’s local in this bohemian setting. The Millworks features its house-barreled craft beer on tap and the art studios and galleries of more than 25 Central Pennsylvania artists. While the weather is fair, venture upstairs and outside to their rooftop biergarten to sample the sips of the season!
Gotta Try: A wood-fired pizza, like the smoked barbecue pulled pork or grilled pear, ham, and arugula
Greystone Public House
History meets fine dining at Greystone Public House, a two-story stone farmhouse flush with character, architectural intrigue, and charming décor. Built in 1798 on 25 acres of farmland, this restaurant features contemporary takes on American dishes crafted with locally sourced in-season ingredients. The casual, yet upscale environment is the perfect place for a date night!
Gotta Try: Handcrafted cocktails, such as the Smoked Martini, topped with blue cheese stuffed olives, or their barrel-aged gin that goes down like a bourbon.
The Mill in Hershey
Milton Hershey built his chocolate empire next door to dairy farms, and likewise, The Mill in Hershey’s location is ideal for receiving produce, meat, and seafood daily to provide its diners with the freshest food possible. Housed within the renovated walls of the historic Curry Feed Mill and minutes from Hersheypark®, this restaurant and bar’s ambiance is ideal for the whole family, from lunch to late night.
Gotta Try: House smoked brisket, country green beans, and baked mac and cheese.
Whether you’re seated in their cozy dining room or out in the sunshine of the courtyard, the servers and chefs at Home 231 want you to feel like a friend who’s come over for dinner. The farm-fresh fare is equal parts delicious and beautifully presented, with a menu that’s reimagined every three months to align with the seasonal harvest of local growers and sustainable farmers.
Gotta Try: Ask when you get there!
The Vegetable Hunter
Unlike their name suggests, this cozy vegetarian and vegan café doesn’t need to search far and wide for fresh vegetables! The Vegetable Hunter’s globally inspired menu might seem adventurous, but visitors know they’re enjoying healthy eats made from scratch. The owners also experiment with small-batch brews, incorporating fresh, high-quality ingredients!
Gotta Try: Superfood Protein Bowl or Taco Bowl
Take Home the Fresh Flavor
T-shirts and key chains are cute, but a better souvenir to grab on your way home is a bagful of our fresh produce. These places are where our local chefs shop!