A Saturday date to the Broad St. Market is a must do! The variety of Black-owned stands and eateries will leave you in awe. The oldest continuously operated market house in the United States, you’ll find a culturally rich place to experience a broad diversity of fresh food, people, and city life.
Voted one of America’s Great Independent Bookstores, The Midtown Scholar Bookstore is an absolute must! Home to over 200,000 new, used and rare books, you’ll lose track of time as you explore this one-of-a kind experience. Make sure to stop into Just Baked Cakes and Pies for Tammy’s “Southern-Grandma-styled baked goods!
If you enjoy art and are looking for a unique and fun experience while visiting the city, book a Sip & Paint Date Night at Nyeusi Gallery!
What are Sundays without Brunch? Enjoy amazing food and drinks at District. On Sundays from 11am-3pm, relax and enjoy a live DJ and bottomless mimosas!
The National Civil War Museum tells the conflict’s story as a timeline. Its curators hope to inspire lifelong learning of the American Civil War through the preservation and balanced presentation of the American peoples’ struggles for survival and healing.
Crawdaddy’s, home to “Southern Comfort Food with a New Orleans Flair”, makes for the perfect date night! Enjoy dinner for two starting with fried green tomatoes, then the Crawdaddy's Storyville salmon and finish with the Georgia peach cobbler.
Grab a table for two at The Singer’s Lounge. This monthly music themed event features talent from all over PA and on occasion, Grammy-nominated recording artists!
Enjoy the art, the music, and the vibe of Midtown Harrisburg. Take a stroll down 3rd Street, home to many murals. Take time to shop and dine at some of Harrisburg’s hidden gems along the way!
Great coffee + great books + great atmosphere = the perfect date! The baristas are serving the shop’s own brand – Fifth Acres Coffee – so you know it’s made with love and served with pride when you visit Good Brotha’s Book Café! Take your time to savor unique tastes, or grab something to go as you explore Harrisburg.