While not all of our restaurants brew their own craft beer, many of them do offer an extensive selection of tasty libations -- from locally-made beverages to hard-to-find selections from around the world. Combined with casual cuisine, you'll be sure to enjoy dining out at some of these favorite hotspots in the Cumberland Valley. 


Bottle Of Whiskey On The Bar Of 1794 The Whiskey Rebellion In Cumberland Valley1794 The Whiskey Rebellion

The farm-to-table menu at this restaurant is enhanced by the farm-to-shaker artisan cocktails and over 50 domestic and international whiskeys.

Cafe Bruges

Enhance your dining experience with a frequently-changing selection of over 100 Belgian beers and ales, both bottled and on draught. 

Castlerigg Wine Shop

The wine bar located in this 1890s Queen Anne Victorian building offers an intimate experience for guests as they sample exclusive wines made available locally through partnerships with several different Pennsylvania wineries. Castlerigg is currently featuring wines from Seven Mountains Wine Cellars. Beer lovers can try microbrews from Lancaster Brewing Company and Carlisle's Molly Pitcher Brewing.

Hat Creek Farms

Sip and savor wine by the glass or bottle from Juniata Valley Winery at this wine shop and tasting room. Guests can enjoy live music by local musicians on most Friday and Saturday evenings. (Note: Food trucks are on-site during musical events.)

Plated Hamburgers At North Hanover Grille In CarlisleNorth Hanover Grille

In addition to having some of the best wings in town and voted as having the Best Burger in the Valley, North Hanover Grille has a large selection of domestic, import, and craft beers from NY, MD, and PA breweries as well as other hard-to-find American craft breweries.

Mt. Holly Springs

Cassell's Grille

In the warmer weather, sip your favorite drink on their spacious outdoor deck. Choose from more than 10 draft beers on tap plus a nice variety of domestic and imported bottles, microbrews, and seasonal beers throughout the year. As a bonus, be sure to try their impressive collection of martinis and cocktail coffee concoctions.


Black N Bleu

Casual American fare with beer, wine, and a selection of cocktails. On the beer menu, be sure to try the namesake "Black N Bleu" -- Guinness over Blue Moon. On the cocktail side, the standout is the Black N Bleu Mojito with white rum, blackberries, blueberries, fresh mint, limes, and lemon-lime soda

Hops & Barleys

With IPAs, porters, lagers, and a few stouts and ciders added to the mix, you'll find the perfect drink to quench your thirst while dining from an extensive menu.

Cocktails At TJ Rockwells In MechanicsburgT.J. Rockwell's

They offer 66 different bottled beers from around the world as well as 17 different cold draft beers. Try all your favorites -- from classics to trendy craft brews. Plus enjoy their selection of fresh-squeezed cocktails, mason jar cocktails, and martinis.

Camp Hill

Cocktails At Cork & Fork Osteria In Camp HillCork & Fork Osteria

Artisanal cheeses, pasta made in-house, and pizza made from the finest imported and domestic products are just some of the authentic and delicious items on the menu at Cork & Fork. Top that off with a great selection of white and red wines, bottled beer, and cocktails for an extraordinary dining experience. Be sure to check out their brunch menu on Saturday and Sunday.


In addition to draft and bottled beer, Theo's drink menu includes more than 10 types of martinis and a nice selection of red and white wines. With an outdoor patio, this is a great location to enjoy a tasty lunch or dinner.


West Shore Farmer's Market

With abundant choices at the market's many food vendors, guests can also find a delightful selection of craft beer on tap at River Bend Brewery's stand (with growlers available to go) or wine from Allegro Winery's market location. A visit might require some additional planning. The food vendors are open only on Fridays and Saturdays.


Women Having Cocktails At Duke's Bar & Grille In WormleysburgDockside Willies & Duke's

Along with the scenic views of the Susquehanna River and the Harrisburg skyline from their decks, both restaurants offer great drink menus ideal for happy hour, including a frequently-changing selection of micro and import beers and an extensive list of cocktails. 

For additional options, browse our complete list of restaurants or learn more about the Cumberland Valley Beer Trail.