Dining Hotspots in Camp Hill, Mechanicsburg & the West Shore
Nothing brings people together quite like a good meal. Delicious food and spending time with friends and family can turn bad days into good ones and, if you're traveling, make home feel not so far away.
Hellenic Kouzina Greek Café, in Mechanicsburg, has had fans raving about the traditional Greek dishes, gyros and desserts since opening their doors in 2012. During the warm months, dine outdoors on their beautiful patio complete with twinkling lights and a water fountain.
If you're in the mood for Thai food, good luck deciding between Bangkok Wok and Chalit's Thai Bistro. Both are delicious, BYOB and located in Mechanicsburg along the Carlisle Pike. Note that Chalit's is small and popular, we advise you call ahead for a reservation. Bangkok Wok's enchanting atmosphere starts right as you walk through an assortment of exotic plants to enter the restaurant.
The downtown area of Camp Hill features flavors from Italy at Dolce Vita Italian Restaurant and Lebanese fare at Cedars Restaurant. These upscale restaurants are perfect for adventurous eaters or those looking for a nice evening out.
If you're looking for a spot that works as a relaxing night out with your special someone or a low key hangout with friends, T.J. Rockwell's, Café Magnolia, The Pizza Grille, Appalachian Brewing Company or Black N Bleu won't disappoint.
The town of Wormleysburg is positioned along the sparkling Susquehanna River and features three restaurants with decks and riverfront views. RockBass Grill, Dockside Willies and Dukes Riverside Bar & Grille offer scenic views of the river and Harrisburg skyline, and each feature their own distinct menu and atmosphere.
Dukes boasts a great drink menu and you'll often find people relaxing for happy hour on the award-winning deck. Dockside Willies offers reasonable prices and great food in a family-friendly atmosphere. RockBass Grill's casual fine-dining atmosphere features fresh seafood and steak, plus a great brunch offered on Sundays.
On Fridays and Saturdays, visit the 60,000 sq. ft. West Shore Farmers Market for delicious prepared meals, fresh fruits and vegetables, meats and cheeses, bagels, specialty food items and more.
For an evening out, stop by Lemoyne's newest edition, Vrai. They use fresh, raw, unprocessed and organic ingredients to create a variety of tasty dishes. Make sure you try a pizza from the brick oven!
For a classic breakfast and reasonable prices, stop by Murphy's Homestyle. This laid-back restaurant is the preferred choice for locals.
Visit Al's of Hampden in Enola for pizza, subs and over 100 beers on tap. Jigsy's Old Forge Pizza serves their award-winning old forge style pizza plus a wide variety of appetizers, wings, salads, and pastas. For a retro feel, pull in to Kristy's Whistle Stop for classic burgers, hotdogs and ice-cream.
For a complete list of places to dine in Cumberland Valley or to sort by category or location, visit our Restaurants Page here.
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