Fiddlers Bar & Grille

1 Mayapple Dr Carlisle, PA
Fiddler’s Bar & Grille is proud to offer private dining. Whether you are hosting a business meeting or getting together with family and friends to a celebrate special occasion, we can help you pull off any private dining event. You can choose to eat off of the menu or we would be happy to customize a menu featuring our finest steaks and seafood. We promise you that you and your guests will have an unforgettable experience. Call us at *NOT DISPLAYED* with any questions
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  • Max Number of People for an Event: 125
Mechanicsburg, PA  
Capacity: 175
Experience the unique backdrop of a 19th century barn for your wedding reception or special event. Built in the 1840's the barn has the charm of centuries gone by. See the craftmanship of oak,chestnut and pine in air conditioned and heated comfort. Modern bathroom facilities make this a perfect place for a casual event. Changing rooms are available to primp for that special day. Situated in a rural area near Harrisburg enjoy the backdrop of farms for your ceremony. Ample parking and capacity for 170 guests.
Harrisburg, PA  
Capacity: 350
$12.50-$78 per person
Colonial Golf & Tennis Club and Blue Ridge Golf & Tennis Club are located in beautiful central Pennsylvania. Our facilities are the perfect location for small and large-scale events. Whether it is a business luncheon, a family reunion, or a wedding, our team will work with you to create the perfect event! With the capacity to hold up to 300 guests, there is no better place to hold your special event! Please click on the links below to view our different packages.
Harrisburg, PA  
Capacity: 100
$3 per person
Restaurant Row is one of the keys of this urban redevelopment and bring life back to the city. The Fire House Restaurant, is an excellent example of this renewal. The historic Hope Station building was renovated and became home to The Fire House Restaurant. Hope Station is the oldest standing firehouse in the city of Harrisburg and is the second oldest in Pennsylvania. Inspired by a devastating fire on Christmas Eve 1813, the Harrisburg Hope Fire Company was founded in 1814. This building, Hope Station #2, was built in 1871. The station continued to serve the community until 1980, when new firehouses were built and the company was relocated. Most of the architecture is the original design; those areas in need of repair were restored to their original splendor. All of the exterior’s brick is a significant and rare example of its period it embodies the features of the Italianate Revival style, with simple lines, subtle design elements and an absence of embellishment. Along with the brickwork, all of the original sashing, window mutins and mullions and doors were retained in the restoration. Today, Hope Station continues to serve its friends and neighbors of Central Pennsylvania in another way – as the home to The Fire House, purveyor of fine dining and drinks. We look forward to your visit.