FireHouse Restaurant Review|
Vaughans, Akoni [USA]|
A consumer review of the Firehouse restaurant located in Harrisburg, PA. This briefly describes the cleanliness, atmosphere, service and food. |
In Harrisburg, there are a variety of great restaurants to fit any appetite. Whether you are craving European or some good ole American cuisine, there is a Harrisburg restaurant to suit your taste. One restaurant in particular I like was the FireHouse; located along Harrisburg's bustling "Restaurant Row," this restaurant occupies the old, redbrick Hope Station #2. Overall, the restaurant was quaint, ideal for a quick relaxing bite with great service in a nice clean, themed atmosphere. The decor pays homage to the Hope Company, from the customized hydrant beer taps to the original doors and windows to framed pieces of memorabilia. The overall look and feel is an old 1800’s converted fire house with a bar and dance floor for the late night crowd. There is the main fireman’s pole that sits in the middle of the restaurant to keep the look and feel and great conversation for the kids. There is plenty of seating and they cater to large group parties. There are two levels and an outside promenade for anyone to enjoy a meal or drink while having conversation. The attention to details in the theme throughout the restaurant is entertaining and teaching as well. There is ample parking in the back and at a nearby parking garage for a fee the restaurant will validate. The only complaint myself and others have had is the noise level; as it is popular and a bar in the adjacent room; it can become hard to hear anyone in a dinner setting. When it came to using any of the facilities my wife and I noticed that they were extremely clean and comfortable. The bathrooms continued the themed atmosphere and provide a gender and family friendly facility with handicap access. Table service was excellent when clearing the tables and the...