Bringing food and entertainment to the heart of Harrisburg, The Millworks has encompassed the area to the utmost degree, a cultural hub that represents the soul of Harrisburg. Having only been around for sixteen months, the restaurant has seen rapid success, gaining popularity for going the extra mile to elevate the dining experience. The ingredients used for each dish are all sourced locally, ensuring the best culinary experience possible for each customer. Operations Manager Patrick Garrity has sought to provide a place that people could enjoy eachotherís company, as well as see live music, and art, and has done so seamlessly. The Millworks is a prime location to visit while in Harrisburg and is sure to satisfy with their all around genuine experience. The farm to table aspect of The Millworks is nothing short of impressive. Patrick and his team seek to ensure the customer they are receiving the best quality, and the effort shows with each dish. The wood fired oven is one of the many aspects that separates the restaurant from others, cooking everything on the menu including their Pizza, and Mac & Cheese at a steady nine hundred degrees. Keeping the theme of all natural, the kitchen does not use gas ovens, more importantly providing a unique taste with each dish. The Millworks also makes use of their smoker, manned by Executive Chef Lance Smith. He has learned from the best, and is always crafting new dishes for customers to indulge in.The location smokes one pig a day as well as using it for their Chicken dishes and for other ingredients like their produce. A signature item worth trying, The Works Burger, is a local grass-fed beef and pork burger, topped with caramelized onions, Lykens Valley cheddar, a fried egg, organic lettuce and tomato, and mustard seed aioli. The Wood Fired Pizzas are a fan favorite, all being made with organic stone milled flour from the Daisy Flour Mill in Annville, Pennsylvania. A popular pie worth trying, the White, is crafted with hand stretched mozzarella, roasted garlic sauce and organic basil pesto. Being a scratch kitchen, the Millworks also doesn’t house a freezer, ensuring each dish is fresh, never frozen. Along with that, they can all of their produce seasonally so they can continue to use Pennsylvania produce year round. New to the restaurant and reason to stop in itself, is the three thousand square foot brewery they have created, now beginning to create their own craft beers for customers to try. The events are definitely something to experience, holding art galleries, painting parties, as well as live music. Patrons can stay updated on the festivities through their website at http://millworksharrisburg.com/ and the restaurant is always holding something new to keep things interesting. Located at 340 Verbeke Street, The Millworks is a top notch experience that is definitely worth trying.
340 Verbeke St.
Harrisburg, PA 17102