Radisson Hotel Harrisburg restaurant features heirloom fruits, vegetables

The $4-million dollar renovations include the restaurant, private dining areas, lounge, meeting space and guestrooms.

Hospitality Management Corporation announced the completion and reopening of the Radisson Hotel Harrisburg in Camp Hill, Pa., which includes a new restaurant.

The Heirloom – An American Bistro restaurant will feature hand-crafted daily entrées and small plate specials utilizing an array of locally sourced heirloom fruits and vegetables, along with a variety of American fare.

The $4-million dollar renovations include the restaurant, private dining areas, lounge, meeting space and guestrooms. Newly developed art, logo and signage were done by artist Dirk Guidry, a professional artist who has had numerous solo and group exhibitions and whose works can be found in various locations across the U.S. Along with the changes to the menu and overall aesthetic to the main dining room, the Heirloom offers private dining enclosed in a French door setting for up to 10 guests. For larger parties, a Room with a View has a veranda with bay style windows that run the length of the room. Service offerings include the standard Heirloom and Bridges Lounge menus and the Radisson full-run banquet menu for weddings, receptions, special events or conferences.

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The Bridges lounge features handcrafted entrees, a wide array of craft beers and classic cocktails/fine wines offering something for all tastes. 

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