WELCOME TO O’REILLY’S TAP ROOM & KITCHEN
O’Reilly’s Tap Room & Kitchen Hours:
- Breakfast Daily 6:30am – 11am
- Sunday through Thursday Lunch/Dinner Menu 11am – 10pm, Bar Open until 11pm
- Friday and Saturday Dinner Menu 11am – 11pm, Bar open until 12am
- Happy Hour Daily 4pm – 6pm
Home to delicious and fresh comfort foods, Irish specialties and one of the best beer lists in the Harrisburg-Hershey area, O’Reilly’s Tap Room & Kitchen is like no other Harrisburg restaurant. Grab a bite before a foursome at Sportsman’s Golf, or linger over hand-crafted brews in the company of a few close friends. Located in the heart of Central Pennsylvania, O’Reilly’s will feed your need for atmosphere – as well as please your hungry palate.
A GATHERING SPOT
Our welcoming Harrisburg pub is a gathering spot – offering a convivial atmosphere and family friendly vibe appealing to patrons of all types: from Harrisburg residents and professionals; to sports fans; to discriminating beer drinkers; to business travelers and leisure guests staying our partner hotels – the Central Hotel & Conference Center and Hampton Inn Harrisburg-East.
CHANGING MENUS & BEER EXPERTS
From shared plates to family favorites and healthy options, our Harrisburg restaurant menus provide something for everyone. Beer lovers will enjoy chatting with our knowledgeable staff about new brews and beer industry buzz.
MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT
Check out our Entertainment & Events pages for details on Tap Room happenings. From live entertainment, to trivia nights and patron appreciation gatherings, it’s always hoppin’ at O’Reilly’s!
What’s On Tap And Beer List
From Our Restaurant Manager, Curtis Wilson & our Bar Manager, Taylor Lehman
This weeks feature brew is:
Cigar City/DuClaw Moon Gun, Tröegs HopBack, Starr Hill Grateful Pale Ale, Victory Golden Monkey and Many More!
O’Reilly’s Menu And Specials
Pub is short for Public Houses where places that people could enter which did not require private membership, thus while the more affluent in society frequented Private Houses which did require membership, the Irish Pub offered the working classes a place of their own.
In more recent times the Irish Pub developed into a resemblance of what we have today. Although banned in the early 19th Century by British legislation, pubs naturally began to flourish as a form of opposition. Not only did the local pub offer ale it also provided essentials such as food and hardware items.
The Irish pub has always been considered as a place to find a warm welcome, a place to listen to irish music, a central point for the local community to gather and exchange stories and indeed gossip.
Call Ahead Seating: 717-564-2700
Specials & Offers