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About Bridges Social Club
We are more than a bar..Cocktails, local craft beers, small plates, events & dancing! Relax, party, or host with us at Bridge's!
Harrisburg, PA 17101
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday: 4PM-11 PM
Wednesday: 4PM-11 PM
Thursday: 4PM-11 PM
Friday: 4PM-2 AM
Saturday: 4 PM-2AM
Between South and Pine
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Every weekend come out to dance and party at Bridge's! Visit our website for the upcoming events!
Parking garage available across the street
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Join us for nightlife every weekend! DJ's and bottle service start at 10 PM!!
Bridges Social Club Ratings and Reviews
Well, this was for a more relaxed dinner, for my fathers birtgday. The menu on your site was all wrong, they literally had bar food only.... if I were there with friends for drinks, it would have been great! But we were there for a nice dinner! Food we got was good, but again, this was bar food
The place has an awesome ambiance, and awesome service. However the food was lacking a bit. The open table nachos were delicious BUT our condiments (tomatoes lettuce ect)were frozen. the shrimp Mac was also delicious but there burgers were a bit dry and since it's smoked Meat had a powerful Smokey taste. we went for salsa night and the 3rd floor experience was great. we did bottle service and as I said service was AWESOME very attentive and friendly smooth transactions with nice choice of sections for VIP. This place HAS potential. great location perfect for a bar scene or night time hanging but the food could Def use some work. Would love to go back but would love for their food to be a little better.
Made a reservation at this place because we waited too long and couldn't get in anywhere else. We were a little worried because of the previous bad reviews. The menu was nothing special but the food was OK. I had one of the burgers and it was pretty good, The burger was not made of ground beef instead it was made of shredded steak and roast so it did melt in your mouth. My husband had that stirfry. This place is good for casual and the bar scene but not good for special occasions or dinners other than burgers or barfood
Fantastic experience! Just had a business lunch earlier this week and was very impressed! We were seated on the main floor. The ambience of this establishment is warm and inviting, very"laid back" and relaxing atmosphere. They serve bento boxes for lunch which is something new I wanted to try. I tried camarones bento with shrimp and yellow rice,sliced veggies and salsa. I must say it was really impressive for a regular lunch dish. Our server Daniel was very helpful and knowledgeable. I really wanna give this place a shot for dinner some day!
Other than the table nachos the rest of the food was incredibly overpriced, over/under-cooked, and nearly inedible. Mixed drinks were incredibly weak. Service was slower than average at other establishments, and the dining area was practically empty other than one other table of four. It was not a great start to our evening.
This is the hottest spot in town! I didn't even know they were open until I saw an ad on Facebook. Arrived there on a Tuesday night with my co-workers for a happy hour and we all enjoyed it! Their happy hour is amazing($1 oysters I don't think you can find anywhere else in downtown). We all had a great time, I ordered paella which I was told was their signature dish and I was impressed with the quality of seafood(I love seafood). Will be back for sure wanna check out their night club on a weekend!!
The food was horrible. I ordered the crab cake and it was basically a dough ball with little to no crab. It wasn't just my entree that was bad but all 4 of them. The live band at 7 pm was so loud you couldn't talk to the person seated beside you. This place will not last long due to bad food and a bad atmosphere.
The place was dead! Service was excellent, and the French fry special was to die for. Stick to drinks & the fries and you'll be happy. I had the Thai crab cakes and was very disappointed. And because the place was empty, it was really cold inside. I would not go back.
Was okay. Food was average, but not bad. Felt the seafood gumbo had a bit of a sour taste to it. The crab cakes had more filling (mayo?) than we prefer. Paella was pretty good. It was very cold inside the restaurant. We were the only people in the second floor dining area, so it was not as busy as we were expecting it might be at dinner time. Server was very nice and attentive (there was another person with him that was not introduced...we assume it must have been a trainee.) Drink prices during happy hour were decent for the area.
I'll start with the fact that the restaurant has been open for less than a week. Naturally, there are things to work out.
Had "On The Table Nachos" for an appetizer. Cool concept and experience. They literally dump the nachos right on the table (on a piece of butcher paper). They were tasty.
Unfortunately, the entrees left us wishing we had only come in for the nachos and drinks.
My friend had a chicken po boy, and I had chicken fajitas. The fries served with his sandwich were old/cold and the sandwich wasn't much more than chicken fingers on a hot dog bun.
The Fajitas were served on a sizzling plate with a bento box of fixings. Again, presentation was cool. The onions/peppers were horrible. Truly could not eat them. Not sure if they were frozen and tasted like the freezer, but they tasted like dishwater and ruined the entire plate.
Unfortunately, our server kind-of disappeared and nobody stopped by to see how things were or we would have complained.
Atmosphere is cool. Hope they can get the menu right.
Bridge's Social Club has potential but needs to narrow its focus. Everything we had was fine, but nothing was great. In trying to put together tour of great dishes from around the world it gave us the equivalent of an ethnic Applebee's.
First, my biggest issue. To call the cup of dark brown, intensely beefy soup put in front of my husband Pho is an insult to the Vietnamese national dish. True pho is about subtlety and the interplay of flavors, the beef broth almost clear yet amazingly flavorful and complex. Bridge's has a decent "Beef Noodle Soup" call it that.
My octopus ceviche was decent and full of sweet mango but needed more lime and onion to balance the sweetness.
Po Boys (mine fish, his shrimp) were also done fairly well but the accompanying house made chips were room temperature and mostly bits and pieces. And bringing a bottle of hot sauce to the table would have been nice.
Next time in Harrisburg I'd give Bridge's another try because I think it has potential. Hopefully it will have found itself by then.
Great flavors and attention to quality food and service. Went their opening weekend, VERY busy. Definitely a new favorite for date night. Pub like dining on first floor, typical restaurant dining on 2nd floor, and fantastic late-night night club on third floor.
When we entered we were greeted with a friendly smile and taken to our reserved table. We sat upstairs overlooking 2nd Street which was nice. Our waiter brought us half a bottle of water and then left for at least 15 minutes before coming back for our drink orders. Since this took so long, I just suggested we put in the orders for our meals too. We started out with the Fried Green Tomatos which were excellent and on par with expectations from a "fine dining" establishment. However, 3 tomato slices for $13 did seem a bit excessive. I ordered the Pho but received it at the same time as our meals, which made it so I couldn't even enjoy it. We got the bacon stuffed chicken and bang bang shrimp po boy which were both extremely underwhelming both in presentation and execution. The chicken came with cold french fries which again, didn't feel like "fine dining". Our waiter took forever to come back, and never refilled our waters which were finished mid-meal. My drink was $10 and tasted only like grapefruit juice, average at best. When our waiter finally showed up, we just wanted to get our check and leave. However, when we our check, we were charged full price for the pho ($6) which should have been a $2 add-on to my meal, as per the menu. He took it back and said he'd "check it out" making me look like the bad guy and never admitting I was right until I asked to confirm. Overall, we just kept using the word "underwhelming", for a restaurant that branded itself to be fine dining. We enjoyed the atmosphere but it put a bad taste in our mouths for going back due to the quality of food and service.
Had an outstanding first experience at Bridges on their opening day. The Chef came and spoke to our table and made us the Nacho experience that is usually reserved for the dinner menu. Homemade salsa and a mound of toppings- so fun and delicious. Bento lunch boxes were also great. Would definitely recommend for the experience, attentive team, and creative food.
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