The Game Table Cafe Harrisburg Magazine 2017 Readers Choice Suburban Restaurant

The Game Table Cafe is named a 2017 Readers Choice Restaurant for Suburban Restaurant award reflecting the popularity of its unique combination of restaurant and entertainment.

Mechanicsburg, United States - August 13, 2017 /PressCable/ —

The Game Table Cafe was named as a Harrisburg Magazine 2017 Readers Choice for Suburban Restaurant. Harrisburg Magazine’s annual award is voted on by their readers and out of thousands of restaurants in the greater Harrisburg Metropolitan Area, The Game Table Cafe was selected by its customers and is one of this years Readers Choice Restaurants for suburban restaurant. Harrisburg Magazine will present the award to The Game Table Cafe at Raddison Hotel Harrisburg on 31 August. Details about the award can be found on the Harrisburg Magazine website at Harrisburg Magazine’s Readers’ Choice Suburban Restaurant Award.

The Game Table Cafe is a very unique restaurant in that it reflects many of the elements of a European style cafe or pub. It has a friendly atmosphere coupled with great food and specialty coffees. However, it also reflects a new style of restaurant combining great food with entertainment. The Game Table Cafe provides superb American style cuisine and a 400 game board game library with staff trained to help people learn the games. The idea of a board game cafe started in Europe about 10 years ago and the renown of these cafes has flourished with the monumental growth in popularity of table top board games. The Game Table Cafe is one of only a few of these unique hybrid entertainment style restaurants here in America. The rising interest in this type of entertainment and dining experience is reflected in this award. Harrisburg Magazine Readers Choice Award recipients are nominated by customers in order to be in contention for the 2017 Readers Choice Suburban Restaurant Award, and were judged based on number of customer votes, Customer service, and Quality of food. Tom Keegan, President of The Game Table Cafe is pleased about the significance of the award, saying: “We are thrilled that our restaurant with its unique entertainment venue is so popular with our customers.”

Persons interested in learning more about The Game Table Cafe and the award can visit the website at Harrisburg Magazine Readers Choice Award.

Contact Info:
Name: Thomas Keegan
Organization: The Game Table Cafe
Address: 4900 Carlisle Pike Hampden Center, Mechanicsburg, PA 17050, United States
Phone: +1-717-695-0836

For more information, please visit http://www.gametablecafe.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 228484

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