Flinchy's Restaurant Bar Camp Hill PA Hot Rock Meals Casual Fine Dining experience Harrisburg PA


Hours: Open Seven Days a Week
Monday – Friday, 11am – 2am EST
Full Menu til 9pm, Deck Menu til 10pm
Thursday – Sunday, 12noon – 2am
Full Menu til 10pm, Deck menu til 11pm
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Zana Introduces HOT ROCK!

Casual Fine Dining Restaurant, Bar, and Train Wreck Deck!

Flinchy’s is actually four venues in one location. Outside we have the Train Wreck Deck with a 360 degree bar and table seating. Inside is a high energy New York Style neighborhood bar and a linen napkin relaxing non-smoking dining room.

When dinner is done on Wednesdays through Saturdays, the glass walls between the bar and the dining room retract into the floor to open it up for a club scene. We offer live music; acoustical, DJ’s, and full bands with names such as: “Shea Quinn & Luv Gods, Kenton Shelley, and The Freddie Long Band”

Flinchy’s offers the unique HOT ROCK dining experience.. The HOT ROCK is dining on volcanic stone with steaks and seafood cooked on your table. It’s not just a meal, it’s an experience!

We are also the home of the internationally known Chief Chili’s Chili. We pride ourselves in using only the freshest and most natural ingredients each season has to offer in every dish for a truly delectable dining experience.

Please feel free to request the bar or deck menu when seated in our dining room or ask your server for assistance. We never want to limit your selections and will always do our absolute best to meet and exceed your expectations.

Matthew “Flinchy” Flinchbaugh, Proprietor

We are open seven days a week for lunch and dinner. The Train Wreck Deck opens every New Years Day and is open every other day of the year that the weather permits! Call for reservations at 717-761-9000 FLINCHY’S, WHERE THE EAST & WEST MEET TO EAT ON THE HOT ROCK!

“Be sure and stop at Flinchy’s Train Wreck Deck for an Orange Crush and a Hot Rock!”

Train Running Through A Tornado!!!

Here is something you do not see very often.

This video came from a fellow who works for the RR as a train dispatcher.

Trains nowadays mount cameras in their cabs, facing forward and backward, the same way police cars do.
This video is a rear view camera.  This is video of a train that ran through a tornado…
First there is the normal rear view from the last of three engines, with the trees looking normal.

Then you begin to see rain, and then, halfway through the video the trees begin to sway violently

and then Click on this: Tornado1.wmv