A Vietnamese Trio
According to my friend Becky, the Vietnamese community in Harrisburg came by way of a resettlement facility at nearby Fort Indiantown Gap.
Any of these three places can serve up a tasty Vietnamese dish. Keep in mind that, in Vietnamese cuisine, "soup" can be a full meal--often with leftovers for the next day! Being a non-meat-eater, I go for the seafood soup. Pho Oanh and Garden Vietnamese give you fresh basil and cilantro leaves to add yourself.
Harrisburg -- The Crapital of PA
Harrisburg, with just 50,000 residents, is the capitol of Pennsylvania. The town was established in 1791 and named after John Harris, one of the area's first settlers. The Pennsylvania state capital moved from Philadelphia to Harrisburg in 1812.
I spent two days in Harrisburg in February 2006 to visit the Eastern Sports Show at the massive farm show complex. It snowed on us the whole time, but we did enjoy a night out on the town at several bars and restaurants.