Lisa recommends you check out these restaurants in Gettysburg

Take it from Lisa Newberry, an Adams County native, there are some great restaurants in Gettysburg. 

Dobbin House Tavernplace    

 A colonial restaurant where candlelit elegance, superior food in abundance, and gracious service in period dress, bring back the sights, sounds and tastes of two centuries ago. Fine Dining or Casual Dining in “The Springhouse Tavern” A most unique eating and drinking alehouse amidst three natural springs and two glowing fireplaces. This cozy and romantic colonial tavern features your favorite spirits, generous dinner platters, fresh deli sandwiches and salads, homemade soups and tasty desserts. 

Farnsworth House Inn

The Farnsworth House offers a Civil War period dining experience. Period fare served by period dressed servers in historic inn with over 100 bullet holes in exterior south wall. Some specialties include game pie, peanut soup, spoon bread and pumpkin fritters, steak and seafood dishes. We recommend reservations for our dining room which is open seven days a week at 5pm. Contact the bookstore to reserve your table. They also have the family friendly Tavern, Sweney’s, which serves lite fare with a touch of Pennsylvania Dutch. 

Inn at Herr Ridge

Enjoy romance and comfort in this 1815 country inn. Used as the first Confederate hospital during the Battle of Gettysburg. The Inn at Herr Ridge is where history meets hospitality. Enjoy onsite gourmet dining. The Tavern Wine Cellar features a 5,000 bottle wine collection. An on-site grille offers casual dining, over 70 bottle Craft Beer selection and a Martini Bar. Located just 1 1/2 miles from Lincoln Square on Route 30 west. 

 Mason Dixon Distillery

Small Batch Distillery & Restaurant. Their food and spirits will all be made from scratch on our premises. Only the highest quality ingredients are used and they source every grain from our neighboring farms. Offering a seasonal menu and craft cocktails hand crafted with their own Vodka, Rum and Whiskey. 

 When I wonder where I should dine or need some ideas of what to do, I always visit the website of Destination Gettysburg, Adams, Pa.  Have fun exploring!!!! 

Post a Comment