Category: Places to Eat
August 18, 2017
By Donna White – Catching a whiff of the fresh roasted garlic and herbs as I walked into the kitchen at The Historic Fairfield Inn, I just knew this was going to be a yummy day. Chef Johnathon was ready and waiting for us to get started with the ham and bean soup recipe that has been used at the Inn for more than 200 years.
When you start with quality, fresh ingredients and add in a wonderful chef that really cares about the product he is serving to the Inn’s guests, you know that you just can’t go wrong. The ... Read This Story
July 28, 2017
Whether you’re craving sweet or savory, breakfast or lunch – at brunch, you don’t have to choose – you can have it all. The in-between breakfast and lunch meal has gained popularity and with it – restaurants that are showcasing mouthwatering, specialized brunch menus. If you are looking for that special, well crafted brunch menu, look no further than these Gettysburg area restaurants that are doing brunch so right.Food 101
If casual, hip dining and brunch are your thing, you’ve got to try Food 101. The restaurant serves three signature brunch items you won’t find on their regular menu. ... Read This Story
July 20, 2017
Gettysburg’s craft beverage scene includes some amazing locally produced wine, beer, cider, spirits and yes, unique, tasty cocktails. Many area restaurants are featuring cocktails this summer that’ll refresh and cool you off and many highlight locally sourced ingredients, too. If you’re looking to explore Gettysburg’s craft beverage scene, and you want a drink that’ll cool you down and chill you out, try one of these delicious summertime cocktails.Summer Crush
One Lincoln’s latest cocktail creation just screams summer. Summer crush is a tempting mix of citrus vodka, sweet Midori, fresh orange juice and pineapple juice, a dash of Sprite for bubbles and ... Read This Story
June 8, 2017
By Donna White – I had the opportunity to cook with Andy Ernst, the Executive Chef of the 1863 Restaurant located inside the Wyndham Gettysburg Hotel. I was excited when Andy told me we would be cooking his Cold Smoked Salmon, as any dish with Salmon is one I can’t resist. It has always been one of my favorites, and this one does not disappoint. I thoroughly enjoyed learning the steps to brining and cold smoking. It adds a wonderful flavor that pairs the salmon well for breakfast on a bagel, lunch on a salad or dinner with a beautiful glass of ... Read This Story
May 24, 2017
In Gettysburg, one of the perks of a beautiful sunny day is being able to enjoy a meal outside. At many of our restaurants, you can dine outside while people watching at Lincoln Square or while taking in views overlooking historic battlegrounds. We’ve compiled a list of places for outdoor dining in historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.1. The Pike Restaurant & Tap House
The Pike Restaurant & Tap House has a beautiful covered deck for outdoor dining. It is pet friendly and conveniently located just a few minutes from the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor Center on Baltimore Pike. The Pike ... Read This Story
April 27, 2017
By Donna White – Greek Pizza and a cold summer ale at 9:00 a.m. never tasted so good. Wade and Drew Leedy of Tommy’s Pizza, Inc. in Gettysburg were gracious enough to have me come into their kitchen before their day gets rolling and learn more about this long-standing local and visitor favorite. Tommy’s, a family-owned business, has been perfecting pizzas and subs for 44 years. They pride themselves on homemade sauce, fresh grated cheese and dough that is made fresh daily. More recently, they’ve added an extensive craft beer list to their menu.
I had the pleasure of helping Wade ... Read This Story
April 10, 2017
Going out to eat as a vegetarian can sometimes be a bit stressful, especially when you are traveling. While many restaurants today do offer at least one vegetarian option, there’s always a worry that you may find yourself at a restaurant with no veggie-friendly choices. If you’re visiting Gettysburg, Pa., as a vegetarian, we’ve got your back. We’ve dug through menus so that you don’t have to. While almost all Gettysburg restaurants do offer at least one non-meat option, we’ve rounded up a list of the top five places for vegetarian dining in Gettysburg – the places you’ll find the ... Read This Story
March 16, 2017
Scoring a great brew and a burger after a round of golf is just as important as nailing that birdie on the 18th hole.
The Gettysburg region isn’t just home to some great golf courses, but incredible restaurants that are the perfect way to cap off a day with the clubs. We know that golfers want good food, but not always fancy, and a great selection of drinks to celebrate – or forget – their day out on the course.
With that in mind, we’ve compiled a short list – in the spirit of golf, we went with nine – of just ... Read This Story
March 9, 2017
By Jess Clevenger – There is much to love about springtime in Gettysburg and the Adams County countryside. The destination offers many experiences that help to make the most of the season. As a foodie, my favorite way to embrace a season is through a culinary experience and that’s why I could not be more excited about Adams County Winery’s spring wine release – Spring Catawaba.
Adams County Winery is revealing its seasonal release on Saturday, March 11, 2017 at their home winery in Orrtanna, Pa. Guests are invited to visit the winery to try the wine, along with local, handcrafted cheeses.
In ... Read This Story
February 9, 2017
By Jess Clevenger – One piece of Gettysburg’s rich history that especially interests me is the time that President Dwight D. Eisenhower and first lady Mamie Eisenhower spent living here. I feel so fortunate to have visited the Eisenhower National Historic Site twice, getting the experience of viewing the home and farm of the former first couple and hearing many enlightening stories about the Eisenhowers from the knowledgeable staff that works there.
Touring and being able to stand in the place that Dwight and Mamie called home feels surreal; it’s like getting a peak at the normalcy of a former president ... Read This Story