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10 Burgers You Need to Try in the Gettysburg Area

February 14, 2020

Sometimes you just have a craving for a burger and fries. Restaurants around Gettysburg are whipping up this classic in some unconventional ways. So when you need to satisfy your hunger, take a bite out of these burgers around Gettysburg!

Black and Bleu Burger – The Pub & Restaurant

Dark chocolate and bleu cheese together on a burger?! For those with adventurous taste buds, the black and bleu burger at The Pub is for you. For this delight, an eight ounce patty is mixed with chocolate chips and bleu cheese and served on a pretzel bun. If you’re not up to try ... Read This Story

Cooking with a Gettysburg Chef – Wade and Drew Leedy of Tommy’s Pizza

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

Seven Haunted Restaurants You Need to Visit in Gettysburg

October 30, 2015

By Mary Bigham, Dish-Works.com – When you grow up in a town that is rumored to be full of ghosts, you’re not always hunting for the paranormal … but sometimes things happen that just can’t be explained.

A few of my friends have shared stories with me about “visions on the battlefield” or have told me about things being amiss in their childhood homes. One of my favorite stories (food-related, of course) is about a ghost named Gus. Supposedly, the former county jail cook, who worked there many years ago, haunts the attic of a close friend’s home, and he still enjoys cooking ... Read This Story