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Foodie Adventure in Gettysburg

Hit the road for a foodies fest in Gettysburg! We may be known for our Civil War battle, but that isn’t the only thing that is epic in Adams County – our culinary opportunities will leave you wanting more.

Hit the road for a foodies fest in Gettysburg! We may be known for our Civil War battle, but that isn’t the only thing that is epic in Adams County – our culinary opportunities will leave you wanting more.

Looking for the easy way to experience great food? If so, book your Savor Gettysburg Food Tour for 8 stops on a culinary adventure mixed with tales of history along the way. Entice your taste buds with an authentic variety of local tastes and treats. Consider their new Savory Sweets Food Tour. 

Not into the group thing? Take your own tour – want something historic? Try the Farnsworth House Inn for game pie or pickled watermelon rind – trust me it is way better than it sounds. Like seafood… crab dip at Gettysburg Eddie’s is amazingly rich and you can still eat the entire dish yourself. Looking for big plates that you can share – you have to go to the Pub & Restaurant– they even have vegan! 

More of a pizza connoisseur? Hit Tommy’s Pizza – a local staple and now a hot spot for great brews. Check their calendar to see if they are doing any tasting events. If you want some more great brews, check out Appalachian Brewing Company – they offer great pub food and their own brews including root beer. 

I can’t think drink without bringing up our great wineries – Adams County Winery, Hauser Estate Winery and Reid’s Orchard and Winery. Each offers a different type of wine –from sweet to crisp to dry and robust. Don’t forget to try the hard ciders at Hauser and Reid’s – Adams County is Apple Country so you can bet we will offer some of the best ciders you will ever taste. 

While you are out discovering the taste of our vines, be sure to hit some of our great county restaurants. Cashtown Inn is set in a beautiful historic tavern where Confederates camped before invading Gettysburg. Today, still an Inn, this restaurant takes American cuisine to a new level. Check their site before you go, seasonal pairing dinners make for an amazing night… oh, and ask them about their ghosts. The Fairfield Inn 1797 is another great spot set in a historic tavern and inn. The President and Mamie Eisenhower enjoyed dining there when they were Gettysburg locals; they always loved the chicken and waffles. Even General Lee stopped there on his retreat. In that same area, discover Hickory Bridge Farm. They offer farm-style meals on the weekends, ask what came from the garden. 

If you want to be sure you can take some treats home with you, consider hitting our farm markets. From spring to winter, you will discover why agriculture is a top industry in Adams County. From fresh veggies to juicy fruit – including our #1 apple, you can fill your basket with tasty and healthy treats. You will also find a few that may be a little less healthy but definitely delicious – homemade cookies and cakes, local ice creams, and delicious breads. If you remember to bring a cooler for your drive home, you may want to pick up some free range eggs or farm fresh meats. 

Of course you can’t eat for your entire trip, so we may suggest you also consider a tour of the Gettysburg National Military Park and of the town. Maybe play a round of golf or spend a few hours at one of our day spas. Explore the countryside in between the many tastings. Whatever your choice, we wish you happy eating!

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Let us guide your taste buds through a savory journey around Gettysburg, visiting seven unique eateries covering just under 1 mile of non-continuous walking.


Gettysburg, PA 17325

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This Historical Inn features 10 well-appointed guest rooms decorated with Victorian elegance, each with their own private bathroom. Complete with a freshly made breakfast just for you, look no further for your fall lodging accommodations here in Gettysburg.


401 Baltimore Street,
Gettysburg, PA 17325

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Take a break from your Civil War experience & visit our historical tribute to Gettysburg's baseball hall of famer, Edward Stewart Plank (1825-1926).


217 Steinwehr Avenue,
Gettysburg, PA 17325

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Experience the Pub's personality through professional service and menu of homemade soups, salads, specialty burgers, pizzas, pastas & vegetarian items


20-22 Lincoln Square,
Gettysburg, PA 17325

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We are proud to continue our family tradition, that began in 1973, of serving the finest pizza made with our own fresh dough & famous house sauce.


105 Steinwehr Avenue,
Gettysburg, PA 17325

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Brewpub located at Gateway Gettysburg serving hand-crafted ales and lagers, craft sodas and exceptional fare.


70 Presidential Circle,
Gettysburg, PA 17325

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Circa 1797, 7 suites welcome you to an Inn where historians claim more Confederates passed through the front door than any other north of Richmond.


1325 Old Route 30,
Orrtanna, PA 17353

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Located on the Confederate Retreat from Gettysburg, July 4, 1863, enjoy fine food and spirits.


15 West Main Street,
Fairfield, PA 17320

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Family-Style dining served in a restored 160 year-old barn. A few of the many featured entrees include Oven Fried Chicken, Roast Beef with dressing and our Crab Imperial and so much more. During the autumn months, the restaurant is a picturesque scene with the backdrop of color changing leaves.


96 Hickory Bridge Road,
Orrtanna, PA 17353

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