Dining in Gettysburg can be a trip down Civil War memory lane. Many of the restaurants are based in historic settings and use period servers. You'll also find several around town that are family owned. Gettysburg restaurants pride themselves on serving hearty meals using local produce and seasonal menus/ The bounty of Adams County fields, farms, and orchards make it seamless to do so. Fine dining establishments like the Wine Spectator Awarded Cashtown Inn and Dobbin House Tavern, deliver on ambiance and service without forgetting their Pennsylvania roots. On the other end, newer casual dining establishments like One Lincoln add a contemporary twist to hearty American favorites in a modern casual dining setting.
Tawanna has had a wanderlust spirit since she was 13. A dozen or so addresses later, she now resides in Maryland with her husband and two sons.
Tawanna is the founder and creator of Mom's Guide To Travel, a family travel blog. She's also a contributor to the Travel Channel.
If she's not traveling somewhere out of state, she's either shopping or... Read more »