Lunch in Gettysburg is a welcomed affair. After a long morning of Battlefield tours, exploration and museums, you'll surely work up an appetite. Now the hard part begins. Where to go for lunch?
If you want to change the pace completely and relax into some fine dining, the Herr Tavern offers a mouth watering lunch menu from Wednesday to Saturday. Can you say Lobster BLT? With limited hours, you'll want to be sure to make reservations. That being said, if you're in town during a celebration, commemoration, or other special event, you'll always want to call wherever you go and inquire about reservations, especially on the weekends.
Bus tours love establishments like General Pickett's Buffet Restaurant. Their prices are low and their meals are hearty. In fact, there are few restaurants on our list that don't serve a hearty meal. Dunlap's Restaurant may have you slapping the table and writing home to your mama. Their country-style American fare gives you something to write about. Seafood is a big seller here but fresh cut turkey, chicken pot pie soup, and homemade apple dumplings are well worth giving a try. You're in Pennsylvania - you have to!
If you want to stay a little closer to center, One Lincoln or the Pub and Restaurant are your best choices. They're right in the center of town at Lincoln Square. Both serve nice size salads, burgers, and sandwiches, and have outdoor seating, perfect for people watching or listening to the constant roar of trucks passing through.
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