Tavern & Public House Welcome to the Herr Tavern &
Publick House, which was established in 1815 by Thomas Sweeney.
In 1828 he sold his tavern to Fredrick Herr. Mr Herr
operated the tavern until his death in 1869 when it became
the Reynolds Hotel for about 10 years, catering to the many
tourists that were coming to the now famous historic Gettysburg
Battlefield. The Tavern then became a private residence
until 1978 when the Herr Tavern was again open to the public.
We now offer fine dining as well as sixteen beautiful guest
rooms and two parlors in our bed and breakfast. A walk across
the parking lot will take you to The Livery, a lounge with
pool tables, dart machine, jukebox and our new blacklight
pool room. Enjoy fine American Cuisine in the Herr Tavern
Restaurant from 11AM to 9PM, Monday through Saturday, and
from 5PM to 9PM on Sunday. Reservations are recommended.
Farnsworth House Our authentically restored dining rooms
are accented by oil paintings of the two commanding officers
at Gettysburg, General Robert E. Lee and General George G.
Meade. Dine by candlelight among original decor and enjoy
a variety of period specialty fare including: Game Pie, Pumpkin
Fritters, Peanut Soup, Spoon Bread, Sweet Potato Pudding,
and Walnut-Apple Cake. Our dishes are prepared with extra-care
and authenticity to give you a touch of early period cookery.
"History never tasted so good." Bon Appetit
Inn Hungry travelers have been entertained
at the Inn for nearly 200 years, but never has the food been
tastier than today.
Lunch is served on Tuesday through Saturday from 11:30 AM
until 3:00 PM. Dinner is served on Tuesday through Sunday
, from 5 to 8 PM on weekdays and 5 to 9 on weekends. Reservations
are strongly recommended. Call us at (717) 334-9722. Specialties
for lunch include: Cashtown Crab Melt sandwich, large Grilled
dinner salads, and raspberry tea. Dinner favorites include:
Bourbon Walnut Beef Medallions, Pecan Crusted Chicken, Delmonico
Steak Peppercorn, Seafood Trilogy and Maryland Crab Cakes.
House Tavern Dine in Gettysburg PA's Oldest, Most
Historic Home "...Beautifully and Authentically Restored"
and open to the public as a colonial restaurant. Four Score
and Seven years before the Civil War Battle of Gettysburg,
(1776), Reverend Alexander Dobbin built a house to begin a
new life in America for himself and his family. Today his
home, listed on the National Register of Historic Places,
is a colonial restaurant where candlelit elegance, superior
food in abundance, and gracious service bring back the sights,
sounds and tastes of two centuries ago. It consistently wins
Mobil Guide's highest area rating. The friendly hospitality
of the Dobbin House extends to the Springhouse Tavern, Gettystown
Bed and Breakfast, Country Curiosity Store, Abigail Adams
Ballroom, in-house bakery and secret "underground railroad"
Located on the site of
one of the earliest houses in Gettysburg, The Blue Parrot
Bistro continues a tradition of hospitality which began
in 1850 with the Mrs. Schwarz's Oyster Parlor. And now,
what is a bistro? Is it casual, homey and relaxed or
is it a sophisticated eatery? At the Blue Parrot, we
think that both apply. Eclectic furnishings are complimented
by an ever changing exhibition of artwork by local artists.
Diners in black tie or blue jeans are greeted with the
same friendly, unpretentious service. So, whether you
are here for a cheeseburger, a beer and a game of pool,
or you are here for an evening of fine dining, you have
come to the right place.
from the more formal dining rooms of The Altland House,
you'll find the Underside Restaurant & Bar. A
popular local gathering spot, the Underside serves
burgers and sandwiches as well as dinners.Enjoy our
soup and salad bar in a cozy casual atmosphere. Underside
hours are Wednesday through Saturday after 5:00pm.
Live acoustic entertainment every Friday and Saturday
from 7-11pm. Happy Hour from 5-7pm with $1.00 drafts.
Wouldn't your friends
enjoy receiving a memento of your trip to the Virtual
Gettysburg web site? Send one free today!