I ordered filet mignon, it was served hot and as ordered. My meal was delicious. Our server was attentive to our needs.
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We went to Dobbin House for an anniversary dinner. The service was excellent (Karen) and we had very comfortable chairs to sit in. The onion soup was amazing, the salad fresh with homemade blue cheese dressing, and the filets were over the top delicious. I ordered a crab cake to accompany the filet and it was tasty but not overly... More
We sat in the Spinning Room, in the fine dining portion of the Restaurant. The downstairs is super charming and more casual fare, but do not miss the AMAZING food and service upstairs. Heather was an excellent, friendly server and her food recommendations served us well. Best meal we have had in a while. Order the crabcakes-- we were leary,... More
Step back in time! Built in 1776, part of the Underground Railroad, amazing furnishings, the entire complex is stunning! Ate in the dining room not tavern. Onion soup very good, salad with homemade Bleu cheese dressing was outstanding. Homemade breads delicious, duck very good, veal amazing, baked potatoes yummy with chive sour cream. Greenbeans Almondine cooked perfectly. Cheesecake really good.... More
We ate here for a lunch and a dinner and both were in the downstairs tavern. For lunch I had the flatbread steak sandwich. At $16 I figured that I was in Gettysburg, so that's what you have to pay for the atmosphere and experience. It arrived and I actually had to take some of the steak, not the extras... More
Gettysburg is not a foodie's delight, so having had lunches at the Dobbin House for many years, I thought that the best it had to offer was fried chicken and lunch meats. Then I took my family here for dinner. Suddenly, I was transported back 200 years to an enchanting tavern with servers dressed for the 18th century and food... More
As noted, we regularly visit Gettysburg, and just as regularly, we make it a point of eating in the lower tavern area for lunch as well as dinner. The ambience as well as good fellowship is always quite extraordinary
My husband and I went for dinner on a Saturday evening. It was busy as expected so we waited 45 minutes and ate in the tavern. The tavern is very small and very crowded. The tables are much too close together, but the atmosphere is nice. We got two of their specialty drinks and sat out front until our table... More
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