We wanted a typical "GETTYSBURG" type dinner when we arrived in Gettysburg and saw that this restaurant got pretty good reviews. It is in a historic building that was pockmarked with bullet holes gotten during the battle for Gettysburg. Going into the tavern, the wait staff is dressed in 1860's costumes and the menu has many period dishes such as game pie, chicken pot pie, pickled watermelon, spoon bread to name a few. The cast of the movie "GETTYSBURG" spent time here and they donated many of the props and costumes used in filming the movie. The food was good and hearty. Large portions that were very filling. Connie, our waitress, was very helpful and she gave us terrific suggestions for touring the battlefield sites. All in all, a very enjoyable evening.
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