A non-tourist breakfast is hard to find in Gettysburg.  When you do find it, however, it is usually spectacular.  Most hotels serve the standard continental breakfast, some of the nicest hotels have their own restaurant (the Gettysburg Hotel among them), and there are many Bed and Breakfasts that serve great meals.  The tourist places for breakfast are easy to find and consist mainly of Perkins on Rte. 30, Friendly's on Steinweir Ave., and the Lincoln diner on Carlisle St.  Several local places are "hidden" in town and offer a hearty breakfast at a lower price.  The Avenue Diner on Steinweir Ave. serves a home-style breakfast reminiscent of Grandma's, Ernie's Texas Lunch on Chambersburg St is a unique, but not to be missed, breakfast experience, and there are several small coffee shops and bakeries scattered near the center of town, the most prominent being the Ragged Edge at the intersection of Chambersburg and North Washington Sts.  Overall, breakfast is easy to find in town, but for a great breakfast you will need a map and a local.