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Dining in Gettysburg

The food in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania is as exciting as the history and attractions. The tastes of Gettysburg are sure to please every diner. You can choose from historic taverns, ethnic cuisine, farm-to-table dining and unique edibles. Here are just a few of our favorite dining options that are near The Inn at Lincoln Square. 

Blue and Gray Bar and Grill

Blue and Gray Bar and Grill is located in the center of Gettysburg - the heart of Civil War history. They have 12 specialty burgers which are each named for a Union or Confederate General and over 25 wing sauces/rubs that have Civil War staple names. You can also try out a blend of northern and southern cuisine from crab cakes to Carolina-style pulled pork.

The Garryowen Irish Pub

Gettysburg's only Irish-owned pub offers a genuine taste of Ireland through “Ceol, cainte agus craic” ~ “Music, talk and fun.” The Garryowen is open 7 days/week for lunch, dinner & drinks, 11 am-2 am. “The Go”, as it’s known to our regulars, is as inviting as any pub found back in the old country, with a warm solid mahogany bar, friendly service, and the ever-present possibility of a tune breaking out.

The Pub

Over the years, The Pub & Restaurant, located on the historic Lincoln Square in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania has seen various names and owners, but in April of 1996, a more permanent presence arose. Long-time Adams County resident Lisa Grim employed the expertise of local contractors such as Cy Deitz & Co., Inc., Clarence Andrews Contracting, and Coldsmith Roofing, among others, to bring forth her vision of The Pub.
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