The atmosphere, dinner rolls and fresh butter, avocado Louis, duck, pork tenderloin, and special dessert of chocolate raspberry cake was PERFECT. Can't wait to return.
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We eat at the Springhouse Tavern whenever we visit Gettysburg. The food is very good and the atmosphere is fun. I would have given an excellent review but the seating in the tavern is very close. I am sure if this was a tavern in...More
We accidentally went to the Tavern in the basement then found out the dinning room was upstairs. Because of this we enjoyed the ambiance of both. Go down stairs and feel like you are in a 1860's pub. it was lit mostly with candles. we...More
We ate in the Tavern for a late lunch. First time here. Great menu options. Quaint atmosphere. My husband said it was the best pecan pie he ever ate! Wonderful service. Highly recommend reservations for evening hours.
We enjoyed our dinner at the Dobbin House. The food was good, service was great, and the establishment has done an excellent job of keeping in the historical period. It must be difficult to modify a 150 year old building, to include the modern conveniences,...More
Weekday family lunch in the Springhouse Tavern after a morning of touring. Pub dining room was cold, super dark and tightly packed in, but all part of authenticity of an early American basement pub over a spring. Was a slow weekday and it was crowded...More
The place to go for French Onion Soup! Salads are always fresh and the chicken is yummy! We visit at least 2-4 times a month for lunch or dinner.We love the downstairs pub for the atmosphere and the food.
We went here during the reenactment. The food there was amazing I liked the atmosphere as well. The outfits, etc. Servers are hard working.Spinach salad with bacon dressing is to die for!
Was a little disappointed in the food but the place is very cool. Service was average - tried to seat us (7 people) at a totally too small booth (later only 2 people sat there) and we had to wait - which as okay. Lighting...More