The server Cara is very mean. I was here for a family visit and stopped by the local bar to enjoy a beverage. I was treated unfairly and rudely by a server. Food was good though.
4. TGI Fridays
5285 Buckeystown PikeFrederick, MD 21704
From Business: In Manhattan in 1965, there was no place where people could go out to meet friends and make new ones in an environment that was at once both relaxed and yet excit…
20 Lincoln SqGettysburg, PA 17325
From Business: Established in 1996, The Pub & Restaurant is an eating establishment that serves a variety of menu items. It offers a selection of appetizers, sandwiches, salads,…
900 Chambersburg RdGettysburg, PA 17325
From Business: Fine dining in a cozy, business casual atmosphere. ~ Wine Spectator Award of Excellence ~ Susquehanna Style Magazine Silver Spoon Award Winner Business Meetings, …
Excellent! Giant, well prepared wings, lots of sauce choices. Some atypical sauces, but they work well with the wings. Burgers were outstanding, fresh ingredients and creative choices.
I live in Adams county and Dunlap's is one of our favorite places to eat. The people are great and go out of their way for you to have a pleasant meal, The soup & salad bar is small but everything looks & tastes GREAT. Food options & "specials" have a variety of options. And desserts.........of course home made and awesome. Prices are reasonable & it's just such a really nice place to visit again & again. My family loves it!
I love Friendly's overall but this particular site had delicious food and great service!
Every town should have one! The dogs are everything and more. The "served all day" sausage breakfast sandwich is wonderful!
When I moved to Gettysburg in 1996, the first place my dad took me was Ernies. It was on the way home from the airport that I had my first of many ERNIES dogs. And it is my hope you will try them as well. They also serve a full menu of items beside dogs, if you have a picky eater in your group.
We were visiting friends from Gettysburg, and they commented on the delicious food you served. We ordered Steaks, crap , and stuffed chicken with mashed potatoes and gravy. Our friends were mortified when the meals came with just steak on the plate and no side dishes. The chicken was served with jelled gravy and stuffing running over the plate; no mashed potatoes. The waitress couldn't have cared less, and made no attempt to correct the error. Warm water with lemon crusts were served and no coffee was available. We were hungry and very disappointed!!!
We were looking for a hot, fresh dinner that was different than what we had at home. Our waiter was friendly and attentive in getting food allergy questions answered, he made a fresh pot of decaf coffee for us, delicious fresh orange juice, refreshing water and soda, balsamic salad dressing and ranch dressing were delicious, the tossed salad was very basic iceberg salad mix you can buy for $1.00 a Walmart, with one tomato slice and only one of us got a cucumber slice, roast turkey sandwich was fresh and hot with lots of gravy, very small side of fries, the side of peaches did come in syrup and we were told originally that it was a fresh peach, the broiled crab cake was moist and fresh (not Krab), with very light breading, a little too much pepper and parsley. However, we would both order those dishes again. We did not get dessert. We did have to wait for our waiter to come back from the dining room to pay our bill and that took a little longer than we felt it should have. The other waitstaff wasn't as friendly as he was. Comfortable atmosphere. We would visit again and with friends.
I've been a visitor to Gettysburg for many a year, and find myself frequenting this place just about every visit. Where else can you get a cool Guinness draft, a Sheperds' pie and socialize with the locals and Civil War buffs from around the globe? Weekends usually find enrertainment, and the outdoor dining area is a good way to get a feel for the Stienwehr passersby. This is a #1 stop for reenactors in town, and just a fun, family friendly eatery. If you are lucky enough to be in Gettysburg during October, check out the Remembrance day parade. This commemorates Lincoln's Gettysburg address and finds O'Roarkes a very popular locale! By all means; try the Sheperd's Pie, O'Roarkes' Club, or the Crab pretzel. You will be glad you did! Captain A.C.Morgan 7th Louisiana Infantry 10th Battalion/A.N.V.