Must-Try Beverages on the Adams County Pour Tour
March 17, 2020
Featuring 22 stops with countless craft beverages, the Adams County Pour Tour has a lot of choices! Whether you’re just about to start your passport journey or you’re a regular stamp collector, it’s nice to hear from fellow Pour Tour goers on what their drink of choice is. So we asked for your favorite drink on the Adams County Pour Tour and here’s a list of your must-try beverages!Jahmba Series at Fourscore Beer Co. Recommended by Wendee Q. Lewis, Lauren Slater and Ashley Stark-Garvie
Fourscore Beer Co. releases a new beer every week as part of their One-Off Wednesdays. A ... Read This Story
10 Burgers You Need to Try in the Gettysburg Area
February 14, 2020
Sometimes you just have a craving for a burger and fries. Restaurants around Gettysburg are whipping up this classic in some unconventional ways. So when you need to satisfy your hunger, take a bite out of these burgers around Gettysburg!Black and Bleu Burger – The Pub & Restaurant
Dark chocolate and bleu cheese together on a burger?! For those with adventurous taste buds, the black and bleu burger at The Pub is for you. For this delight, an eight ounce patty is mixed with chocolate chips and bleu cheese and served on a pretzel bun. If you’re not up to try ... Read This Story
10 Winter Beverages in Gettysburg
February 5, 2020
When there’s a chill in the air, we all need a little winter warm up. Whether its a hot drink or a coffee-infused beverage, these 10 drinks around Gettysburg are the perfect way to escape the cold this season.Snickerdoodle Latte – Ragged Edge Coffee House
Grab your laptop or your favorite book and cozy up at Ragged Edge Coffee House. Feel the spirit of the season with their signature snickerdoodle latte. It’s like a cookie in a cup!The Fix – Fourscore Beer Co.
If you can’t decide between coffee or beer, we have you covered! The Fix at Fourscore Beer ... Read This Story
Sweet Treats That Will Cool You Down This Summer In Gettysburg
July 25, 2019
Summer is a wonderful time to experience Gettysburg! There is so much going on – from fun festivals and special events to the height of the living history and farm market seasons.
The days are long during the summertime in Gettysburg, and after a day of exploring, there is nothing better than unwinding and cooling down with a sweet, delectable treat. There’s something for everyone’s taste buds on our list below of sweet treats that will cool you down this summer in Gettysburg!Ice Cream Sundae at Mr. G’s
No trip to Gettysburg is complete without a trip to Mr. G’s Ice Cream! ... Read This Story
Can’t-Miss Summer Events in Gettysburg
June 13, 2019
Festival season is upon us, and the Gettysburg area is delivering this summer with so many festivals to enjoy. We’ve rounded up a list of ones that can’t be missed – there’s something for everyone on this list!
These summer festivals and events are listed in chronological order – pick your favorite and get ready to make your own history in Gettysburg this summer!American Odyssey Relay Race, April 24-25 View this post on Instagram
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Adams County Pour Tour Beverage Maker’s Favorites
May 9, 2019
From wines, meads and spirits to craft beer and hard cider, the Adams County Pour Tour has flavorful beverages for everyone’s palate. Our creative and knowledgeable beverage makers work hard to perfect each beverage release. We’ve asked these beverage makers to do the impossible – to choose their favorite of their creations. We’ve compiled a list of Adams County Pour Tour beverage maker’s favorites, so you know exactly what to order next time you embark on the trail.India Pale Ale at Thirsty Farmer Brew Works
“Our ‘brewer’s pet’ is the India Pale Ale, known simply as IPA. Our IPA is brewed ... Read This Story
Pizza Night in Gettysburg
February 21, 2019
What better way to spend the day than with a cheesy pizza pie shared with friends and family in historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania? Gettysburg is quickly becoming known as a culinary destination – and whether you like a fancier pie, or something more traditional, we have you covered! Here are our recommendations for the best places for pizza night!Tommy’s Pizza
A favorite by many locals and visitors alike, Tommy’s Pizza has mastered the recipe for a perfect pizza. The dough is the best combination of crispy and doughy, the sauce is hearty and flavorful and the cheese bubbles over the crust in ... Read This Story
Comfort Foods to Try in Gettysburg
December 20, 2018
Sometimes in life, you want fresh and healthy food, and sometimes you want straight up comfort. This list is for the latter, for when you are looking for an indulgent, warming and comforting bite to eat. From soups to sandwiches, from shareable appetizers to classic comfort dishes, check out the list below for some of the most delicious comfort foods in Gettysburg.Baked King’s Onion Soup at the Dobbin House Tavern
There’s nothing more comforting than a piping hot cup of soup. The Dobbin House Tavern’s baked king’s onion soup is a customer favorite, rightfully so. It’s made from scratch, with beef ... Read This Story
Adams County Pie Trail
October 18, 2018
If Adams County had a signature dessert, it would be pie. If you want to eat like a local, make your way through this pie trail on your next trip to the area.
Whether you’re craving sweet or savory, don’t worry – this trail includes both. While there really are endless pies to try in Adams County, here are seven places to get you started!Dunlap’s
Enjoy casual family dining at Dunlap’s and take this tip from us: don’t pass on dessert. Dunlap’s offers a variety of homemade seasonal desserts, including rotating mile-high meringue pies. You may see chocolate meringue, coconut meringue or lemon ... Read This Story
Bounty of the County – Harvest to Dish
August 8, 2018
One of the most incredible things about Adams County, Pa., is it’s farming community. Orchards cover more than 20,000 acres of land in Adams County, and those orchards provide both stunning scenery and unbelievably delicious fruit. Lots of fruit – Adams County growers harvest 280 million pounds of apples each year, as well as countless other fruits and vegetables.
Aside from enjoying that produce fresh, it’s amazing to see those fruits and vegetables turned into mouthwatering dishes. Many Gettysburg area restaurants incorporate seasonal, fresh produce in their dishes when possible, and for the second year, Adams County is celebrating that farm-to-fork idea ... Read This Story
What kind of traveler are you?
July 26, 2018
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania offers such diverse experiences that draw a variety of travelers to the area. From foodies to history buffs, from outdoor lovers to the family traveler… there is a little bit of something for everyone. With so many options on things to do, we thought we’d help you narrow it down based on how you prefer to travel. Take this quiz to find out what kind of traveler you are, and based on your results, we’ll give you some recommendations on things to do while visiting the Gettysburg area.
And share with us in the comments below – what kind ... Read This Story
5 Epic Sandwiches in Gettysburg
June 14, 2018
It’s no secret that Gettysburg has some amazing restaurants. From comfort food to original gourmet creations, there’s something for everyone’s palate. Many of our restaurants feature a variety of traditional sandwiches made to perfection and one-of-a-kind sandwich creations only found at their place of business. We asked you, our visitors, to submit your favorite epic sandwiches in Gettysburg. Here is a list of five of your favorites!Mason’s Mile High at the Dobbin House Tavern
Submitted by Douglas G., Facebook
Served at The Springhouse Tavern at the Dobbin House, Mason’s Mile High is for the true meat lover! Choose a combination of smokehouse ... Read This Story
Which Adams County craft beverage are you?
May 9, 2018
There’s nothing quite like a perfectly poured craft beer, the first glass of wine out of a freshly corked bottle, a spirit aged to perfection, or the bubbles of a sparkling cider hitting your palate just right.
Rooted in the heart of Pennsylvania’s Fruit Belt, Adams County is home to more than 20,000 acres of apple trees, making it an ideal location for growing not only 100 varieties of apples, but peaches, grapes, hops and more. Tucked among the farm markets, orchards and vineyards is a growing number of wineries, cideries, breweries and distilleries.
Experience the variety of craft beverages that our ... Read This Story
May 3, 2018
Adams County, Pennsylvania is the fruit belt, technically we are part of it, but once you have made a trip here you will understand exactly what we mean. Our fresh fruit includes every berry imaginable – melons, 100 varieties of apples, 30 varieties of blueberries, peaches, apricots, plums, the list goes on and on! The best part of this, is that throughout the summer and early fall, several of our farms offer pick-your-own – talk about truly knowing where your food comes from!
June really kicks off the picking season with sweet and sour cherries at Boyer Nurseries & Orchards. These ... Read This Story
Adams County Growing Season – Blossom to Harvest
April 10, 2018
In Adams County’s countryside, time is measured in growing seasons. It begins in spring – when we start to see the first signs of new growth – buds pushing their way through the branches of fruit trees. Those buds then turn to beautiful, vibrant blossoms that create a blanket of color on the orchard-covered hills of the countryside. Take a look:
The yearly transformation of Adams County’s countryside is an amazing thing to witness, and if you’ve never seen Adams County in bloom, we highly recommend adding it to your bucket list – and making your way through this list of ... Read This Story
Falling for Pumpkin in Gettysburg
October 13, 2017
We have enjoyed the growing season in Adams County this past year – from asparagus to strawberries, cherries, summertime veggies, peaches and apples – it’s been a delicious year. And with fall now here, and the growing season coming to an end, we are fully embracing pumpkin season. To celebrate the season, we felt inspired to get to the kitchen to bake a tasty treat, using homegrown Adams County pumpkins. We turned to the Inns of the Gettysburg Area cookbook, where we found a fabulous recipe from the Historic Fairfield Inn 1757 for homemade pumpkin pie filling. This is a ... Read This Story
An Authentic Adams County Autumn Date
October 6, 2017
By Paige Neidig – There is something about autumn that brings romance to the air. Maybe it’s cozy campfires, sharing warm fall foods or squeezing in close to the one you love as the temperatures drop. In Adams County, Pa., there are endless ways you can celebrate fall with that special someone. Check out this authentic Adams County autumn date itinerary.Stop 1: Fields of Adventure
Begin your date with a trip to Fields of Adventure in Aspers, Pa. Fields of Adventure is bursting with fall fun waiting to be had by children and adults alike. A favorite by many couples is ... Read This Story
Historic Dining in Gettysburg
September 8, 2017
The history of Gettysburg is undoubtedly one of the biggest draws to the area. It can be experienced through an up-close and personal tour of the battlefield or a stroll through a museum. However, it can also be experienced through the palate. If you are looking to expand your historical experience in Gettysburg, beyond the battlefield, be sure to check out these Gettysburg area restaurants that offer historic dining experiences, historic food options and a general history-rich atmosphere.Dobbin House Tavern
Step inside the Dobbin House Tavern, one of Gettysburg’s oldest and most historic structures. The colonial-era restaurant has humble beginnings as ... Read This Story
12 Places for Outdoor Dining in Gettysburg
May 24, 2017
In Gettysburg, one of the perks of a beautiful sunny day is being able to enjoy a meal outside. At many of our restaurants, you can dine outside while people watching at Lincoln Square or while taking in views overlooking historic battlegrounds. We’ve compiled a list of places for outdoor dining in historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.1. The Pike Restaurant & Tap House
The Pike Restaurant & Tap House has a beautiful covered deck for outdoor dining. It is pet friendly and conveniently located just a few minutes from the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor Center on Baltimore Pike. The Pike ... Read This Story
Top Five Spots for Vegetarian Dining in Gettysburg
April 10, 2017
Going out to eat as a vegetarian can sometimes be a bit stressful, especially when you are traveling. While many restaurants today do offer at least one vegetarian option, there’s always a worry that you may find yourself at a restaurant with no veggie-friendly choices. If you’re visiting Gettysburg, Pa., as a vegetarian, we’ve got your back. We’ve dug through menus so that you don’t have to. While almost all Gettysburg restaurants do offer at least one non-meat option, we’ve rounded up a list of the top five places for vegetarian dining in Gettysburg – the places you’ll find the ... Read This Story
Nine Places to Grab a Round after a Round in Gettysburg
March 16, 2017
Scoring a great brew and a burger after a round of golf is just as important as nailing that birdie on the 18th hole.
The Gettysburg region isn’t just home to some great golf courses, but incredible restaurants that are the perfect way to cap off a day with the clubs. We know that golfers want good food, but not always fancy, and a great selection of drinks to celebrate – or forget – their day out on the course.
With that in mind, we’ve compiled a short list – in the spirit of golf, we went with nine – of just ... Read This Story
Mrs. Cratchit’s Plum Pudding Recipe
December 15, 2016
By Jess Clevenger – “The pudding was out of the copper which smells like a washing-day. That was the cloth. A smell like an eating-house and a pastrycook’s next door to each other, with a laundress’s next door to that. That was the pudding. In half a minute Mrs. Cratchit entered – flushed, but smiling proudly – with the pudding, like a speckled cannon-ball, so hard and firm, blazing in half of half-a-quarter of ignited brandy, and bedight with Christmas holly stuck into the top.”
This holiday season in Gettysburg, we can see that scene, and more, come to life as ... Read This Story
Celebrate Autumn in Gettysburg: Five Flavorful Fall Drinks
October 6, 2016
By Jess Clevenger – Fall is officially here and there are signs of it everywhere in Gettysburg, Pa. The days and nights are crisper and cooler, the leaves are just beginning to turn, there is that “fall smell” in the air and seasonal specials are being featured at all of our favorite restaurants and shops.
For when you’re looking to unwind after a long day, relax with friends on the weekend, or if you just want to try something new and different, we’ve got a round-up of Gettysburg’s must-try fall cocktails and drinks. There’s nothing better than the warm, rich flavors ... Read This Story
Seven Haunted Restaurants You Need to Visit in Gettysburg
October 30, 2015
By Mary Bigham, Dish-Works.com – When you grow up in a town that is rumored to be full of ghosts, you’re not always hunting for the paranormal … but sometimes things happen that just can’t be explained.
A few of my friends have shared stories with me about “visions on the battlefield” or have told me about things being amiss in their childhood homes. One of my favorite stories (food-related, of course) is about a ghost named Gus. Supposedly, the former county jail cook, who worked there many years ago, haunts the attic of a close friend’s home, and he still enjoys cooking ... Read This Story
Cider Town, Pa. – Gettysburg is the Go-To Destination for Hard Cider
September 16, 2015
By Mary Bigham, Dish-Works.com – If you’ve had a conversation with me in the last year or two, the following subject has definitely come up: cider. And the discussion starts with something like this: “Did you know that hard cider is the new champagne?”
It’s true! I’m so passionate about this easy-to-sip beverage that I want to share with everyone that hard cider is not just for gluten-free folks. It’s a trending, delicious product that’s turning heads in the beverage world and has strong roots in (my hometown) Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. In addition to being rich in history and abundant with dining options ... Read This Story