went to this restaurant on a recommendation by one of the Gettysburg Tour Guides. Nice place, not too busy, and we found out why. Ordered the Chicken Parmesan, I thought Chicken Parm was supposed to be breaded chicken?...turned out to be a plain piece of chicken, soggy spaghetti, not great sauce and cheese on top. The person I was with ordered blackened chicken..the chicken was not blackened, the onions on top were not cooked, and the sauce was not good. On one good note, the wings were great and the bartender was very nice and attentive. Good place for wings and beer and bad place for a meal. Plus way too expensive for the quality of food, $16 plus for chicken parm and $16 plus for blackened chicken, total bills was over $60 (with wings and drinks, party of 2)
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