This unusual restaurant is located in the former Gettysburg Country Club, which has now been purchased by the National Park (thankfully, as this is where my relative actually formed his regiment into line of battle). Golf course is now abandoned, so there are few lights and signs as you drive up. Somewhat strange going through the rooms of the former clubhouse to the dining room, but don't despair!
The food is excellent, served as appetizers and small plates, but the servings are quite adequate. We had two groups from our family reunion here, and all raved about it. I had oysters and wagyu beef, wife had mac and cheese (with crab!) and duck, and both were done to perfection. Our waitress was fine. Good wine list. Not a cheap meal, but all agreed worth the price. A Gettysburg diamond in the "rough".