The building was built in 1776 and is the oldest building in Gettysburg. It was on the underground railroad, and they have a small museum upstairs. There are actually two restaurants in this place - an informal tavern downstairs and a more formal dining room upstairs. The dining room is divided into many different rooms of the house - we ate in the library. All the servers are dressed in period clothing. The food was very good, but it is expensive - upstairs entrees start in the 20s. All entrees include salad, wonderful bread, and choice of baked/sweet potato. So this is a very nice place to celebrate significant events like birthdays, anniversaries, etc.
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