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The Building That Hunt's Battlefield Fries And Cafe' Is In, Is An Old House That Familys Once Lived In. The House At 61 Steinwehr Ave Was Not Here Yet During The Civil War Battle Of Gettysburg, But Was Build About 1900, Yes It Is Small Inside, But We Make Great Use Of The Space. We are CLOSED FOR THE SEASON FROM THANKSGIVING, DECEMBER, JANUARY AND FEBRUARY, REOPENING IN March.
All reviews cheesesteak fries cheese steak sandwich sandwiches chilli wings ice cream medium order fresh squeezed lemonade limited seating hole in the wall malt vinegar fresh cut pretzel roll tiny place quick bite the food is great
Hunt's isn't a fancy place, but it has good sandwiches and pub food. Also, it has normal prices, which is a nice change. Many places in touristy locations will jack the prices up to unreasonable amounts, but Hunt's hasn't done that. Mind you, they close...More
We were very excited to try out the lunch here, as it has such great reviews. We sat outside, as all the inside tables were full. We ordered. And then waited over an hour to receive our food. And hour! We ordered a cheesesteak, burger...More
If you love french fries, burgers, and cheese steaks this is a must stop in Gettysburg. My husband loved his cheese steak and he can be picky. The fries are amazing but you get a lot! We got a med. To share and should have...More
Old bay Fries and Chicken Cheesesteak were excellent.
Lots of military merchandise to peruse while you dine.
Service was friendly and polite. Cook when out of his way to ensure we liked our meal.
Highly recommend, but seating is limited.
This small, mom and pop shop is one of the hidden jewels of Gettysburg. They're known for their cheesesteak sandwiches and fries (not to mention their dogs and ice cream also available). The walls are covered with signed country singers pics, a wide variety of...More