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This restaurant is incredible!
Not only is it BYOB with a winery directly across the street but the staff is perfectly trained and the menu is always fresh and different each season.
I've had tuna, salmon, burgers, pizza, and incredible steak and veggies there.
I had a quick lunch here on a visit to the nearby Gettysburg College and was highly impressed. The service was very peresonabe and efficient, and the toasted sandwich that I had (ham and cheese melt special) was delicious. Especially noteworthy was that the small...More
We came here for lunch on our way home from Gettysburg. The service was very good...she was quick, attentive, and kind. We couldn’t have asked for better service. On top of that, our food was delicious. We had the Brussels sprouts as an appetizer. I...More
Came here because of the reviews on trip advisor and it was a very nice treat! Small and could accommodate about 30 people but very much worth the 20 minute wait! Retro setting, big windows and very friendly staff! Artisan pizza and gourmet burgers were...More
Wonderful food in casual environment. It is is more lunchonette style decor than fine dining but the quality of the food it outstanding. Ham & bean doup, salad, Salmon entree and chicken entree all were scrumptious. We also tried the truffle fries, addictive. I've had...More
The clerk at or our hotel recommended this restaurant and we were pleased with it. It's BYOB, casual dining. We didn't know it was BYOB, so our server directed us to a tasting room for a local winery that was right across the street. The...More
Was in the area and wanted to try something new. Found FOOD 101 on Trip Advisor and decided to give it a try for lunch. Very glad that we did. I had the mixed green salad with grilled salmon with house vinagrette and it was...More
Decided to try an entree selection.
The rack of lamb was dry and was only served with cut up potatoes that were quite greasy and resembled breakfast potatoes. Any vegetable,salad,or bread were ala cart. The brussel sprouts were undercooked, that is mostly raw. They also...More