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Perth
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Places to eat Breakfast?

Hello everyone,

I'm coming out to Gettysburg later this year and although the Best Western has Centuries on the Square, I'd like to find out some other places I can have breakfast at while staying in Gettysburg. I'll be going to the Lincoln Diner I'm sure, but does anyone have some good (preferably cheap w/ vegeterian options) suggestions?

Thanks.

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1. Re: Places to eat Breakfast?

The Ragged Edge coffeehouse has a lot of sandwiches, etc. Plus great tea and coffee. It is one long block from the Best Western.

Perkins is a chain restaurant but with huge breakfasts, reasonably priced.

The Gettysburg Family Restaurant is a good option, similar in all respects to Lincoln Diner. Both it and Perkins are on Rt 30 east (York St) not within walking distance from Best Western.

All will have something vegetarian but probably not a huge variety.

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2. Re: Places to eat Breakfast?

Don't go to the Lincoln Diner unless you're a masochist. (See my separate posting "Lincoln Diner: Worst service in Gettysburg"). The service sucks.

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3. Re: Places to eat Breakfast?

There's a French bistro on the corner of Baltimore St. and Middle St., a little more than a block from the Best Western. Their menu has crepes and such at breakfast time. I haven't been, but it looks okay...I agree that the Ragged Edge might be your best bet.

And, if you want really cheap, the doughnuts at Kennie's are good!

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4. Re: Places to eat Breakfast?

Thanks for all your input so far - I've crossed off the Lincoln Diner off my list and we'll definitely go to the Ragged Edge Coffee House.

Do you remember what the French bistro was called?

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5. Re: Places to eat Breakfast?

The French bistro is Cafe St. Amand:

http://www.cafesaintamand.com/

It is not expensive, and it is pretty good.

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6. Re: Places to eat Breakfast?

I believe it's called Season's Bakery. There is also the Avenue Restaurant on Steinwehr Ave. The breakfasts there are great!

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7. Re: Places to eat Breakfast?

Sorry,

Seasons is on Chambersburg St, right near the Ragged Edge.

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8. Re: Places to eat Breakfast?

Seasons has great pastries! Don't eat at Dino's either. We waited almost an hour and we never got our food! (I posted this last year)

There is a Friendly's on Steinwehr that has good service too!

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9. Re: Places to eat Breakfast?

If you are in the mood for a short beautiful drive go to the Apple Bin in Biglerville for breakfast. You will send me a thank you note. You will be maybe 9 min out of town.

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10. Re: Places to eat Breakfast?

Has anyone dined at Centuries on the Square? I'm going to have to narrow my breakfasts down as I'll only have 3 opportunities for breakfast.

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