When we arrived in Gettysburg PA to visit Civil War Battlefields, Museums and Cemetery's etc. we arrived early in the day. After checking in to the Comfort Suites on Baltimore St. we asked our check in clerk Micelle to recommend a great place for lunch, and after the long drive we also requested it be somewhere that we (as seniors) could walk to if possible. Micelle was quick to tell us that all the restaurants in the Gettysburg area wonderful but if we like a great burger than there was only one place to go... the Blue and Gray Bar & Grill. Please note that the restaurant on this site gave the address of 28 Lincoln Square and our bill and instructions by Micelle to find the restaurant both stated 2 Baltimore Street (same street the hotel is on). We were told that we would have to walk about 30 minutes at a normal pace... straight down Baltimore until we reach the "roundabout", that the Blue and Gray would be on the right a the beginning of the roundabout. The roundabout is Lincoln Square so the instructions were easy and correct. The restaurant is located where Balitmore meets Lincoln Square (the roundabout) and it was a lovely place... we loved it from the moment we entered. The place and clean, warm and bright and the staff are excellent, friendly and very helpful. They have a great big bar in the middle of the place for the sports minded to enjoy and booths and tables around the perimeter of it. There are numerous pictures around depicting the Civil War battles. Our waitress Cassondra was a wonderful young women, with a friendly smile and warm welcome, she inquired about where we were from and asked if we were enjoying ourselves in Gettyburg then she took our drink orders. After looking at the menu that had many varied items all with civil war themes we decided on each a burger ... mine being from the Blue side and my husbands being from the Gray side, each named after a famous general of that era. When the burgers came they were big and instead of a large toothpick holding it together there was a flag from the civil war, that made us smile. The burgers did not disappoint they were amazing, cook perfectly and very filling and the prices here are very reasonable. If you visit Gettyburg coming to the Blue & Gray should be on the top of the list for a great lunch or supper you will not be disappointed. And all the staff is great but we will remember Cassondra, and we hope Cassondra your Mom had a wonderful birthday and enjoyed you waiting on her for her special day.
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