We were delighted to stumble upon this restaurant while walking around Gettysburg. The quaint shady patio is just what we were looking for. The wait staff was dressed in period costume, which added to the charm. Unfortunately, I found those things to be the best aspects of this restaurant. Our waitress was not rude but was not friendly either. We asked questions about the menu and she offered little response and no personality. I would say the food was acceptable, but not very good. My salad was like an ordinary side salad you would get at a pizza place. Mashed potatoes did not taste homemade...(though we had asked if they were before ordering and were told that they were). Gravy was pretty good. Bread didn't seem all that fresh. Turkey and roast beef were okay but just tasted like average lunch meat. They do seem to have a fly problem outside and could maybe use a few fly deterrents hanging around the patio.
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