Dobbin House Tavern
Tonight for dinner your group is in for a real treat, a delicious meal at one of the absolute oldest establishments in all of Gettysburg, the Dobbin House Tavern. Established in 1776 by Reverand Alexander Dobbin, this 12-acre battlefield farmhouse/historic B&B/Alehouse and Restaurant is one of the most historically accurate spots in Gettysburg, the home 'beautifully and authentically restored' to look exactly as it did when first built. The house itself provides free tours and history lessons on Mr. Dobbin, his family, and his role in local society, and the various eateries provide a meal with tastes and ambiance straight from the 18th century.
For dinner, you have a couple of different choices. You can have a more casual dining experience at Springhouse Tavern, an 'alehouse set amidst three natural springs' that serves up fresh deli sandwiches for lunch and generous dinner platters for supper! For a more authentic, fine-dining experience then head to the Alexander Dobbin Dining Rooms, an eating experience set within 6 historic rooms (dining room, parlor, library, study, bedroom, spinning room, and the Abigal Adams Ballroom for larger groups). This is the eatery 'where candlelit elegance, superior food in abundance, and gracious service bring back the sights, sounds, and tastes of two centuries ago.' Try the Hunters Chicken, NY Colonial Strip Steak, Of Flesh and Fish platter, or potato of the day, it's all delicious!
Be sure to stop by the Curiosity Store on your way out!