Sleep Inn & Suites
501 Silo Hill Pkwy.
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
Phone: (301) 447-0044
Fax: (301) 447-3144
Prior to becoming the Carriage House Inn, this historic building, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was the Zimmerman and Maxwell Warehouse, a broom factory, bus depot, and a restaurant named the White House. Their menu features classic Mid-Maryland cuisine, with a mix of traditional and new American fare. Catering is available.
The GingerBread Man is a local favorite for casual dining and drinks. Menu selections include Black Angus burgers, charbroiled chicken breast sandwiches, Mexican specialties, pasta, seafood, hot crab dip, filet mignon, salads, soups, and buffalo wings.
A lunch buffet is available Monday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. with a dinner buffet featured from 4:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday and on Sundays from 11:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. Buffets include a soup and salad bar, hot buffet, and a dessert table.
Enjoy farm-style dining in a unique Pennsylvania Barn filled with fine antiques at Hickory Bridge Farm. All selections are prepared from scratch.
The Dobbin House Tavern is located in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. It was built and established in 1776, making it one of the oldest structures in town. It was originally built for Reverend Alexander Dobbin and his family. Later the building got used for different purposes, and during and after the Battle of Gettysburg, it served as a temporary field hospital. It functions as a popular tavern and restaurant. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in March 26, 1973.
While strolling on the Steinwehr Avenue, the adorable and colorful exterior of Sunset Icecream Parlor makes it hard to miss. Inside, this parlor is as surprising as its outdoor with ample of creamy flavors waiting to delight you. The place is quite small but the limited size is only a significant element of its character. The staff behind the display of eclectic ice cream flavors is highly amicable and they do no hesitate in recommending flavors to patrons. At Sunset Ice cream Parlor, the scoops are generous and the taste is unforgettable. Peanut Butter Explosion and the Yankee Hurrah are pleasant surprises for the palate. Milkshakes and iced coffee are offered here too.
Established in 1958, the Avenue Restaurant offers fresh home-style cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Menu selections include battered deep fried dill pickles, pastries, muffins, soups, center cut pork chops, stuffed chicken breast, sandwiches, burgers, melts, wraps, salads, omelets, pancakes, spaghetti, rib-eye steak, crab cakes, and vegetable lasagna.
A casual fine dining restaurant in Gettysburg.
The locally owned and operated Dunlap's Restaurant is a casual family-friendly dining establishment in historic Gettysburg. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, menu items include hot cakes, sandwiches, waffles, muffins, burgers, wraps, filet mignon, center cut pork chops, country fried steak, snow crab legs, roast beef, broiled salmon, pasta, and breaded clams.
Located next to the James Gettys Hotel, on the site of one of the earliest houses in Gettysburg; the Blue Parrot Bistro continues the tradition that began with Mrs. Schwartz's Oyster Parlor in 1850. Eclectic furnishings and an ever-changing selection of artwork by local artists complete this dining establishment. Dinner menu items include baked brie, crab bisque, smoked salmon, steamed clams, sandwiches, burgers, filet mignon, pasta, and saut
Lincoln Diner features homemade soups, seafood, steaks, deluxe burgers, a wide variety of sweets in their bakery, including delicious cheesecakes and Greek pastries; and more.
This family restaurant serves the best in American dishes. A buffet, bakery that produces fresh baked goods and special menus for children and seniors are available.