I like a good sandwich and Gettysburg Eddie's has really great sandwiches and fries for good prices.
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Awesome wings, great beer selection. The place is dedicated to Gettysburgs only Baseball Hall of Farmer, decorated well with pictures and memorabilia.
Although we didn't eat on this visit, we have had lunch at Gettysburg Eddie's in the past. The food was good and we had no complaints about the service. On this visit we stopped in for a night cap on our way back to our...More
The place looks a bit dismal when you get in. The strong smell of air freshener is something that covers the smell of the still-cooking-food. There are different chairs and bench. The benches are a bit uncomfortable. The booths are for fun size persons. The...More
Ate here after a long day on the road. Terry took good care of us. The food was awesome and the service was top notch. Our picky eater kid had a tough time choosing as the menu is huge. Try the waffle fries! Better than...More
The server was very pleasant and the hostess was even younger and just as pleasant. Lots of kids in this place, even in the bar area. Don't they wanna go out on the battlefield and explore? I had the hoagie and was it ever loaded...More
Great service and large servings. Burgers and salads for us left us pleasantly surprised with their freshness and quality
We went to Gettysburg Eddie’s with our boys after a long day at Gettysburg. The service was okay but slow. The food was okay but only warm. There literally wasn’t anything wrong with our meal, but nothing I would recommend either. If we were here...More
We went there after a long day at the Battlefield tour. We had excellent service, but they were not busy yet. I had the chicken parmesan, and my husband had the haddock. Very large portions. Only thing they did not have was sweet tea! Just...More
Food was great! Very fast with service and however the $2 upcharge for a salad that had literally half a slice of a cucumber and 1 cup of greens was not worth it. But the burgers were delish. The food was typical fanfare for a...More