Food establishments are subject to change without notice.
PRICE: $64 Adult / $64 Child
DEPARTURE TIME: 10:45 a.m.
DURATION OF TOUR: 3 hours
WALKING DISTANCE: Easy walk under a mile
WALK LEVEL: Easy
DAYS TOURS ARE OFFERED: Friday, Saturday and Sunday
STARTING POINT: Meets on Chambersburg Street (exact location provided with tickets)
ENDING POINT: Baltimore Street
CAPACITY: A minimum of 2 people and a maximum of 12 people per tour
VEGETARIAN/GLUTEN FREE/LACTOSE OPTIONS: Yes
SEATING & WATER PROVIDED? Yes
PRIVATE GROUP TOURS AVAILABLE? Yes, with advance notice
ALLERGIES: Stated at time of reservation
Let us guide your taste buds through a savory historic journey around the town of Gettysburg. We'll take a trip back in time as we weave stories of the past together with the most delectable culinary delights that Gettysburg has to offer. Our tour pays a visit to seven very unique eateries, historic taverns, family owned bistros and a winery, to name a few. All food tastings are included in the ticket price and is enough food for lunch. Our Walking Tour is approximately 3 hours and covers just under 1 mile of non-continuous walking.
Tour Tasting locations are comprised of the most unique culinary establishments in our area.
Food 101: New American Cuisine at its finest. Rated #1 on Tripadvisor. Chef Corey Williams delights crowds with his eclectic menu.
Garryowen Irish Pub: Authentic Irish fare. Voted Second Best Irish Pub in the world outside of Ireland by Ireland of the Welcome's Magazine
One Lincoln: Chef Joseph Holmes describes his finely crafted One Lincoln fare as “casual comfort.” We call it simply extraordinary.
Hauser Estate Winery: Unique and distinctive local Adams County wines and ciders.
The Parrot: A casual, homey and relaxed eatery located on the site of one of the earliest houses in Gettysburg. The Parrot continues a tradition of hospitality, which began in 1850 with the Mrs. Schwartz's Oyster Parlor.
El Costeno: Authentic Mexican cuisine, specializing in carnitas, fajitas and burritos cooked using family recipes from Chef Arturo Guinto's home in Acapulco.