Gettysburg Shopping: A Town of Taverns

One of the best places to visit in Pennsylvania is Gettysburg. Things to do in this historic town are so abundant that you may take more than a few days to try them all. You can visit Civil War historic sites and museums, join ghost tours and go biking or horseback riding. After you spend the whole day exploring places, you may want to find a tavern to relax and have some great food and a few drinks. BB Online recommends these taverns in Gettysburg.

Garry Owen Irish Pub
126 Chambersburg Street
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325
(717) 337-2719
www.garryowenirishpub.com/

This pub is owned by a group of Irish people, and its d├ęcor is very similar to some of the pubs that are found in Ireland. It closes later than most bars and pubs in the town, and it is a great place for those who wish to party till the late hours of the night. One of the main attractions of the pub is its live music, which usually features Ben Wenk and other local musicians. Garry Owen Irish Pub serves a wide selection of beers, stouts and liquor, including a variety of Guinness, Yuengling Lager, Magner's cider and some special whiskeys. You can also try some Irish food in the pub, including salads, burgers, fish and chips, and others. The staff does a great job ensuring that everybody has a great time at the pub. The Garry Owen Irish Pub is located close to the Gettysburg Plaza, so you should have no trouble finding your way there from your Gettysburg Bed and Breakfast.

The Pub
20 Lincoln Square #22
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325
(717) 334-7100
www.the-pub.com

During night time, you will find that there are many places to go in Gettysburg. Things to do at night include dining, clubbing, going to the theaters and simply having some drinks with friends. The Pub is one of the most popular pubs in town. It is richly decorated with murals and other fine decorative pieces to provide an elegant and lively environment for dining and socializing. This place is divided into two sections, which are the dining room and the pub, and it serves wide selections of delectable food as well as beers, stouts, cocktails and other alcoholic beverages. The drinks are very reasonably priced, and the service is very efficient. If you are planning to have dinner at The Pub on a weekend, it is advisable that you call the place to make reservations before you leave your Gettysburg Inn.

Dobbin House Tavern
89 Steinwehr Avenue
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325
(717) 334-2100
www.dobbinhouse.com/

The Dobbin House is a historically significant building that dates back to 1776. Today, it serves as a tavern and a bed and breakfast to provide the best food and accommodation for tourists in Gettysburg. Things to do in this charming place include eating and drinking at the tavern, enjoying fine dining in a colonial-style dining room and visiting a curiosity store that offers very interesting country-themed items. The tavern features two fireplaces and a few natural springs, which provide a cozy and romantic ambience, and it serves delicious salads, soups, sandwiches, dinner platters and a great selection of spirits.