Was a quaint pub/restaurant with a lot of history. Each room represents a part of Ireland. The food was great!
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We had a great Saturday afternoon dinner here.The service was the greatest with very friendly people. The food was very good and what can you say about a place that had my favorite single malt scotch.
The Pub was very crowded when we were there. To eat in the dining room would have been over an hour wait. We could eat in the bar area at a table with no wait. We loved the atmosphere. Our server was very good. I...More
The bar was friendly, the drinks were well tendered, and the food was on point. The atmosphere was amazing as well adn the wait staff was very friendly. If you are on a time crunch then best to call ahead and get a res, otherwise...More
Stopped in for a quick lunch after our battlefield tour. The Pub feels very historic and authentic. The spicy lobster soup was delicious, but the Irish nachos not so much though people at another table were raving about them. Different tastes I guess.
On a recent visit to Gettysburg our family visited the Garryowen on the recommendation of many locals. The bar menu is extensive and for a whiskey lover (like my husband) it is definitely worth the visit. They also have a decent wine list, cocktail menu...More
Had dinner here. Food was good. Server Derrick was very pleasant. Limited menu but it is an Irish pub. They boast 95 types of Irish whiskey.
Not a bad bar. The beer is quite cheap, and the bar staff are nice. It was pretty empty when I was there and they were playing bad punk music. It has an Irish name, but is not really an Irish bar.
We always stop in if we're anywhere near Gettysburg. Never disappoints. We usually start with the crab & red pepper bisque whether it's lunch or dinner. Excellent burgers, sandwiches & dinner entrées. Our friends raved over the fish & chips. They usually have live Irish...More