Celebrate Gettysburg July/August 2012 : Page 40

SECOND PLACE Dunlap’s Restaurant & Bakery 90 Buford Ave., Gettysburg 717-334-4816 www.dunlapsrestaurant.com FESTIVAL/SPECIAL EVENT Gettysburg Festival 113 Carlisle St., Gettysburg 717-334-0853 www.gettysburgfestival.org SECOND PLACE National Apple Harvest Festival P.O. Box 38, Biglerville 717-677-9413 www.appleharvest.com ASIAN RESTAURANT Ping’s Café 34 Baltimore St., Gettysburg 717-334-2234 SECOND PLACE Gettysburg Festival Li’s Buffet 165 York St., Gettysburg 717-334-5183 ITALIAN RESTAURANT La Bella Italia 402 York St., Gettysburg 717-334-1978 SECOND PLACE The Gettysburg Festival debuted in the summer of 2008. Since then, the festival has grown dramatically, and in 2011, more than 30,000 fans attended the 10-day event, which included the headliner, Straight No Chaser. The 2012 Gettysburg Festival, June 8-17, featured annual events such as the All-American Brass Picnic, History Meets the Arts, Children’s Arts Faire, and Blues, Beer & BBQ as well as exciting new shows, artists and performers. Fun Fact: In 2011, the festival had guests from 37 different states and four countries! Mamma Ventura Restaurant & Pizzeria 13 Chambersburg St., Gettysburg 717-334-5548 www.mammaventuras.com MEXICAN RESTAURANT Montezuma Mexican Restaurant 225 Buford Ave., Gettysburg 717-334-7750 www.montezumamex.com SECOND PLACE El Costeño 39 York St., Gettysburg 717-339-0029 RESTAURANT Dobbin House 89 Steinwehr Ave., Gettysburg 717-334-2100 www.dobbinhouse.com SECOND PLACE Dobbin House Garryowen Irish Pub 126 Chambersburg St., Gettysburg 717-337-2719 www.garryowenirishpub.net In 1776, Irish immigrant Rev. Alexander Dobbin built a large farmhouse on 300 acres in what is now downtown Gettysburg. The structure stood through the Battle of Gettysburg, and it served as a hospital for injured Confederate and Union soldiers. The Dobbin House offers casual dining in the Springhouse Tavern, fine dining in the Alexander Dobbin dining rooms and hosts large gatherings in the Abigail Adams Ballroom. A bed and breakfast with five 19th century rooms, a Country Curiosity Store and new outdoor courtyard dining area are located on site. Fun Fact: After the death of Dobbin’s first wife, he married a widow with nine children of her own! 40

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