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Pre-COVID Flashback: Where we ate:

Gettysburg, Harper's Ferry, Rockville (Partial List)

I didn't do the best job of taking notes or pics of food on our trip, but here are the notes I did take. All of these places are currently open at the time of publication.

Food 101: we went here because of the good reviews, and we were not disappointed. The menu primarily consists of sandwiches, salads, and flatbread pizzas. DH and DD1 enjoyed burgers, DD2 had chicken fingers, and I ordered a Cuban sandwich. Everything was good, especially the Parmesan truffle fries we had on the side. Kid menu available.

Harper’s Ferry:
White Horse Tavern: This place also had good reviews, but after a long day, we were just happy that it was at our hotel. It’s typical pub fare with lots of crab items. We liked our food: wings, salad with a crab cake, burger, and chicken fingers. Kid menu available.

Taco Bar: Don't come here for the atmosphere: this is basically a place in a gas station where you order at the counter. Seating is limited. But the tacos were great!

Mama Lucia: Most of us (guess who had chicken tenders?) had pasta here, but there are also pizzas and other Italian dishes. The portions are quite generous—think Olive Garden—and come with a salad for the grown-ups; if you won’t have the opportunity to enjoy the leftovers, you might want to share an entrée. Everyone enjoyed their food, and most of us liked the spicy tomato bread that was brought to the table. I'm not sure if they had a written kids menu, but there were some options for kids.

Posted by amikulski 01:42 Tagged children food

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