Sidney at Willoughby Run
730 Chambersburg Rd.
Gettysburg, PA 17325Neighborhood:
Contemporary AmericanPrice: $31 to $50
Sidney at Willoughby Run
- Dining Style: Fine Dining
- Website: http://www.sidneywilloughbyrun.com/
- Phone: 7173343774x
- Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday - Saturday 11:30am - 2:30pm
Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
- Payment Options: Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Contemporary American
- Executive Chef: Neil Annis
- Dress Code: Business Casual
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Smoking Area, Smoking Area (patio only), View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
- Private Party Facilities: We have private rooms capacities ranging from 20 people to 200 people.
Excellent views of Gettysburg National Park.
Outdoor events poolside available.
- Private Party Contact: Ruth Eberly 7173343774x
A word from Sidney at Willoughby Run
Chef Annis brings his culinary skill to an ever-changing menu with a focus on fresh, local products. Only two miles west of the square along route 30, Sidney Willoughby Run serves elegant fare with an expansive view and outdoor seating directly on the grounds of the first day of the Battle of Gettysburg. An elegant ballroom awaits your next function with on- staff event planners catering to your every need.Continued
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Sidney at Willoughby Run reviews from OpenTable diners
93 reviews since May 21, 2014
- Ambiance4.1Noise LevelQuiet
fit for foodies (69)great for outdoor dining (65)scenic view (64)special occasion (60)romantic (42)neighborhood gem (26)great for lunch (17)good for groups (14)notable wine list (12)great for brunch (7)hot spot (6)kid-friendly (3)Show More
- My Mother's Day GiftgbgrealtorDined on 5/14/2013from my husband was a special evening spent @ Sidneys @ Willoughby Run. The service was delightful, the food was flavorful and we will be going back for father's Day!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Wonderful food at Willoughby!OpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 5/11/2013What I like the best - delicious and creative new plates to share! Try stinging nettle soup with fresh, local morels or Tempura of Nori-Wrapped Yellowfin Tuna! Awesome! I'll be going back soon!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Wonderful service and a interestingrecentDined on 5/11/2013Wonderful service and a interesting menu. Food presentation was fantastic. Great blend of flavors and vey good tastes. Would highly recommend.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Very Special and ResonableOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 5/11/2013We dined at Sidney Willoughby Run for Mothers Day on Saturday night. We had not been there before and selected it for the chef and newness. We were seated outdoors, our request. We overlooked what looked like a golf course but instead was beautifully maintained land. The landscaping around the outside seating area was perfect. There was a built in fireplace so we will surely come back in cooler weather. The food was as we expected, over the top delicious. We shared the white pizza before our main course. Everything is 'small plates', so there were 4 perfect sized slices. We then made 2 selections each for our main course. Just fantastic. There was so many items to choose from! With 4 drinks the total came to $96! Very reasonable.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Nice surpriseBittersweetGSPDined on 5/10/2013We were a group of 8 who booked the night before. Wonderful view. It was too cool to sit outside but would be terrific in the summer. Pleasant wine list with small and larger pours, great idea. Food was fresh, inventive without being precious. Service was good and appropriate for the setting. The inn itself is a little "clinical" and could use a little more elegance to go with the food. We could hear each other speak which is rare these days. I would say this is a find for those who like something different than the civil war type places there.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Second VisitnbfmVIPDined on 5/9/2013We visited Sidney in January upon returning our daughter to Gettysburg. The food is very creative and the staff very gracious and accommodating. We went back this past week, some really nice staples remained - burrata and mango salad and the tzatziki, hummus and olives. The tenderloin and short ribs were just wonderful. The weather contributed to lovely outdoor dining and the cover of the porch made for a delightful evening. Sidney is a unique place for very good food at prices that make it less a "regular" haunt, more for special occasions, but the calibre and freshness of the food and the welcome options for dining - outdoors, inside tables or at the bar, make the meal very worthwhile.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great food in GettysburgOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 5/8/2013We really enjoyed our dinner at Sidney. Though small plates, a soup or salad and main are a nice-sized meal if you never learned about sharing. Fantastic food and beautiful enough presentations that I texted pictures to a food-blogging friend. If you're there in the spring, make sure to get the stinging nettle soup with crispy sweetbreads and wild mushrooms. And don't miss the dark chocolate tart with coconut gelato. Anyone who likes interesting preparations of very fresh ingredients should definitely put this on the Gettysburg to-do list.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- A new cousin of an old reliableBearoneDined on 5/7/2013Tapas size portions came with novel veggies in sauces both unexpected and tasty. An amuse bouche of light asparagus woke up the taste buds and made you hungry for more. Duck pate divine, duck breast sliced thin received raves from four sharers in our table. White pizza OK, but not exciting. Tempura excellent. Service attentive, thoroughly knowledgeable about the food and wines. Setting is formerly Gettysburg Golf Clubhouse, in the tavern room. No frills or theatrics, just excellent food.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent dining experienceJerseyKatDined on 5/4/2013We thought we were lost: building is set back from road and looked too quiet for a restaurant. But wow! We knew we were in for a treat when the "amuse bouche" of asparagus puree and truffle oil showed up in small glasses. We split the Mediterranean plate (pita, hummus, olives, tzaziki), followed by the whitefish on onion tarte and the short rib - both delicious. And neither too big nor too small. Lovely light dessert of meringue with dark chocolate. Wine list of small but very decent selection of reds & whites - fair prices - and a pleasant surprise that both 4 oz and 7 oz wines by the glass offered (good for the designated driver). Service was pleasant and knowledgeable. The ambiance? There wasn't any, but that's OK; we didn't miss it.Special Features:
- It's all good @ Sidney's in G'burgOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 4/24/2013Wonderful evening. Small plates really not that small. Staff was wonderful and well trained. Food was outstanding.Special Features:
- As usual, it was wonderful.OpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 4/19/2013As usual, it was wonderful. Our Daughter and Son and spouses were imporesses. Hoping for Lunches to start soon. As ever, Con and Janet KnorrSpecial Features:
- Very innovative food! SmallBud1VIPDined on 4/16/2013Very innovative food! Small plates are very large!Special Features:
- Chef Neil Annis is an absoluteOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 3/31/2013Chef Neil Annis is an absolute wonder. His expertise at blending food, creative seasoning, and spectacular presentation are unsurpassed. Restaurant Sidney at Wilougby Run is definitely to visit if you want to experience fine dining at its best.Special Features:
- AMAZING food !!!OpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 3/23/2013The food - absolutely every dish our group of 4 ordered - was FANTASTIC !! Delicious, unique, beautifully presented. I couldn't find a single thing that wasn't absolutely perfect. The ONLY dish I (personally) didn't like was the brussel sprouts, but that's because, try as I might, I just don't like them (but everyone else did!). The chef sent out 'extra' desserts (3 of the 4 of us had ordered dessert) of lavender & buttercream cookies and something very chocolately that I was absolutely too stuffed to try -- again, delicious! The wine list is not extensive, but it has obviously been carefully chosen. My only suggestion is that add'l work needs to be done to improve the ambience; large rooms w/high ceilings feel too 'banquet hall-ish'.Special Features:
- WE haven't been able to stopOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 3/22/2013WE haven't been able to stop talking about your wonderful food and beautiful restaurant. We plan to send and bring many of our friends and family whenever possible. Any one who wishes to have an unforgettable dining experience must come to Sidney at Willoughby Run. Our dinner was marvelous. The Escargot, the Lobster, the Scallops and everything to perfection. As too, the dessert. Each new visit we plan to try new dishes which will undoubtedly be just as delightful as those we had this past Friday. The best of luck to Chef Neil and his crew. Thank you so much for one the nicest dinner experiences we've had for years. Bravo! With much love and good wishes, Con and Janet KnorrSpecial Features:
- NY quality in the country!MomunchiesDined on 3/20/2013A gem in the midst of tourist oriented Gettysburg. Imaginative dishes, unusual preps, and perfectly size portions. Perfect choice for a discriminating traveler looking for something different than average boring fare. Well priced for the quality of the dishes and service.Special Features:
- Wonderful find in Gettysburg.MaryVIPDined on 3/20/2013Wonderful find in Gettysburg. I like the small plates, which allow everybody at the table to share a variety of foods. Service was outstanding.Special Features:
- Amazing and creative mealOpenTable Diner Since 2006VIPDined on 3/14/2013The food and service were outstanding. It was a quiet night, but I think the service would still have been great. And the food was amazing -- from a polenta amuse bouche to some complimentary truffles after dinner. We shared the hummus/tzatziki starter, a great beet salad, and one of us had butternut squash ravioli and the other a great chicken dish. It was pricey but worth every penny. Go try Sideny at Willoughby Run!Special Features:
- Anniversary OutingOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 3/8/2013My wife and I visited both Sidney restaurants for our 25th anniversary weekend get-away. We really enjoyed the Willoughby Run experience. The small plates were very good. Menu selection was very good, but could use a few more options. It's not cheap, but it was very good.Special Features:
- This is clearly one of ourOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 3/5/2013This is clearly one of our favorite area restaurants for finer food. The atmosphere is relaxed and the staff very professional. Our food is consistently very creatively and artfully prepared. A southcentral PA gem.Special Features:
- Healthy Eating with AmbianceOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 2/22/2013Our waiter, Tim, was excellent. He attentively served the entire room, never used a notepad to keep track of orders, and has a positive energy about him. The selections on the menu lends itself to a wide variety of pallets. Nothing was overpowering in both taste and smell. Smaller, healthier sized portions are perfect. Noticed there were no condiments on the tables (salt, pepper, sugar) and congratulate the chef for confidently preparing dishes that needed no other seasoning.Special Features:
- Fabulous Small Plates!OpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 2/16/2013Loved this place! I love the concept of small plates/tapas and trying a variety of new things! My only suggestion would be to serve bread or rolls. If you are looking for large portions and a lot of food then this is not for you. Would defeat the whole purpose of the restaurant. Everything is fresh and well prepared. True gourmet. Great wine list and drink menu. Gettysburg needed a place like this. Let's just hope everyone "gets" the concept. I work in Manhattan-so I am very familiar with tapas/small plate concept.Special Features:
- Finest Dining in GettysburgOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 2/16/2013Outstanding preparation of our meal from start to finish from a CIA trained chef. My wife's minestrone soup was the best she has ever tasted and my lobster tail with licorice, garlic cream and uni (sea urchin) was as good as the best restaurants in Paris in which I have dined. Finally, the homemade sorbets, ice creams, and granites for dessert were superb! All in all a wonderful dining experience!Special Features:
- Epicurian DelightOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 2/14/2013Truly a unique dining experience. The various small plate offerings gives one the chance to experience a variety of taste sensations. The presentation was especially pleasant and appealing. The open kitchen concept allowed us to watch the prep staff and chief to their thing!Special Features:
- What a wonderful find. ThisOpenTable Diner Since 2010VIPDined on 2/13/2013What a wonderful find. This is a true dining gem. Our service was excellent. Every dish we had was amazingSpecial Features:
- AWESOMEHanoverdinerDined on 2/9/2013If you are a foodie, this is THE place! The menu was exciting, the waitstaff was friendly, and knowledgable. I really can't wait to go back!! My best piece of advice, enjoy your dinner, but you MUST save room for dessert!Special Features:
- Best restaurant in GettysburgOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 1/26/2013This was our second time eating at Sidney, and both times were perfect. We came just before Christmas for the first time, and brought friends back with us this time. The menu changed slightly. I tend to be a creature of habit, and was looking forward to having the exact same thing I enjoyed before: Parsnip soup and the NY strip. The soup was the same, but the NY strip changed. It came with a braised short rib and different sauce this time. The steak was still delicious. The new sauce was great. The short rib was disappointing. Still, everything else was perfect! We love this restaurant, and will certainly be back regularlySpecial Features:
- Decent food well presented.FatRat250VIPDined on 1/22/2013The presentation of the food was very good although the food itself was okay not great. The waitress mentioned that it was tapas although the portions are slightly larger than traditional tapas. The escargot was excellent. The duck was okay but overdone and a bit dry. The lobster salad was good as was the pasta. The scallops, of which there were only two, were not that great. There is not much to choose from in this area - With that in mind it's probably one of the better joints.
- Excellent food and service.OpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 1/18/2013Excellent food and service. Love the contemporary and small dish menu that allows you to try more, which youll certainly want to.Special Features:
- Thanks to Open Table, wherenbfmVIPDined on 1/17/2013Thanks to Open Table, where I looked to see whether anything new had opened in Gettysburg in the last 8 months, we landed on this gem. Food was wonderful, small plates and nice variety of local foods. Space is simple and sophisticated near the bar, with a large function room at the back and outdoor dining. Our waiter was very thoughtful, answering questions and talking about the restaurant. This is the second restaurant to open under the same umbrella, the other being 15 minutes out of Gettysburg. The ratings on YELP and UrbanSpoon were really accurate in describing this place. It has a good, unique place in the food offerings in Gettysburg, good price point, high standard of cooking and creativity. We will certainly come back.Special Features:
- You all need to try out Sidney'sChefmmDined on 1/5/2013Our second meal of what will be a regular visiting spot. Chef Neil's combinations are not only visually beautiful but stunning in flavor. Some often hard to find ingredients appear regularly and are fun to try for the first time or for the first time in a long time. Don't be afraid to take a leap of faith and try some of them.Special Features:
- The atmosphere was very niceOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 12/31/2012The atmosphere was very nice and quiet. When you first walk in there is a fireplace and chairs to sit and wait for your table. We walked through the bar and it was very nice. Then you have to walk through the banquet room to get to the restaurant part. The restaurant is very warm and comfortable with a fireplace. Its a bit rustic in ambiance.Special Features:
- Do not miss this food! Go! Go! Go!OpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 12/31/2012Everything about the food is exceptional. Truly exceptional. We are patiently awaiting a cappuccino/espresso machine. The setting has so much potential and the summer outdoor dining is lovely, with a bucolic view of gently sloping grass and trees. We would love to see the interior ambiance evolve to match the wonderful plates-the rooms feel a little sparse and remote. There is a large banquet room that would do quite nicely for a wedding. The staff are very much on their toes. Knowledgeable and nice. You come away with the feeling that you have had the very best meal you could have anywhere. And I always learn something new about food and/or drink when I go.Special Features:
- The food was excellent; itveraDined on 12/28/2012The food was excellent; it is the best in Central Pennsylvania. I would give the food a Zagat 28. However, it is expensive for this region, $110 including tax and tip for four small plates and two glasses of wine. Because of costs, I worry that the restaurant will not last.Special Features:
- The ambiance was great. TheOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 12/28/2012The ambiance was great. The plates were plentiful enough for me and my husband. I didn't think any were too small. The Brussels sprouts were stellar and the foie gras melts in your mouth. There was a lot of fish so unfortunately for me the menu was limited. There was an amuse bouche in the beginning of the meal that was real good.Special Features:
- Most amazing combinationsOpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 12/27/2012Most amazing combinations of flavors in food! Every item we ordered was outstandingly delicious...we are still thinking about the parsnip soup with Tahitian vanilla. Wait staff was impressively knowledgable & incredibly attentive.Special Features:
- Wonderful resturant. GreatOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 12/22/2012Wonderful resturant. Great idea of small portions . Great fun. The quince dessert is the best dessert I have ever had . Do you ever give out recipes ? Would love one for brussel sprouts and guince dessert. Probably dessert is too comlicated and can never find quince . Thank you so much. Would recommend your place anytime. Josie ScullySpecial Features:
- outstanding evening,the foodOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 12/15/2012outstanding evening,the food and service was wonderful!!!Special Features:
- The small plates encourageOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 12/14/2012The small plates encourage you to try a couple things and that is good because the food is a little unusual and wonderful. The flavors and combinations are very enjoyable. My escargot was extraordinary. The beer selection is among the best with Chimay white on tap along with other notable beers and some local specialties.Special Features:
- The four of us enjoyed a deliciousOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 12/8/2012The four of us enjoyed a delicious meal of "small plates" on Saturday night at Sidney's at Willoughby Run. Couple #2 had trouble finding the restaurant because there is no lighted sign. They found us and we should note that the handicapped section is at the bottom of a slight hill. The food is well-prepared, innovative and yummy! I had the pizza as a sort of appetizer; there was enough to share. My companion had the oysters; he liked them. Couple # 2 shared a cheese plate. I had the bacalau, a salt-cod deliciously prepared. The others had squash-filled ravioli, steak, and scallops. The desserts were divine. The service was well-informed.Special Features: