Very nice atmosphere! The service was a little slow and the deserts were not great, but the main dishes were delicious and the soup was fantastic. There was an event during the time which may have caused some delay. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Plan 2 hours.
Wonderful staff..outstanding chef..Had a special table...10 plus restaurant
Great time, amazing food, and great service! The Brie served with crostini was my favorite part, but everything from start to finish was amazing. The Wine, I got a Bordeaux from France was rich and smooth and an affordable price for a fine dining restaurant. We will definetly be visiting again!
Very nice place. Staff was very friendly. I had yelped the restaurant and all the positive ratings were spot on. Would recommend the place without hesitation. Next time in the area i would like to try their bar called the livery.
Lovely historic property, beautiful dining rooms. Very generous portion sizes for the 4 course dinner. The wine pairings were well thought out and the sommelier is more than happy to discuss the selections and wine in general if you have an interest. Crab cakes were held together with minimal binder and served over a delicate but flavorful red pepper coulis. But the star of the evening was the corn crab chowder. A thin slice of Gouda was dropped on the top of the hot soup so that it melted sweetly into the soup. The soup alone is reason to return.
Overall the experience was lovely. Our server was delightful. The food, once it came, was very good. Our reservations were for 6:00 and we didn’t really start eating until well after 7. That seemed like a very long time. My sons noticed a book about Joe Paterno in the lobby which seems out of place considering his history. Other than that, it was a very good evening
Great restaurant ! Food was excellent and served by a efficient and friendly staff. Will definitely visit again !
Great food-great atmosphere - great service
Delicious, best food in the area.
This is a classic, almost throwback historic fine dining restaurant with mature, excellent wait staff, an extensive wine list, some creative cuisine, and room to move around or relax. The house is nicely done to mix comfy renovation with the feel of historic Gettysburg. While my wife could have stood a few more beets in her special salad, the food was quite good and I was offered free dessert when the inn was out of one meal ingredient. The English-bred hostess was a warm conversationalist as well.
The food was abolutely delicious; some of the best my wife and I have ever had. Just beware that it is a bit pricey. We were there for our 45th wedding anniversary so it was a special occasion and we did not mine the price.
Nice setting, pleasant staff and pretty good food...
We were the only patrons on a snowy night, but this location is very worth the drive. Food and plating were excellent. We both chose the prix fixe dining with four lovely courses. I had beautifully prepared lamb chops and my friend had perfectly cooked filet mignon. Everything was worth the price. Derek was a great server and the hostess, Diane, even showed us the Inn rooms. We would consider staying there next time.
The table (with white coverings and colored napkins) was elegant. Frankly, I can't think of a single thing about which to complain. Go there and enjoy!
We really enjoyed the whole experience. We chose the wine pairings to go along with our meal course. Food presentation and taste exceeded our expectation. It was a wonderful way to spend our last night in a historic area. We will definitely go again.
This was a true fine dining experience, from beginning to end and everything in between was perfect. The wine list was extent, the service was great and the food was as good as it gets.
We went for our 3 year wedding anniversary. The food was outstanding I had the filet and my wife had the shrimp and scallops. So far this was our best meal in Gettysburg pa by far. And we do eat out often and try different places to go to. Tracey our sever was exceptional and so was Derrick the bar tender who suggested a few drinks for us to try. We had a wonderful time there and will definitely go back again.
What a fabulous place! From the greeting to dessert, this restaurant was top notch. We had a glass of wine at the bar and were so impressed that we all decided to go with the pre-fixe with wine pairings. We were not disappointed. Although it is an hour drive, it was well worth the travel for a wonderful birthday dinner.
Very fine dining. Excellent service. Great menu. Filet mignon was the best I've had in many years.
Average food and service. Staff was friendly . Good was decent but not impressive.
Great food, great service, not rushed through our dinner
The food was amazing. We enjoyed a private table in the corner which provided us with the intimacy we desired for our dinner date. Our only regret was not partaking in the 37 page wine book. We certainly will next time.
Very slow service and cold food on a night that wasn't busy. Very disappointed.
Phenomenal restaurant. Great and original dishes that don't disappoint. Romantic spot right on the battlefield. Excellent service, portions are appropriate for the price which is unusual for a fancy restaurant such as the inn at herr ridge. Definitely check it out next time you're in town!
Saturday Night Dinner Family Weekend at Gettysburg College
Our host was enthusiast, professional and very knowledgeable about the wine offerings. We had a lovely evening.
Superb dinner and wonderful service!
This was for Gettysburg College Family weekend - we took our daughter out to a nice meal. It was a prix fixe menu that weekend. The menu had nice options for all of us including one vegetarian. All the food was great
Only downside was the portion size on the vegetarian option. It was a wonderful beet and goat cheese ravioli dish, but was only 2 or 3 ravioli.
Everything was delicious and the service attentive! Would definitely recommend.
Wonderful place to entertain and to stay. Stayed at the Inn multiple times with late wife, and had wonderful experience. Entertained relatives from Kansas City last week and when they returned home, called to say this was one of the finest restaurants they had ever visited. Love the ambience and history of the place, as well as the courteous, friendly (and not overbearing) service. Food was presented and tasted wonderfully. All in all a wonderful meal and evening spent at the Inn at Herr Ridge. Looking forward to entertaining more friends here in the future. Definitely a favorite of mine.
A quaint bed and breakfast the Inn at Herr Ridge is a wonderful place to relax in the midst of American history. The dining experience is one of the best we have ever had!
The food was very good when it finally came. Unfortunately the service was awful. We waited an hour for the appetizer, our drinks were made incorrectly, and when we asked about our food the waitress became passive aggressive. Even though the food was good, we would not go back or recommend this restaurant to anyone
We have visited here before and loved it the first time. He food is excellent. You are treated like royalty. Wine paying or wine alone is perfect, and the owner is very knowledgeable about wines and what they compliment. Atmosphere is cozy and quiet. You can hold a low conversation without being challenge. Worth every penny. Each time we go to Gettysburg we will visit. Fine Dinning experience.
We had a lovely dinner to celebrate our fifth anniversary. The food was amazing, especially the seasonal apple cobbler. The meal was paced beautifully.
Service was outstanding. Great experience.
Our meal was quite good. The restaurant seamlessly agreed to move our group's table into the main restaurant rather than the less cozy area by the bar. That was greatly appreciated. They were out of one of the wines we ordered, but were able to substitute with a nice selection. Also, they were out of a couple of dishes fairly early in the evening. Everything was good, but nothing memorable.
The food and. The setting was great- but the service was terribly slow and the staff did not seem to care.
Excellent food, excellent service. Beautiful and elegant, old style decor. Very cozy for our anniversary dinner. The prices were very reasonable for what we ordered along with good size portions.
We were placed in a quiet corner, as requested, but then forgotten! No one told the waitress we were there...or her table. Another nearby table was waited on constantly (not our waitress, and didn't look our way). It was 30 minutes before she came to take our order. Very apologetic -- but disappointing none the less. The restaurant gave us bottled water on the house for our waiting. It would have been nice if the hostess would keep an eye on tables to ensure things are moving along. The restaurant was not even very busy. Not sure if we will go back.
The Inn at Herr Ridge is always a spot for me when I'm in Gettysburg and want a special and welcoming touch. Food is creative and always special. Service is great and friendly. Plenty of choices with drinks for all tastes. I'll be back.
Never a disappointment!!
A Friends Get-Together brought Florida & NJ friends together. Dinner was great and service was excellent. Would highly recommend The Inn at Herr for its menu selection, service and attention to customer needs!
Excellent all-around. Staff was professional, friendly, and courteous, and friendly. Food was great. Terrific ambience. Would revisit next time in area.
My husband and I found the menu inviting, so we took a chance on this Inn while visiting Gettysburg. We were impressed with the food and plating. The amuse bouche was a very fresh roasted red pepper on cucumber with balsamic reduction. YUM. We both enjoyed the Charcuterie platter and the crab and corn bisque. The cheese and meats on the platter were all delicious, it was quite a large portion even sharing it. The bisque was rich with a cheese slice added on top, which made it almost too heavy as a pre-dinner course. I enjoyed shrimp and scallops with vegetable risotto. The scallops still had a hint of sand, but not too bad. The overall taste and temperature were terrific. My husband had the filet, which was slightly overdone, but not terribly so. His meal was overall very good, if not noteworthy. The choices for dessert sounded DIVINE - a sweet corn ice cream and maple bacon ice cream ... however, we were stuffed from the charcuterie platter and soup, so did not indulge. We noticed some other diners that had, and seemed to enjoy it. We did order the wine pairing for $30. What we didn't know was that the 3 glasses of wine given over 3 courses were actually SMALLER than had we ordered a regular glass of wine. In hindsight, we wish we'd spent that $60 towards a whole bottle. Service was extremely average. With such an elegant menu and artfully prepared foods, we had expected perhaps an explanation of each course: your charcuterie platter includes 'x,y,z cheese' and 'x, y, z meats'... this is your crab and corn bisque, topped with a bit of muenster cheese, which we recommend stirring throughout the soup before enjoying... your first wine is a Sauvignon Blanc from the French region of 'blah' ... just NONE of the elaborations you'd expect from the lovely menu, plate presentations and ordering a wine pairing. We both felt that took away from our overall experience a bit. We actually laughed and felt maybe we were keeping our server from a date!
The food was exquisite, the service was superb. Highly recommend the Baked Baby Brie and the Tomato Caprese Salad, although, start to finish everything was outstanding