The caramel mocha was really tasty. Service friendly. Bathroom clean. Cute coffee shop in downtown Gettysburg.
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Stopped here with my granddaughter on a Saturday morning, definitely had support of the college kids. The scone and latte were very good, but I thought the price was a little high for the area (over $7 for a med latte and scone).
Although we were mostly here in the morning since it was across the street from where we were staying, this little coffee house offered so much more than coffee. It had delicious vegetarian offerings, newspapers to read, an upstairs and downstairs and garden and a neighborhood feel. It was charming and the food was delicious.
My wife declared this was where she wanted to go for breakfast after reading reviews on Yelp. (I know why yelp, she should have looked at Trip Advisor, she's not perfect, but I love her anyway) When you walk in the door you are assaulted with the smell of coffee, which I suppose if you are a coffee drinker and... More
This little coffee shop has wonderful coffee made to order how you like it. Both the downtown location and the new location closer to the National park. The downtown location has great breakfast sandwiches and the baked oatmeal with fresh fruit and milk is delicious!!! They can be a little busy but its worth the wait. They also have a... More
My fiancee and I were out for a late evening walk and I was looking for a place to get a coffee. Luckily we stumbled on this little shop and the gentleman working there was very friendly and helpful, made me an amazing Chai latte and gave us some suggestions for places to visit while in Gettysburg. The smell in... More
If you are looking for a place that's serves coffee that ok, food that is ok, and service that is ok this is the place for you. I asked if the Chai was very sweet. I was told it was not (warning it is extremely sweet). We also could not taste the shot of espresso that was requested in it.... More
Finding a good coffee shop in Gettysburg is not easy. We were south of town in one of the local motels, got up early, and started looking for SOMETHING with espresso. It was a good mile walk, but we found Ragged Edge. There was one closer to our motel but it didn't open until 8:00. This location opens at 6:30,... More
The title says it all. We were in Gettysburg for four days and had breakfast at the Ragged Edge the first morning. And the second morning. And the third morning. And the fourth morning. Easily, hands down the best baked oatmeal I've ever had, and (from the non-oatmeal eaters in the group) their bagel breakfast sandwiches were darn good as... More
This is, by far, my favorite coffee shop in Gettysburg. The staff is always pleasant and the ambience is great! You can enjoy your coffee and a pastry as you glance at one of the local newspapers that are provided or admire the art (from local artists) that hangs upon the walls. They also offer a variety of fresh juice... More