Michael Anthony is Executive Chef of Gramercy Tavern. Mike joined Gramercy Tavern as the Executive Chef in 2006. Under his leadership, the restaurant has earned a three-star New York Times review (2007) and James Beard Awards for “Outstanding Restaurant" (2008) and “Best Chef: New York City" (2012). In 2015, Mike won the James Beard Award for “Outstanding Chef," a national recognition. His book, V is for Vegetables, won the 2015 James Beard Award for Best Vegetable-Focused Cookbook.
Blue and Gray Bar and Grill is a family owned sports bar located on the square in historic Gettysburg. We took our passion for history and sports and combined them to create a fun atmosphere with elevated bar food. We proudly serve specialty burgers named after Generals that fought at the battle of Gettysburg, over 20 wing sauces with famous brigade names and many other options. Our twenty tvs are always tuned to sporting events and welcome all fans alike.
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fantastic burgers , great service
Fantastic menu, very reasonable prices, had french onion soup and the general archer burger both were delicious. Was very busy but staff was excellent and very attentive
Great food, great price, great service
Was only in Gettysburg for two days and ate here both days. A variety of great food, great wings, great sweet potato fries, and ice cold beer on a hot summer day. You can't go wrong with this place.
Philly cheese steak
The bar is very busy. Once you find a seat the service is very friendly and quick. Reasonable prices and the Philly Cheese Steak was fantastic.
It's busy, but it's so worth the wait. the 2nd Maryland wings (with Old Bay) are my favorites, great wedge salad. Good service, hopping atmosphere, fun joint. The ONLY "issue" the parking is not easy.
Definitely a must stop!
The food was absolutely delicious! Very well priced and the waitress was wonderful. The wraps are very good and so are the burgers.
Try the "Artillery Fire jalapeño poppers"
Went there for a snack in the afternoon we ordered the “artillery fire” it was six huge jalapeño poppers with cream cheese wrapped with bacon, a little heat but not terribly hot.