You'll notice the newly named John F. Jaeger Center for Athletics, Recreation, and Fitness while on campus, but take a walk around town and you'll see quite a few new faces and places.
Luke's American Grille opened at 101 Chambersburg Street and serves fresh Daylight Donuts as well as 50's diner style breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Wells Family Baking Company is across the street from Luke's and serves an array of tasty baked goods. Next door to Wells Family Baking Company is the Devil's Den Deli, serving pizza and subs. Ever had a cinnamon toast cupcake? Try one at Johnny Como's Cupcakes and Coffee, located on the corner of Washington and Chambersburg streets.
More cupcakes can be found at the Gettysburg Cupcake Cafe located at 430 Baltimore Street. Nearby is Mr. G's homemade ice cream, but if you prefer candy visit Sweeet! at 100 Baltimore Street. You can now dine at the Blue and Gray Bar & Grill on the Square. Around the corner on York Street you can find Chinatown Kitchen, Battlefield Harley Davidson Downtown, and the relocated El Costeno Mexican Restaurant.
Take a walk down Carlisle Street to visit Flats Original Flatbread Cafe adjacent to the Majestic Theater. Across the street, Subterranean Soul features leather goods and vinyl records. At the intersection of Water and Carlisle streets you'll spot the Ugly Mug Cafe, which offers coffee, sandwiches, and salads.
That sounds like a lot of walking! Looking for an alternative way to get around town or the Battlefield? Check out GettyPeds at 39 North Washington Street, where you can rent one or two person scooters by the hour or by the day. You can also hop on a Segway at Gettysburg Segway Tours, located at 22 Springs Avenue - they're next to the newly relocated Tito's Mexican Store and Restaurant and the West Side Diner.
Or you could always take the Trolley; it's free and will take you almost anywhere in Gettysburg.
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