The Daily Meal, a site dedicated to food and drink, ranked the College's dining services number 13 in the nation.
From The Daily Meal:
With its historic background, Gettysburg’s campus food has definitely made a lasting impression. Gary Brautigam, the director of dining services, told us that one of their main focuses is providing healthy food choices for the students. "Fresh produce, the best quality meats, and using cook-to-order as a method of preparation is what we try to do as much as we can," he said. And that’s not all they have to offer. Students rave about the themed dinners, especially their Thanksgiving dinner, which Brautigam mentions even alumni return to campus for. "We prepare more than 200 turkeys, one turkey for each table. The students carve their own bird!" Talk about an awesome dining program. And what could be more exciting than an on-campus food truck? SERVO Express, an extension of their main dining hall, rolls onto campus three nights a week during the late-night hours, offering students a nighttime option. And by receiving fresh produce six days a week, buying freshly caught seafood from Sea to Table, and cooking in small batches, Gettysburg shows us that they know how to please. As Brautigam says, "The Gettysburg experience is about the people on campus, and dining reaches out to make people feel like home."