There’s nothing better than knowing that our patrons love our tours because we certainly love showing off our small town and all it has to offer. We thought we’d highlight some of the (great!) reviews posted on various review websites, like Tripadvisor and Yelp, over the past year. Read on to see why you should make Savor Gettysburg Food Tours part of your travel agenda.
Wasn’t sure what to expect and thought the price was a little high but…from the first bite of fresh-ingredient gourmet pizza, the tour just kept getting better and better. The tour guide Lori was amazing and provided a lot of history of the area which was fascinating. We were pleasantly stuffed. Well worth the money.
Been on quite a few food tours and this tour was one of the best; all of the places we visited provided great samples with seating to enjoy the food. Water was also provided. Our tour guide was well informed and gave us a good history of Gettysburg. [I] would highly recommend this tour.
What an exquisite way to spend three hours! Lori, our very gifted tour guide, was a wealth of knowledge. Her ability to tell a story draws you in and leaves you wishing she could accompany you throughout Gettysburg. The tour itself is amazing! The food sample sizes are perfect! You won’t go hungry.
This tour is well worth the money and time. They give you seven different places to try food and one is a winery. I have done this tour twice and have tasted different foods and restaurants. The tour guide we had was great and loves doing the tour. They give you some history of Gettysburg. Definitely do this tour!
A delectable way of hitting a couple of restaurants to tantalize your taste buds and learning a few highlights of Gettysburg without being overwhelmed with too much Civil War facts. Owner and Guide Lori Korczyk (whole family are reenactors) selected some delicious establishments to create a memorable and lasting print on our palate that has me craving for a return visit…real soon. In our three-hour adventure, we were able to incorporate seven restaurants and a short stop at Shriver House Museum which gave us the ‘civilians/locals’ point of view/involvement during the three battles. I will definitely return for a museum tour. Lori did a fabulous job keeping her historical information short and simple but enough to appreciate what occurred along with historical info about the restaurants. Worth the money…EVERYONE came out either full or very content.
Word of mouth recommendations are our best means of sharing how our tours spread our love for all things Gettysburg. We want to show you a different side of Gettysburg—and we know you won’t be disappointed. Book a tour and come join us!
Photos by Jame Thatcher