The sheer number of dining establishments in Gettysburg is staggering, particularly when you consider that for half the year it is a town of only 8,000 people. It's less staggering when you consider that, for the other half of the year, the population is many times larger than that. Even so, it means that there are myriad of food options if and when you get sick of Servo and Bullet Hole.
The Dobbin House is the place to go when your folks are paying, and the rest of the time can be split fairly evenly between the less expensive restaurants in town, including the Pub, Mama V's, and many others. There are, of course, the requisite fast food places, as well as a good amount of Chinese restaurants and pizzerias, most of whom offer delivery service. As a general rule, there is a place to suit every taste in Gettysburg.