Visit The Haunted Captors’ Monument, Then Dine With Ghosts At The Old ’76 House In New York

Few states are as rich with paranormal activity as New York. Countless legends abound of ghost-infested hotels, supernaturally-charged graveyards, and eerie abandoned places in every corner of the state – stories that have lasted generations for good reason. But for a particularly creepy night out that is rooted in true American history (and where the ghosts run the show), this haunted restaurant and monument on the New York outskirts is as legit as they come.

Whether you believe in vintage, colonial-era ghosts or are a hardcore skeptic, that’s okay! The Old ’76 House in Tappan doesn’t just serve up the supernatural – you’ll also find deliciously hearty modern cuisine and a fantastically cozy atmosphere. Just be sure to keep alert as you dine – you never know when you might see something unexpected.

Check out the ’76 House website for hours, menus, and special events – or give them a follow on Facebook to stay up to date on all things… revolutionary.

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Address: The Old '76 House, 110 Main St, Tappan, NY 10983, USA