This Historic Ohio Restaurant Serves Recipes From The 1800s And You Have To Try It

If a recipe has been around since the 1800s, it’s fair to say it’s probably incredible and not worth messing with.

The Golden Lamb, a restaurant and hotel in the small city of Lebanon, is the oldest continually operated business in Ohio. With a historic menu and rare antique furnishings, it’s an Ohio history buff’s dream come true. If you’re an Ohio native, it belongs at the very top of your bucket list. Rich with history, charm and an old-world ambiance, a meal or an overnight stay here will make you feel as if you’ve temporarily traveled back in time.

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The Golden Lamb is located at 27 S Broadway St., Lebanon, OH 45036. Have you been here before? What was your experience like?

For more historic restaurants in Ohio, check out our previous article: These 11 Old Restaurants In Ohio Have Stood The Test Of Time.