The Bonnie & Clyde Restaurant In Pennsylvania Will Transport You Straight Back To The 1930s
Long before they drove into a fatal ambush in 1934, Bonnie & Clyde captured the imagination of Americans. (And they continue to do so today.) The famous fugitives – known for committing at least 13 murders and countless robberies – met their fateful end on May 23, 1934 in Louisiana when they drove right into an ambush, shot by the police officers waiting for them. If Bonnie & Clyde (and their gang) pique your interest, you’ll have even more incentive to visit this restaurant in Pennsylvania. (And if you don’t care much about the two, you’ll still want to check out the eatery for the food and drink.)
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Have you ever been to this restaurant in Pennsylvania? Or, do you plan to go? Let us know in the comments! And, for a little more nostalgia, click here to see 14 Pennsylvania houses during the 1930s.