Dine At The Historic Spot In Pennsylvania That’s Been A Local Favorite Since 1681

Living in a state with so much history certainly does have its advantages, even if we’re not exactly history buffs. Take King George II Inn in Bristol, a historic restaurant in Pennsylvania. It’s been around for centuries, so we’re practically guaranteed a delicious meal. After all, a restaurant doesn’t stand the test of time for hundreds of years unless it is really good. However, you’ll really want to judge for yourself.

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Have you been to this historic restaurant in Pennsylvania? If so, do you think it’s one of the best restaurants in Bristol? Share your experience in the comments! Did you know that Bristol is the oldest town in Pennsylvania? Yep, and it’s well worth a visit.

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Address: King George II Inn, 102 Radcliffe St, Bristol, PA 19007, USA