The Pennsylvania Restaurant With Early American Roots That Dates Back To The 1700s

Some dining experiences are just meant to be extraordinary. Take the General Warren Inne in Pennsylvania, an historic restaurant and inn that dates back to 1745. It tells, in many ways, the story of Pennsylvania – from the American Revolution to the emergence of the railroad. Unfortunately, the railroad led to the inn’s temporary downfall.

Despite a valiant effort from its owners, the restaurant and inn fell into disrepair, closing in the 1800s and reopening a century later. Today, the restaurant and inn have returned to their former glory, promising a delicious meal in an enchanting setting.

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Address: General Warren, 9 Old Lancaster Rd, Malvern, PA 19355, USA