The Historic Pennsylvania Restaurant That Only Gets Better With Age

Experiencing – and savoring – history doesn’t necessarily mean going to a museum, reading a book, or watching a film, especially in PA. In fact, sometimes appreciating history is as simple as dining out. Take this historic restaurant in Pennsylvania, for example, which has served Pennsylvanians for centuries. In fact, during the American Revolution, the restaurant and bed and breakfast hosted British loyalists. Today, however, it welcomes weary travelers and those in search of a unique culinary experience.

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Address: 9 Old Lancaster Rd., Malvern, PA 19355