Pennsylvania March 03, 2017
The Timeless Pennsylvania Restaurant Everyone Needs To Visit At Least Once
Overlooking the Delaware River sits a storied piece of Pennsylvania history. The King George II Inn, a timeless restaurant in Pennsylvania, has been a staple in the town of Bristol since, well, the very day that Bristol, the oldest town in Pennsylvania, was founded in 1681. Rich in history and tales of ghosts, the King George Inn remains a Bristol favorite more than 300 years after its birth.
Join countless other patrons through history to visit the King George II Inn, which claims such noted guests as General George Washington, President John Adams, and President James Madison.
King George II Inn played a significant role in the Revolutionary War, serving as the headquarters for American soldiers as they prepared to fight the British in The Battle of Trenton, now famously known as the Crossing of the Delaware.
The elite flocked to the King II George Inn and Restaurant at the end of the Revolutionary War with the charming property earning accolades as one of the area's best hotels.
Whispers of the past echo throughout the restaurant. Beyond its famous guests, the King George II Inn is said to house several ghosts, including an elegantly dressed gentleman with a top hat whose apparition has been seen dancing.
Feel the warmth of the sunshine as you sit down for a meal at the inn. Don't be alarmed if you hear the cries of a baby but don't see any infants around. The spirit of a baby is said to live within the inn.
Order a drink at the bar, which comes from the ship, the Lafayette. Keep an eye out for all the dark wood, all original wood dating back to the birth of the inn, at the bar.
Dine next to the windows that let the warm sunshine stream in or...
Opt for an outdoor seat if the weather allows. Bring your dog along - as long as he's well-behaved - for a scrumptious meal in the warm sunshine. You might also run into...
Rufus, the restaurant's Chairman of the Board (and an adorable one at that) who's often spotted at the inn. In the photo below, he's greeting trick or treaters on Halloween 2016.
Peruse the generous menu that features such favorites as the traditional English fish and chips with a side of coleslaw.
The King George II Inn appeals to carnivores, vegetarians, and those adhering to a gluten-free diet.
Dine at the King George II Inn Sunday through Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.
King George II Inn
102 Radcliffe Street
Bristol, PA 19007
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