Tuesday, October 22, 2013

10 of America's Oldest Eateries-- Part 3

KING GEORGE II INN, BRISTOL, PENNSYLVANIA //// In 1681, Samuel Clift bgan ferrying wagons across the Delaware River between Bristol and Burlington, N.J., and opened the Ferry Inn where travelers ate and spent the night. Many of these early inns were combination eating, drinking and lodging. //// In 1735, a grander King George II Inn was built on the site and famous guests have eaten there since then, including James Madison and wife Dolley. //// Today, the inn has five dining rooms with a varied menu. Inside and outdoor dining offers a river view. //// --RoadDog

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