Being my travels down those great two lane highways of this nation as well as news I learn about them from media sources. Since I'm also very interested in historic preservation, there will be a lot of that as well.
Tuesday, November 5, 2013
10 of America's Oldest Eateries-- Part 7: The Golden Lamb
THE GOLDEN LAMB, LEBANON, OHIO //// Jonas Seaman opened the inn and tavern in 1803 and chose an easy to illustrate name since many pioneers couldn't read. Today, customers can still feast just as the ones in the past did and that includes 12 U.S. presidents and English novelist Charles Dickens, who has a dining named in his honor. //// Furnishings include more than a hundred antique Shaker tables, chairs, chests and cupboards. Definitely try their famous Sister Lizzie's Shake Sugar Pie, made from a recipe found in one of the inn's cabinets. It is Ohio's oldest inn. //// I was fortunate to visit there, but can't remember if we ate there while on an American Road roadtrip or just had drinks in the bar. //// --RoadDog