Thursday, March 6, 2014

Burning Down the House: Firehouse Restaurants That Is

From the Dec. 26, 2013, Preservation Nation Blog "Firehouse Restaurants Coast to Coast" by Lauren Walser. //// Here are some places where you not only get some good food, but also get a dose of fire department history in these former fire stations now converted into restaurants. //// The winter 2014 edition issue featuredthree of them in the print edition: Sixth Engine in D.C.; House 22 Firehouse grill in Rochester, N.Y.; and Chicago Firehouse in Chicago. //// But Walser says there are many more "amazing firehouse renovation projects offering diners top-notch meals with a smoking side of history." She had photos and information on each of these: //// Engine Co. 28 in Los Angeles, Cal. //// Firehouse Restaurant in Sacramento, Cal. //// Firehouse Restaurant in Portland, Ore. //// Historic Firehouse Grill, Evanston, Ill. //// Firehouse Restaurant in Harrisburg, Pa. //// Jack's Firehouse in Philadelphia, Pa. //// Two Steps Downtown Grille in Danbury, Ct. //// Wonder If Any Have Flaming Offerings? --RoadDog

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