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This American eatery has a long- standing history dating back to 1907. In 1923, the Bright Star was purchased by 2 immigrants from Greece and the legacy continues to be carried forward by their family members thereafter. Owing to their service to the community and popularity, Senator Howell Heflin recognized this restaurant in 1966 in the United States Congressional Record. Ever since its establishment, this restaurant has received a mention for its immaculate service and attention to customer satisfaction. True to its heritage, the tasteful décor is that of a Victorian parlor with chandeliers and white table cloths. The seafood and steaks are among the best to be found anywhere in greater Birmingham.
Relish authentic Alaskan delicacies at Olivia's at the Skagway Inn. This place has something for everyone; from vegetarian and gluten-free options to meat and seafood delights, the restaurant has it all covered. Ingredients are fresh and are sourced from the hotel’s kitchen garden. The home-style delicacies make you feel at home away from home. Rest your feet at the historic Skagway Inn after enjoying a sumptuous meal at the restaurant.
With a history dating back to the 1870s, this bar is regarded as the oldest bar in Arizona. This historic bar is hand-carved from oak and features French mirrors, glass windows and historic photographs. During your visit, you will feel as though you have dived back in time since in addition to the décor, the staff is dressed in a uniform that is reminiscent of the 1880s. The Palace Restaurant has also made an appearance in several films including Billy Jack and Junior Bonner. Relish traditional American delights or enjoy a chilled beer during your visit to this classic American bar.
Oark General Store is a historical country-side café which was launched in the year 1890 CE and continues to serve the Oark community. It has an old-world charm and is surrounded by the beautiful Ozark National Forest. Apart from being a restaurant it also sells convenience items like groceries. On the menu are some of the most exclusive home-style burgers and pies. The portions provided are large and customers can feast to their heart's content. Along with several staples of American cuisine, they also offer delectable ice creams.
In a city with an ever-evolving culinary landscape, it is heartening, if not surprising, to find such an old-timer. Politicians and business people have been coming here forever, buying each other martinis and waiting to be seated. The seafood is fresh and fabulous and the décor is turn-of-the-last-century. The wait staff is great, and it's not surprising--some of them have been here more than 3 decades.
This establishment holds the oldest liquor license in the state and has been in operation for more than a century. Serving since 1893, this national historic landmark has seen countless Wild West icons having a meal here, including the legendary Buffalo Bill Cody. Animal trophy heads adorn the walls of the dining rooms which some diners might find uncomfortably distracting. The menu offers some eye-opening fare such as rattlesnake, yak and fried alligator tail. If you prefer the traditional cuisine, tenderloin, T-bone and New York strip and other options abound. It is also the place to try Colorado favorites like elk and buffalo. They have live entertainment four nights of the week, so you can groove to some Wild West music as you dig into the juicy steak!
Dine at the inn where British soldiers stayed during their occupation of the Shoreline in 1812 and soak in the quaint charm that cloaks the tasteful confines. The restaurant at The Griswold Inn, lovingly referred to by locals as "The Gris", serves traditional New England fare in a relaxed and lively setting that is favored by locals and tourists alike. Their seasonal menu takes advantage of fresh seafood, regional meats and produce whenever possible to ensure an authentic flavor for their dishes. Christmas is also an excellent time to visit, and you can bet on a quartet of carolers stopping at each table to sing your song of choice. On Sundays, come for their famous Hunt Breakfast, which offers a delectable variety of breakfast and lunch entrées in a buffet style. Every night of the week, there is live music in The Taproom, and guests can pick from a range of savory bites to accompany their choice of beer.
Kelly's Logan House is a historical restaurant erected in the year 1865, located across the North Dupont Street in Wilmington, Delaware. It is a three- storied building and the walls are made up of red bricks. The menu comprises of select entrees, sides and cocktails, draft beers and wines. Acoustic duos and live rock bands often perform at the bar. They also host private events and parties.
This restaurant is owned and operated by the same Tampa family that founded it in 1905. Beautifully hand-painted tiles and intricate fretwork decorate the exterior of the restaurant, while the interior boasts a two-story atrium. Warm lighting and a sense of history combine to create an elegant and relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy authentic Spanish cuisine such as paella, black beans and rice or traditional Spanish yellow rice and chicken. Share a pitcher of sangria while flamenco dancers provide entertainment. Verify show timings before you plan a visit to the restaurant.
Erected in the year 1916, the Plaza Restaurant & Oyster Bar is a well-known historical restaurant that serves fresh fish and seafood, steaks as well as Italian and Greek cuisines. The décor is very beautiful and the tables are perfectly arranged with ample space in case you happen to drop in with a huge group. They also offer a variety of dining options from formal to outdoor and private dining rooms. There is a separate salad bar and a lunch buffet in addition to a comprehensive wine list. You will definitely wish to visit this place again.
Nosh on tasty bites at this American restaurant situated in the Manago Hotel. The quaint diner features minimalistic interiors showcasing wooden accents, blue chairs and images of people that played a prominent role in the Second World War. Prix fixe meals are offered for breakfast, lunch and dinner with a choice of non- alcoholic beverages. Don’t miss out on the pork chops since they are the reigning favorite at this restaurant.
With an ambiance as wild as its name, this bar has a long-standing history dating back to the 1880s. The exteriors are made out of brick and wood and seem to resemble a stable or farmhouse. This is the oldest barbeque restaurant in Idaho and is known for its smoked chicken, burgers and oysters. Nosh on house specialties like barbeque steak, burgers or the perennial favorite, Rocky Mountain Oysters. Tap your feet to the live music whilst you enjoy a chilled beer during your visit to this rustic American bar.