King’s Tavern – Natchez, Mississippi

Natchez is the first European settlement on the Mississippi River, and the King’s Tavern is reported to be the town’s first structure, a National Historic Landmark whose history dates back to the late 1700’s. Richard King buil ...

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Valley Hotel Bar and Grill – Clairton, Pennsylvania

The Valley Hotel Bar and Grill was built in 1863. It was originally called the Granger Hotel, named after the family that owned it. It served as a watering hole and lodging for steel mill, river, and railroad workers. The ...

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The Grill House and Rock Bottom Bar – Allegan, Michigan

The Grill House was built in 1836 by Samuel Hubbard, a Massachusetts Supreme Court justice who had interests in real estate. Hubbard’s Boston Company was granted 25,000 acres and eventually developed the town of A ...

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The Poland Spring Inn – Poland, Maine

The Poland Spring Inn actually encompasses three inns, three restaurants, a golf-course, and a great deal of history and local legend. The bar has a $2 happy hour for golfers and guests, and frequent live ...

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Lemp Mansion – St. Louis, Missouri

When Johann Adam Lemp, moved to St. Louis in 1838, he found that the biggest sellers in the small store he opened were vinegar and beer. He started making both himself, and as his new, lighter, and very un-European style of ...

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