Bucks County Home to Two Classic Restaurants Ideal for Date Night

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Image via The Logan Inn
The two restaurants have stood in the area for a very long.

Many of the nation’s oldest restaurants still in operation can be found in Pennsylvania, with two Bucks County spots revered for their atmosphere. Robin Shreeves wrote about the restaurants for The Keystone.

Some of them are perfect for date night, and the best examples of this are King George II Inn in Bristol and Logan Inn in New Hope.

The King George II Inn was founded in 1681, and it is the oldest continuously operating inn in the United States. It was once a public house where, according to legend, George Washington stayed at one point, however these days it is a dining establishment only.

The restaurant offers spectacular views of the Delaware River and a decidedly American menu with soups, salads, appetizers, burgers and sandwiches, and steak, pork, and seafood entrees.

The Logan Inn opened as the Ferry Inn in 1727. George Washington and Aaron Burr stayed here during the Revolutionary War, while the inn was being used as a field hospital for wounded soldiers.

Read more about the classic restaurants for date night in The Keystone.


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