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Recognized as the oldest continuously operating business in Ohio. Opened in 1803, it received its name because early pioneers could not read, so it was given a name that could easily be drawn.
Once you attach your political views to your place of business it definitely becomes a thorn in your side… And I'm sure I'm not the only one who feels that this would not be a good place to patronize
Opened in 1803, Golden Lamb has had over 200 years to accumulate haunted history. The story of Sarah Stubbs, niece of the hotel's manager, whose ghost appears as a young girl in a white nightgown.
If you're looking to get steak, you're in the right place. Make sure you're here for dinner, not lunch.
Very good service. Excellent food
Vote for Mitt.
Try the Lamb Chop (via @Foodspotting)
Trivia night in the Black Horse Tavern (in the Golden Lamb) on Wednesday nights. Best Friday Fish Fry--Perch and Slaw with Potato cakes for $10. Brilliant.
Karen is the best bar tender!!!