Dine with these historic AHS Clients this President’s Day!

By February 17, 2019Featured Client

This president’s day…Be patriotic & dine with these AHS Client’s in their historic ambience!


McGillin’s Olde Ale House: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

https://mcgillins.com

McGillin’s was established in 1860 and is getting ready to celebrate 160 years of business. Whew! The famous Irish pub and Philadelphian favorite may have (or not have) had President Lincoln visit during a trip to Philadelphia. Vice President Joe Biden, writer Tennessee Williams, and plenty of others have had a pint or two at one of America’s most historic bars.

 

 

Valley Green Inn: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

www.valleygreeninn.com

Built in 1850, the Valley Green Inn sits on land originally purchased from William Penn in the 1600’s. The historic restaurant is tucked away in the Wissahickon Valley Park and continues its legacy in the Philadelphia community. There are no recorded Presidential visits, but the Inn is a great spot to eat, especially for first dates.

Stage House Tavern: Scotch Plains, New Jersey

www.stagehousetavern.com

Stage House’s Scotch Plains location is quite possibly one of NJ’s oldest. The building was built in 1737 and rumored to have hosted George Washington during the Revolutionary era. Nearly three centuries later, the 2019 Stage House offers great American cuisine in a comfortable setting with exceptional service.

Cranbury Inn: Cranbury, New Jersey

thecranburyinn.com

Another Revolutionary fixture in Central Jersey sits right on Main Street in Cranbury. The Cranbury Inn was established in 1750 and has experienced George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, Marquee de Lafayette, Mme. Chiang Kai-Shekh, Albert Einstein, the Dutch Royal family, and was even a part of the Underground Railroad. Now a banquet hall and restaurant, Cranbury Inn dishes out great food and a historic experience!

What do these historic fixtures have in common? ADVANCED HOSPITALITY SYSTEMS! 

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