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This is a neat idea for a thread. I probably can't afford most of these either. But I can dream - subscribing....NOW.
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The Radisson Lackawanna Station in Scranton, PA has a quite beautiful dining hall:


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Located within the former Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Station, this is a must visit for any architecture nerd while in Pittsburgh. Their all-you-can-eat brunch is $24, and I managed to eat enough deliciousness to hate myself, feel ill, and not be hungry for 2 whole days.
I would definitely stop here next time I get to Pgh.

This looks like a place an Englishman would feel right at home in. Reminds me specifically of Liverpool.
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I would definitely stop here next time I get to Pgh.

This looks like a place an Englishman would feel right at home in. Reminds me specifically of Liverpool.
I eat there often, it has the best damned Sunday brunch imagineable.
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Now for some cheesy fun...

Restaurant: T-Rex Café
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More cheesy fun...

Restaurant: Mythos at Islands of Adventure Theme Park
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Nice. The Coral Reef Restaurant in Epcot is quite similar:


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Speaking of EPCOT, here is...

Restaurant: Biergarten at EPCOT
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Nice and attractive view. Looks like it!
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Winston-Salem:
The Flour Box Tea Room & Cafe

The building was constructed in 1775. This neighborhood, on downtown Winston-Salem's south side, is filled with National Landmarks from the 1700s and early 1800s. Yes, the neighborhood has a large number of tourists, as one of the city's big tourist attractions. The tea room & cafe has frequent live music and movie nights.


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I can see Michael Scott down there!
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Winston-Salem:
The Tavern in the Old Salem District

This tavern opened in 1816 and is the oldest tavern in North Carolina. It's just a few blocks south of the tallest skyscraper in downtown Winston-Salem. It's actually listed among downtown Winston-Salem's restaurants and bars. Recently, the tavern's mixologist, Jordan Keiper, was named North Carolina's Spirit Ambassador, to promote North Carolina distilleries. The food is as close to the original Moravian recipes, from around 200+ years ago, as possible. Vegetables from the gardens you see, in the Old Salem District, are used in the tavern. It's an interesting and touristy place.


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Takami Sushi & Robata Restaurant. 21 floors above Wilshire Blvd in downtown LA.


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Eating with a nice view, that is what wants most of the people who eat in the restaurant.
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Winston-Salem:
The Flour Box Tea Room & Cafe

The building was constructed in 1775. This neighborhood, on downtown Winston-Salem's south side, is filled with National Landmarks from the 1700s and early 1800s. Yes, the neighborhood has a large number of tourists, as one of the city's big tourist attractions. The tea room & cafe has frequent live music and movie nights.
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Winston-Salem:
The Tavern in the Old Salem District

This tavern opened in 1816 and is the oldest tavern in North Carolina. It's just a few blocks south of the tallest skyscraper in downtown Winston-Salem. It's actually listed among downtown Winston-Salem's restaurants and bars. Recently, the tavern's mixologist, Jordan Keiper, was named North Carolina's Spirit Ambassador, to promote North Carolina distilleries. The food is as close to the original Moravian recipes, from around 200+ years ago, as possible. Vegetables from the gardens you see, in the Old Salem District, are used in the tavern. It's an interesting and touristy place.
...both remind me of another old dining venue near Sunbury (central PA). It's called Penn's Tavern, and while there are conflicting opinions on its age, it is one of, if not the oldest buildings, in Northumberland County. Historians generally believe that it was built in the 1790s. Others claim that Conrad Weiser, one of the County's earliest settlers, built the tavern in 1703. But research suggests that Conrad would have been just 7 years old at the time, and living in Germany. The building has served as a hotel, ferry house, post office, a railroad station, and a restaurant / tavern once again.

It is widely believed that William Penn's grandson, John Penn, was reunited with his wife at the tavern after he was taken captive during a raid by Native Americans. It is said that his wife met with him in an upstairs room just moments before he died in her arms.

It was restored in 2007 and sold recently at an auction and is now under new management.


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These restaurants are beautifully designed, sophisticated, both create a sense of appetite and create a sense of luxury.
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