Restaurant Longevity--Same Location

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RE: Restaurant Longevity--Same Location 2006/06/17 12:05:15 (permalink)
Arnold's Pub on E.8th in downtown Cincinnati. It's the oldest continously operated Tavern in Ohio. Circa 1861. Great courtyard, very eclectic.

The Golden Lamb in Lebenon Ohio is the oldest Inn in Ohio. Circa 1803. Finer dining and family style dining still I expect, though I've not been there since I was a brat. Couldn't appreciate it at the time. Lots of history and historical guests.
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RE: Restaurant Longevity--Same Location 2006/07/10 01:44:41 (permalink)
Marys family restauraunt in Appleton. Been in the same place since 1958. They have a second one right across town. Some of the supper clubs/wedding halls. The Darboy Club, Van Ables, Romys Nightengale have been around for a long time and have excellent reputations.
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RE: Restaurant Longevity--Same Location 2006/08/07 16:38:40 (permalink)
The Tip Top Cafe on fredricksburg Road in San Antonio has been in the same location for I think 40 or 50 years or more.When I ate them some time ago the food was real good and they gave you generous portions.They do have a website I believe.
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RE: Restaurant Longevity--Same Location 2006/11/15 10:22:36 (permalink)
The Arby's that I remember opening on Peterson Avenue on the far North Side of Chicago in the mid-1970's has just closed its doors. I'm happy to say that the independent nearby hot-dog stand Wolfy's, which was there before Arby's opened, remains open.
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RE: Restaurant Longevity--Same Location 2006/11/15 12:26:08 (permalink)
the hotdog stand/restaurant Heid's of Liverpool has been selling hot dogs since 1886 in the little village of Liverpool, NY. Originally a hot dog cart in 1883, Valentine Heid built a small shack about 100 yards from the current location in 1886. Almost 90 years ago (1917)he built a drive-in at the current location. Although an Art Deco remodeling and addition more or less replaced his original drive-in, the location has remained the exact same since 1917.

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RE: Restaurant Longevity--Same Location 2006/11/17 08:04:39 (permalink)
Dan and Louie's Oyster Bar in Portland, Oregon has been selling great food at the same oldtown location for 100 years. Jake's in downtown Portland has been in operation since 1892.
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