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Your state's most adorable historic restaurants

Lovefood Logo By Elizabeth Chorney-Booth of Lovefood | Slide 1 of 51: Cities around the world love to promote their new and exciting restaurants, but sometimes it’s the golden oldies that say the most about a place. One of the best ways to learn about America is to get to know its historic restaurants. These restaurants aren’t all necessarily each state’s oldest (though many are) but each represent an important slice of US history. If visiting the area, be sure to check to see if each restaurant is open, offering takeout or providing social distancing during COVID-19.

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Cities around the world love to promote their new and exciting restaurants, but sometimes it’s the golden oldies that say the most about a place. One of the best ways to learn about America is to get to know its historic restaurants. These restaurants aren’t all necessarily each state’s oldest (though many are) but each represent an important slice of US history. If visiting the area, be sure to check to see if each restaurant is open, offering takeout or providing social distancing during COVID-19.

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