Historic. Built in 1898, the restaurant is part of one of the few surviving Chautauqua meeting places, which was first instituted in the late 19th century as a way to educate communities through seasonal lectures, plays and other forms of entertainment. Although the restaurant recalls a time in the past, the menu reflects modern tastes by offering hamburgers, pasta and comfort food.
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