“Home of a good meal and a tricky ghost”
Home of a good meal, good friends, and a good time. The old tavern building was built in the 1840s, and was a cabinet shop in its early years. There are remnants of its older days as a tavern, such as a half-log bar in the basement as well as a 1930s keg. But locals here say that’s not all that remains here from times past! They say the apparition of a former bartender, who hanged himself in the bar and was buried in the cemetery at the church next door, appears in the restaurant in the late-night hours. He has been known to toss pans and touch patrons, produce cold spots and move objects. Folks say he is not a mean ghost, but likes to play tricks.
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The Tavern at Loyal Oak
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