Twenty Millionth Ford
The official photo of Twenty Millionth Ford automobile was taken in front of the “Lebanon House” on Wednesday, June 17, 1931. Behind the car is Popular Price Grocery, which is where the Shaker Dining Room is today in the Golden Lamb. The Goodrich Tires sign hangs over an auto parts store, which is now the Buckeye Dining Room.

An Unusual Historic “Visitor” to The Golden Lamb

June 16, 2022  |  newsletter

  FANTASTIC TALES FROM THE GOLDEN LAMB by John Zimkus, Historian of the Golden Lamb   For nearly 220 years, patrons have visited and enjoyed the hospitality of the Golden Lamb. To get to the Golden Lamb, our

Destination Heartland by Cynthia Clampitt

Golden Lamb included in new book showcasing Midwest historic highlights

May 24, 2022  |  golden lamb, in the news

New book outlines historic highlights — and tastes — of Midwest By Steve Tarter, WCBU Cynthia Clampitt believes that the Midwest often gets overlooked when it comes to what the region has to offer. Her new book,

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Golden Lamb recognized as one of the "most historic bars and inns around the world"

April 15, 2022  |  golden lamb, in the news

The Golden Lamb is making national headlines with recognition from MSN and mashed this spring. Including the Golden Lamb on a list of "Oldest Restaurants In America," mashed reporter Jennifer

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A New Season of Outdoor Dining

April 11, 2022  |  black horse tavern, golden lamb, newsletter

An exciting new season of outdoor dining is coming to the Golden Lamb’s Black Horse Tavern just in time for warmer weather! 

Golden Lamb Lenten Features

Golden Lamb Lenten Features "Worth the Drive"

March 31, 2022  |  in the news, special events

Historic restaurant offers special menu for Lent By Alexis Larsen, Dayton Daily News The Golden Lamb rolls out special menus throughout the year, and the Lenten season is no exception. Fridays during Lent they offer

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MSN recognizes the Golden Lamb as Ohio's "Most Historic Restaurant"

March 28, 2022  |  in the news

Do you know which is your state's most historic restaurant? Find out here. By Elizabeth Chorney-Booth, MSN Founded in 1803, the Golden Lamb is almost as old as the city of Lebanon itself. Proprietor Jonas Seaman hung

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