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On this day in history: Clement Vallandigham
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On this day in history: Clement Vallandigham

October 13, 2015

Ever wonder who Clement Vallandigham was, besides the guy who accidentally shot himself and died at the Golden Lamb (and thus, also received a room named after him)? From our friends at History.com: THIS DAY IN

The Golden Lamb celebrates hotel bicentennial

The Golden Lamb celebrates hotel bicentennial

October 9, 2015

Two hundred years ago, Ichabod Corwin moved his Golden Lamb tavern a few blocks down in Lebanon, Ohio and cut the ribbon for the opening of a "new and commodious brick building on Broadway" that not only served food and

What's Ohio's most iconic restaurant?

January 9, 2015  |  in the news

Thrillist makes the case for The Golden Lamb. The latest trend in the world of lists seems to be listing every state in the country, matched up with a food or something that purportedly defines that state. The New York

Golden Lamb Happy Holiday

Announcing a Holiday Break

December 22, 2021  |  black horse tavern, golden lamb, holidays

We are so grateful for your continued support of a legacy that's more than 215 years in the making. Since 1803, we've been celebrating the holidays with guests, and we cannot wait to continue to greet you through the

Golden Lamb decorating crew
Sue Vanderweele, Connie Steger, Judi Lantman, Vicki Patterson, Barbara Phenix, Elaine Frock and Carolyn Rosenberry (Not pictured: Judy Grin, lead decorator of the trees)

Meet the Flock: The Golden Lamb’s Decorating Crew

December 7, 2021  |  golden lamb, holidays, newsletter

Since 1803, we’ve been a gathering place. With that legacy comes a whole host of wonderful personalities who have helped make the Golden Lamb what is today. As we tell stories of our past, we also want to bring you

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