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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

Outdoor dining at the Golden Lamb

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! 

Sarah Stubbs

Valentine's Memories at the Golden Lamb

February 14, 2022  |  newsletter

Valentine's Day has always been special at the Golden Lamb. It is one of the restaurants busiest days with dozens of tables set for two, and many a relationship has had its first spark over a special meal here.

Burger & Beer Night Black Horse Tavern

Discover the Inspiration: Burger & Beer Night

January 25, 2022  |  black horse tavern, newsletter

Behind the Scenes at the Golden Lamb Since 1803, we’ve been a gathering place. With that legacy comes a whole host of wonderful personalities and inspirations that have helped make the Golden Lamb what is today.

Golden Lamb Thanksgiving Turkey

Thanksgiving by the Numbers

November 22, 2021  |  golden lamb, holidays, newsletter

Thanksgiving by the Numbers Behind the Scenes at the Golden Lamb   151 — That’s how many years we’ve been serving Thanksgiving here at the Golden Lamb.  In 1870, Congress passed

Mummies & Elephants, Oh My!

October 26, 2021  |  golden lamb, newsletter

Mummies & Elephants, Oh My! Fantastic Tales from the Golden Lamb by John Zimkus, Historian of the Golden Lamb   In the late 1920s, when a young Bob Jones purchased the “Lebanon House,” he had several goals for

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