She’s a Thriller, So Take Your Sweetheart to a Haunted Valentine’s Day Dinner in New England
Looking for a unique way to celebrate your love this Valentine’s Day? Take your true love out to a haunted restaurant for an experience as unique as your love. Here are just a few of your choices around New England. The White Horse Tavern in Newport, RI is the longest, continuously operating tavern in the United States according to seacoastonline.com.
Eat where George Washington himself has dined. With 350 years in business, the White Horse Tavern has had loads of time to collect some ghosts. The legend has it that a ghost dressed in colonial soldier gear hangs out in the men's room. Try the Brick & Ash in Newburyport, MA. Local legend says that the location was a brothel in the 1800s. Save a plate for Lucinda, a prostitute who is believed to haunt the establishment along with a ghostly sea captain.
Then there is always the Three Chimneys Inn in Durham, NH. This building was built in 1694 per seacoastonline.com and you may hear the whispering of ghosts. The whispering may come from Hannah Hill, daughter of Valentine Hill who may or may not have drowned in the Oyster River which is located behind the restaurant. No matter where you dine, any of these restaurants will give you a Spooktacular evening.