Dine with ghosts at our favorite haunted restaurants
Not brave enough for a full overnight stay in a haunted hotel this October? Dine with the spirits at our favorite haunted restaurants across America. Bonus: Check out our inside tips on how to save money on your spooky adventures, too.
Ashley’s Restaurant: This long-standing hotels is considered the “most haunted” restaurant on the Space Coast, Fla. As the tale goes, a young girl was murdered near the restaurant in the 1930s, and her ghost still haunts the building today. Ashley’s is now a popular destination for ghost-hunters and psychics, and many employees and diners say they have seen inexplicable happenings in the restaurant: eerie reflections in the mirror, furniture moving, plates breaking. It’s no surprise that Ashley’s Restaurant’s menu comprises largely of traditional comfort food!
Casey Moore’s Oyster House: Although this restaurant in Tempe, Ariz., doesn’t tout it on its website, rumor is Casey Moore’s is haunted. Patrons have reported unusual activity, which some suspect may be coming form the ghost of a girl who was supposedly murdered in the building itself.
George’s: This restaurant and bar, connected to the Boulder Theater in Boulder, Colo., is named after the “theater ghost,” George Paper, the former theater manager. As the story goes, Paper died while working on a lighting rig in the theater, and his ghost can still be felt there today. George’s serves up everything from light appetizers to full meals. Tip: Try the George’s Panini. He would have wanted you to.
Mission Table: The food in this Michigan restaurant is locally grown and highly regarded, and it’s served with a side of a good myth. Some believe it is haunted by the ghost of a jealous woman named Genevive, who grew jealous after her husband fell for her own nurse and left the nurse all his money. Overcome with heartache and jealousy, Genevive reportedly took her life.
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