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|Posted: 2013-06-16 08:46 am  Permalink|
Nice find Pauly!!
So on the way to Hukilau 2013 Barb and I went along the back roads and old interstate roads
to get to and from the event.
This way we see antique stores and thrift shops ECT along the way, and all the cool old
places not touched by Starbuckification.
While we were on our way home through Zanesville Ohio we saw The Market House Inn.
It had those old rondelle windows like five of them.
See them here.
These windows are very costly and you don't see them often anymore.
We went inside to eat and check this place out only to find it had a nautical décor mixed with
an old English style, Like the Wine Cellar of old here in Columbus Ohio.
We walked about the place and even went downstairs and found this,
a plaque that said Coburn Morgan was one of the people who did the décor.
Well as we all know Mr. Morgan was the same guy who helped with the décor at the Kahiki
and at The Wine Cellar in Columbus Ohio.
Both of these restaurants were owned by Bill Sapp and Lee Henry.
I never saw a plaque like this in the Kahiki so I would guess
this was a job done after the Kahiki.
The Market House Inn is very old, so Mr. Coburns work must have been a redo of sorts.
Side note we were told by a shop owner to go to another place to eat, and even went to this
other place but when we got there at the last second we changed our minds and went to
The Market House Inn instead.
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[ This Message was edited by: tikiskip 2013-06-16 08:48 ]