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Villa Vito's Restaurant's Back Patio

Villa Vito restaurant is owned and operated by the Favoroso family and has been serving authentic Italian food for over 42 years. The location is along one of the oldest carriage routes between Philadelphia and New York and we will discuss the history of hauntings in New Hope, once known as Coryell’s Ferry. Here we will be tasting Laird's blended Apple Jack made by Laird & Company.

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The Salt House

This picturesque location right on the Delware River is directly across from the the ferry launch site that made New Hope an important town before the Revolutionary War. The location is eerie and the hauntings are notorious! We will discuss its haunted past and taste a classic and "light profile" bourbon, Basil Hayden.

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Zoubi Restaurant

Joseph Pickett is the most famous ghost in New Hope and has been sighted by many locals in the town. We will discuss the hauntings not only in the building but around town. Our tour guide has actually had an experience with this ghost...This stop will be paired with TBD bourbon.

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Great Barn Taproom

The Aquatong Creek, which flows behind the taproom and into the Delaware has The brewers at Great Barn Brewery will allow each guest to choose a sample from the seasonal beers on tap.

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Vapor Timme & CBD Timme

The Parry Mansion was built in 1784 by Benjamin Parry, one of New Hope's founders. The house has the distinction of having been occupied by four gen-erations of Benjamin Parry's direct descendants. Not only does the Parry Mansion have a history of hauntings , but so does the shop next door! The building is haunted by the ghosts of Jaques(once a local resident) and Britt(She prefers the back porch). We will take a short break to browse the vapor shop. The pairing here will be a TBD rye whiskey.

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Triumph Brewery

The Triumph Brewery Company in New Hope was built from the bones of an old paper mill. There are plenty of haunted sites near the brewery, but we will focus on the hauntings in what is now the New Hope Arts Center. Its foundations date back to before the Revolutionary War…unexplained phenomena abound there even today! We will enjoy an autumn inspired cocktail in a skull glass to wrap up the evening.

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