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World’s most haunted restaurants that you can dine in
Fancy eating at some of the most haunted restaurants in the world? If yes, then we have you covered. While food is one of the most important parts of travel, it translates into a different experience altogether when a traveller can dine in haunted restaurants in his world trips.
Apart from great food, there are ghost stories to give you all the chills and thrills from the place also adding on to the experience. While visiting haunted places around the world is becoming a trend among travellers these days, we have compiled the list of some of the most haunted restaurants around the world for making your travel experiences even better. Who knows, you might even come across as an apparition while dining. My advice is, count that as an experience to add to your kitty of travel stories rather than as one scary experience!
Stone’s Public House, US
Located right in the heart of the New England neighborhood of United States’ Massachusetts, the Stone’s Public House is a famous restaurant, known for its delectable offerings of shepherd’s pie, and fish and chips. However, this age-old restaurant, built-in 1834 by John Stone, has been in the news for being haunted as well. In fact, a few psychics have marked this restaurant as the home of several spirits for years. Reportedly, the current assistant manager of the restaurant refuses to spend nights at the inn here. According to him, while he was working once, a handful of bird seeds fell from the holes in the ceiling out of nowhere; an incident that left him all spoked evidently.
Marsden Grotto Restaurant, England
Located in England’s coastal town of South Shields, the Marsden Grotto Restaurant is one of the cave bars that deserves to be experienced by travelers for its ambiance and food. But then, this English pub carved out of a cliff face, is known to be haunted for years now. It is believed that the restaurant-cum-pub is being haunted by John the Jibbler, who was reportedly murdered by other smugglers in this place. Diners visiting this restaurant have often reported sightings of ashtrays flying into or smashing against the walls!
Buma Inn, China
The Buma Inn in Beijing is famous for its in-house dining venue, also famous for offering some of the most delectable Chinese food in the city. However, this restaurant also attracts a huge number of visitors since it is rumored to be haunted by the spirit of a diner, who was reportedly poisoned by the once-head-chef of the restaurant! According to the legends, the head chef stabbed himself to death thereafter. But then, it is believed that the diner’s spirit still haunts the restaurant and the inn, looking for the head chef in order to seek out revenge.
Nottingham Road Hotel, Restaurant and Pub, South Africa
Known for its spirited and vibrant environment by the day, Nottingham Road Hotel, Restaurant and Pub, is a rugby pub hangout that is quite popular among travellers who visit the town of Kwazulu-Natal in South Africa. However, this place is reported to turn into a place of hauntings by a woman named Charlotte, who is said to have been once involved with a soldier and died in this place. Guests living at the hotel and diners coming in for a meal at the restaurant have often reported seeing the woman haunting the place as a translucent apparition.
Poogan’s Porch, US
This quaint restaurant in South Carolina city’s Charleston neighborhood has been famous for its country cuisine and has always attracted travelers to dine in. Established in 1976, this historic restaurant is also prey to hauntings by the rumored ghost of Zoe St. Armand who is reportedly sighted wandering the space in a black dress. The general manager of the restaurant has been quoted as saying that the woman is often seen in the front dining room looking for her sister.
On – 11 Dec, 2017 By Samonway Duttagupta