Top Haunted Dining Locations in New York [LIST]
If you're looking to get away for your house Halloween night, why not going out to dinner and why not make it haunted?
Do you like to get scared but you've already done all of the haunted hayrides in the area? Looking for something for "real?" Check out one of these restaurants in our area that's actually haunted. The full list is up on the New York Upstate website, I just took the few that were closest to us.
- Bull's Head Inn, Cobleskill: Since it was built in 1802, it has been "a town hall, a courthouse and meeting hall, an inn, a residence and, since the 1960s, an inn again." The former owner's wife was a member of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union so they say to be careful if you decide to have a drink inside. People have said that they've seen "a woman wearing a white gown moving around the central staircase" who flips napkins, slams doors, and more.
- Grapevine Farms, Cobleskill: The original owners are buried on the farm and some say that they still roam the halls and staircases. Other reports are of small children running around.
- Historic Hotel, Broadalbin: The hotel was once a Keeley Cure inebriate hospital in 1895 that provided treatment to alcoholics. One of the doctors supposedly created the "gold cure" that was called “unmitigated charlatanry and quackery” by the community. Now, people have said that they've seen ghosts in military uniforms on the staircase and figures in the windows.
- The Sagamore, Bolton Landing: It's not a secret that this hotel is most likely haunted. Most of the sightings are said to be past guests and staff members. Specifically one named Lillian, in her 20s, who often stayed at the hotel. "She usually wears a pinkish brown dress with lace at the waist and sleeves" and stares at the lake. Also, a man named Walter who stands near the elevators.