Inside: Limoncello at the Orange Inn
Having been visited by many famous people‑ from George Washington to Bing Crosby— the building that houses Limoncello in Goshen is a local landmark.
The building itself dates back to 1790. During the Civil War, the Orange Inn was often used as a haven for escaped slaves.
Back in the 1990s, it was one of the area’s most popular local bars. But, it has come a long way from a jukebox, pool tables and Quick Draw.
These days, Limoncello at the Orange Inn offers fine dining in a charmingly historic setting. (You may still see some locals, but they won’t be rocking their Ramones T-shirt and Converse at this location anymore.)