The restaurant building here dates back to 1827, and Cork Street Tavern by name to 1985. Two ghosts are said to reside here, John and Emily. John Mann’s spirit wears a long black frock coat, and Emily’s voice is often heard calling John’s name. The ghosts play tricks by moving objects within the restaurant and occasionally lock a patron in the women’s restroom; one more of the many interestings thing to note about this restaurant is that a female patron is said to stumble, but not fall, every day upon entering a certain part of the old section of the tavern.
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- 8 W Cork St
Winchester, VA 22601
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- 39.182249, -78.16666800000002
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