Reports say that when the building was under construction, a stone altar was found. The altar was believed to be as many as 2000 years old, used by Timucuan priests. Some say the altar may have brought its old spirits to the restaurant. It can be viewed in a garden near the restaurant’s front door.
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- 4927 Rt 19 South
New Port Richey, FL
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- 28.230892, -82.73133200000001
- Pinellas County, Florida
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