Richmond Hotel

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The Richmond Hotel is a casual restaurant in an historic building in Bangor, PA. The owner, Debbie, has worked there for 26 years, and has owned it for the last 14. She’s told us that she’s seen orbs, people have had their backs touched by unseen hands, and the voice of a little girl inexplicably emanates from the kitchen. Doors open and close by themselves.

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8491 S Delaware Dr
Bangor, PA 18013
United States

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40.84560243231101, -75.14280143386713
Northampton County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
East Bangor, PA (3.2 mi.)
Belvidere, NJ (3.6 mi.)
Bangor, PA (3.6 mi.)
Factoryville, PA (3.8 mi.)
Ackermanville, PA (4.0 mi.)
Roseto, PA (4.5 mi.)
Martins Creek, PA (4.9 mi.)
Hutchinson, NJ (5.0 mi.)
Brainards, NJ (5.2 mi.)
Delaware, NJ (5.2 mi.)

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    • Open Tuesday thru Thursday 3 to 10. Friday and Saturday 12 till 2. Depending on crowd. Sunday 12 till 9. Depending on crowd j

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