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Linglestown Gazette: Linglestown history - Eagle Hotel

Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Linglestown history - Eagle Hotel

The Eagle Hotel, located on the southeast corner of the Linglestown Square, was first known as the Bull Nose Tavern. It was a log building built sometime before 1845, and was used until about 1858, when the present building was built on the same site.

Source: Lower Paxton Township Bi-centennial 1767-1967, Triangle Press, Harrisburg, PA, 1967



At 1:54 PM, Anonymous pat said...

Had dinner at the Eagle last night and we loved it!! The food was great(as always) but they remodeled in there and it looks really nice! No smoking in the dining room and we had a really friendly waitress!! Will go back again-we really have been missing out on this gem!

At 2:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You will not be disappointed if you eat at the Eagle. The food is fantastic, really really good. I am a loyal customer and just dont want to go anywhere else because the food is so great at the eagle!The philly cheesesteak and the ribeye is a must. My wife loves the chicken imperial and crab cakes. GO-you will love it!

At 12:27 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Food is good but prices are silly steep. $12.00 crab cake sandwich come on you guys. Voted the best wings in 2008.. Time to take that award winning banner DOWN.... As far as the atmosphere fine if the owner Bill isn't their to change the TV station to watch what he wants on at any giving moment. The place should really loose all those horrible neon signs. As of our recent storm Don't get plummeted from the ice coming off that flat room at the entrance.


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