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By Melody Beuzelin
Dig In at America’s Most Haunted Eateries
Grab a bite after a long day of adventuring — and make room at your table for some friendly ghosts! Try something unexpected on your next Club Wyndham vacation and let your imagination run wild at one of these local watering holes in Colorado, Hawaii, or Louisiana known for their unique history and occasional paranormal activities.
1. Estes Park, Colorado
The Whiskey Bar & Lounge at The Stanley Hotel 333 Wonderview Avenue
Estes Park, CO 80517
Explore the real-life inspiration for Stephen King’s The Shining at The Stanley Hotel by dining in one of the four on-site restaurants followed by an exhilarating guided ghost tour. Then head to the Whiskey Bar & Lounge for a nightcap — it has Colorado’s largest selection of whiskey and scotch, more than 1,200 different types from all over the world.
The Dole Plantation Grille 64-1550 Kamehameha Highway
Wahiawa, HI 96786
While touring the iconic Dole Plantation, stop by the Dole Plantation Grille to refuel. You’ll find island favorites like Kailua Pork and fried seafood, but don’t be surprised if you see objects moving from the corner of your eye or shadowy apparitions in the hallways.
Muriel’s Jackson Square 801 Chartres Street
New Orleans, LA 70116
Dine among resident ghosts at Muriel’s Jackson Square. They welcome these kindred spirits to dine, and there’s always a table reserved for ghost Pierre Antoine Lepardi Jourdan, whose home the restaurant once was. Stop by for their popular Sunday jazz brunch, or try the catfish at dinner.