• Abandoned
  • Battlefield
  • Bed & Breakfast
  • Brewery
  • Bridge
  • Cemeteries
  • Church
  • Farm
  • Firehouse
  • Fort
  • Haunted
  • Historic House
  • Historic Structure
  • Historical Event
  • Hotel
  • Inn
  • Landmark
  • Legends & Lore
  • Library
  • Lighthouse
  • Lost Place
  • Mill
  • Monument
  • Museums
  • Native American
  • Park
  • Railway Station
  • Restaurant
  • Revolutionary War
  • Road
  • Roadside Attraction
  • Ruins
  • Schoolhouse
  • Shopping
  • Tavern
  • Theater
  • Tours
  • True Crime

Opened in 1900, the Casino in New Paltz, New York attracted crowds so large that the local trolley had to run late cars to bring everyone home after a night of partying and dancing on the open second-floor pavilion. By 1925, the trolley had closed and automobile popularity took the crowds elsewhere and the site would become a clothing store, real estate office, and more before a couple of Mohonk employees named Pat and George bought the place in 1947 and turned it into Pat & George’s, a popular grill that the locals would refer to as P&G’s. A nickname they officially adopted in 1980 and is still alive and well today.

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