• Restaurants in Former Homes, 5 & 10 Exterior

    The kitchens of these unique structures once hosted single families, road-weary travelers and even framers of the Constitution. Their doors are now open to you. And, there's a cool treehouse at the…   See the Gallery

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, 1789 Restaurant

    This Washington, D.C. eatery is located in a Federal-style house in residential Georgetown, and is filled with American antiques, period equestrian and historical prints and Limoges china.    See the Image

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, Table & Main, Bourbon Bar

    Located in Roswell, Ga., Table & Main boasts a fine selection of bourbons. We think it complements the Southern cuisine quite nicely.    See the Image

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, Table & Main, Dining Room

    When these structures were built there was an expectation of family meals, and now they churn out hundreds by the week.    See the Image

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, Table & Main, Exterior

    Located on Canton Street in historic Roswell, Table & Main seems like it has been there for years.    See the Image

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, Table & Main, Front Porch

    We love this Roswell, Ga., restaurant's attractive front porch with its tongue-and-groove ceiling, shutters and sconces.    See the Image

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, Anaheim White House, Dining Room

    When these structures were built there was an expectation of family meals, and now they churn out hundreds by the week. This one is situated in a mansion in Anaheim, Calif.   See the Image

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, Redwoods Treehouse, Exterior

    This treehouse in New Zealand is not only a restaurant but also a private events facility.    See the Image

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, Redwoods Treehouse, Dining Room

    This treehouse restaurant is able to seat up to 32 guests and it located about 45 minutes north of Auckland, New Zealand.    See the Image

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, 1789 Restaurant Front Door

    When these structures were built there was an expectation of family meals, and now they churn out hundreds by the week. Blink and you might miss this Georgetown establishment.    See the Image