• 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

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, Anaheim White House at Christmas

    This California mansion is known for its over-the-top Christmas decor.    See the Image

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, Anaheim White House, Exterior

    Built in 1909 as private residence, this structure was almost an antique store and was also spared demolition. It became a restaurant in the late 1980s.    See the Image

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, 1789 Restaurant, Dining Room

    When dining at the 1789 you might not feel like you're in the heart of Georgetown but perhaps stepping back in time.    See the Image

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, 1789, Dining Room 2

    This establishment was originally purchased by Archbishop John Carroll, Georgetown University's founder in 1789, the same year that the Constitution was adopted and Mayor Robert Peter incorporated…   See the Image

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, Mary Mahoney's Fountain

    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, Brigtsen's Front Door

    Owned and operated by Frank and Marna Brigtsen since 1986, Brigtsen's serves modern creole cuisine in a renovated Victorian cottage located in Uptown New Orleans.    See the Image

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, Mary Mahoney's Exterior

    This 1797 New Orleans home turned restaurant is constructed using hand-made brick, with wooden pegged columns of cypress. Slate for the roof came over as a ballast in the holds of French sailing…   See the Image