The Eastwood Inn, Ligonier, PA

“There’s no sign—the neon letters marking the entrance burned out in 1941—just a stately home on a winding street just off the highway. You’re buzzed into the 75-year-old restaurant through a curved wooden door, stepping into a foyer flanked by mid-century motel-style chairs, paneled chestnut walls, brass chandeliers with translucent glass shades, and a massive flagstone fireplace.”