, Kingston, NH


June 27, 2013

Kingston Chronicles


However, the restaurant was not very successful, and so George Swartz sold the 1686 House in the 1970’s to Peter Speliotis, who with his family, rehabilitated the failed restaurant into a successful business. This tradition has been carried on by his successor, steven Gillispie, who bought the building from the Speliotis Estate in 2000.

Today, as a family restaurant, the 1686 House enjoys high esteem, such as: “Good food, great service, fine dining experience, and lots of history” to go with it. The one I like the best is: “A favorite place to take the family out to dine and come back for more on Mother’s Day.”




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