Step back into time for a unique dining experience at the union hotel restaurant... The hotel was constructed of hemlock logs during the heyday of the Susquehanna canal (c. 1794). Some of the original canal beds still exist in front of the building. At one time the hotel probably played an important part in the lives of the people who journeyed up and down the river and canal. According to an old map, a sawmill was located on the run just north of the hotel, so during the old days, the hotel was ideally located. The Union Hotel Restaurant is a fine dining experience featuring a 1790's atmosphere complete with candlelight, warm hearths and food service catered by servers in colonial attire. The menu is superb, offering selections ranging from 28 oz. prime rib (King Cut) dinners to filet mignon, lobster tails, unusual pasta dishes, PLUS bear steaks, frog legs and 'gator tail (all in season).