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America's Strangest Restaurants

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Reservation for two, party of kitsch, your table is ready at these strange restaurants.

Bors Hede Inne, Carnation, WA

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Books are great, but given the option, wouldn’t you rather eat your history lesson? As centerpiece to the Camlann Medieval Village, a living-history museum portraying an English village circa 1376, the Bors Hede Inne (that would be “Boar’s Head Inn” for those not inclined toward Ye Olde English) offers troubadour waiters in period costume and a roaring fire, as well as actual 14th-century recipes like fenberry pye (pork, chicken, and cranberries) and sanc dragon (chicken in a cinnamon and almond sauce). Sure beats a Ren Faire turkey leg. camlann.org

What to Eat: Coudre in temp de noir (salmon in a hazelnut sauce).

America's Strangest Restaurants

Bors Hede Inne, Carnation, WA

Books are great, but given the option, wouldn’t you rather eat your history lesson? As centerpiece to the Camlann Medieval Village, a living-history museum portraying an English village circa 1376, the Bors Hede Inne (that would be “Boar’s Head Inn” for those not inclined toward Ye Olde English) offers troubadour waiters in period costume and a roaring fire, as well as actual 14th-century recipes like fenberry pye (pork, chicken, and cranberries) and sanc dragon (chicken in a cinnamon and almond sauce). Sure beats a Ren Faire turkey leg. camlann.org

What to Eat: Coudre in temp de noir (salmon in a hazelnut sauce).

Courtesy of Bors Hede Restaurant
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