SOUTH WHITEHALL TWP., Pa. - After more than 250 years in business, a local inn-turned-restaurant has closed its doors for good.
And now everything must go!
Over the summer, it was announced that the King George Inn in South Whitehall Township, Lehigh County, was closing up shop.
Later this month, the contents of the restaurant will be auctioned off including collectibles, stained glass lamps, autographed photos and industrial kitchen equipment.
The auction will be held at the inn on December 17th.
You can find more information about the items up for bid by clicking here.
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