Oldestone Opens In An 1872 Church in New Hope, PA

Oldestone Opens In a 1872 Old Stone Church in New Hope, PA

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Oldestone New American CuisinePhiladelphia, PA - Oldestone is now open in the former 1800s old stone church that was formerly the famous Marsha Brown's


Oldestone New American Cuisine in New Hope PA

This unique church turned restaurant has original church pews dating back to the 1800s, a 1920s authentic jazz-age bar, floor to ceiling stained glass, a 30 foot mural above the dining room, working church bells, gold railings, crystal chandeliers, and even chandeliers featured in the Keanu Reeves movie John Wick 3 (they are even in the movie's posters). 

Oldestone brings new life back to the church space that was Marsha Brown's, which closed as the start of the pandemic. This brings a new business to the main strip of restaurant row in New Hope - and it activates one of the most notable restaurant spaces in the tri-state region and country.

For Oldestone, look for New American cuisine by Executive Chef Seth Wheeler, plus a selection of top hits from the Marsha Brown's recipe catalog, that the new owners bought. The cocktail program is designed by an industry veteran last at Barkley Prime. The owners are four business partners, who are all connected through New Hope's Greenhouse restaurant. For them, this is their single largest project to date!




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