Tag: Auberge Provencale


This Week in Chester History…

In 1960, the Duncan Hines travel book Adventures in Good Eating named Auberge Provençale and the Harvest House as recommended restaurants. The 416-page guide contained 4500 listings — culled from “half a million eating and lodging places in North America,” reported the Observer-Tribune


This Week in Chester History…

Even back in 1960, Chesterites had their share of notable eateries. In her second of two reviews, Pamela Cahill spotlighted the two most well-known spots, Auberge Provençale and Larison’s Turkey Farm. The detailed profiles of all five restaurants are well worth the read in the Observer-Tribune.


This Week in Chester History…

In 1960, Roy H. Park, editor-in-chief of Duncan Hines Institute, announced that two Chester eateries Auberge Provencale and The Harvest House would be included in the 1961 edition of Adventures in Good Eating. The restaurants are among 4,500 establishments recommended by Duncan Hines in the new travel book. Source: Observer-Tribune