Hamilton restaurant group Genesis Hospitality purchased the Lambertville Station Restaurant and Inn located in Lambertville, according to a Nov. 9 announcement.
Lambertville Station, in operation for about 40 years, includes a fine dining restaurant and an inn housed in a restored 19th-century train station on 5 acres. It’s situated right alongside the Delaware & Raritan Canal State Park towpath and the Delaware River.
“The iconic Lambertville Station Restaurant and Inn is the perfect complement to our current family of properties,” said Eben Copple, culinary director for Genesis Hospitality, in a prepared statement. “Due to our experience with historic inns and restaurants, we have an immense appreciation for just how special it is to the people who have patronized Lambertville Station over the last few decades. We are excited to be part of this next chapter of their long, rich history.”
The 46-room Lambertville Station Inn joins the collection of historic inns and restaurants owned and operated by Genesis Hospitality, including The Peacock Inn and Perch Restaurant in Princeton and in Pennsylvania, Washington Crossing Inn in Washington Crossing and Yardley Inn in Yardley.
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