Wonderful Day Visiting Zanesville, Ohio’s Antique Stores
We started on the the trip visiting Zanesville, Ohio. Our first stop was for lunch at Muddy Miser’s on the river. This place was very inviting and had a lot of history on how the name began. We were seated indoors, but there is an outdoor patio where you can eat and drink by the river. We had our choice of the Chicken & White Fish Sandwiches. The appetizer was slice mushroom with a in house sauce which was excellent! We give this place 5 stars!
Our next stop was the Adam Cotrill Sculpture Studio (bronze statue & molding museum). There were a vast variety of hand sculpted bronze busts & statues. This place was awesome. We highly recommend visiting this artistic museum!
Our next stop was at The Towne House 2nd Floor, a two story antique store. This antique store had a variety of nostalgic item and treasures. We really enjoyed this place.
We then went on to Slack’s Book Barn. This was also a two story book barn with a variety of new and old books. I found a novel from a 1977 movie wrote by Peter Benchley “The Deep”. Still looking for my hardcover from him “Jaws”!
Our last stop was at Tom’s Ice Cream Bowl. We had a couple Sundaes they were loaded to the top! This place was nostalgic and a great place to eat ice cream.
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