The Orange Inn has been a long time fixture in the Village of Goshen, NY. A courthouse, turned post office, turned inn, in a building that dates back to the 1700s. The inn was one of the oldest operating inns around, up until the early 2000s. The inn boasted guests from the likes of George Washington, to James Cagney. Guests would often stay at the inn during functions, at the then thriving Trotters race track located across the street. Limoncello has been operating out of the historic Orange Inn building for close to ten years. Now, the restaurant thrives in the walls of history, and memories past, while creating new memories daily with Goshen local residents, and friends from far away. Featuring three private dining rooms, patio and a full bar.
Goshen is a small New York town, about an hour and a half out of New York City. Goshen is comprised of a mostly flat general area, accompanied by gently rolling hills along the village border. Not quite "upstate" but characterized by its green scenery, bike paths, and historic locations.