In the 1940s, the Garden State Park race track hosted some of the finest thoroughbred races in the nation, and its success sparked a wave of entertainment venues in Cherry Hill. From the Latin Casino supper club to the luxurious Rickshaw Inn with its legendary gold-plated roof, Cherry Hill was THE place to be. The once popular racetrack may no longer exist, but at William Douglas Steakhouse the allure and magic of that golden era is alive and well.
From the first step into William Douglas Steakhouse’s dining room, guests will delight in the charm and glamour of the past. The comfortable setting and equestrian décor will bring to mind the thoroughbreds of the race track’s heyday. Live jazz music on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays create a lively mood reminiscent of the era of the speakeasy.
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