Built in 1764, this is the oldest continuously run inn in Pennsylvania. It was named after the man who founded Sacramento in 1839, only to lose his home during the frenzy of the gold rush. He retired in Lititz while seeking to be reimbursed by Washington. The inn is on the main square of Lititz, within easy walking distance of the historic district. The 1764 Restaurant ($$–$$$) offers fine dining with an artistic flourish; favorite selections include crab cakes, rack
of lamb, and Pennsylvania trout. In warm weather the brick patio is a favorite dining spot.