Silent-film star Mary Pickford once graced the halls of The Bernards Inn, as did other silver-screen personalities of that era, such as sisters Norma and Constance Talmadge, Irish-born silent star Tom Moore, and screen legend Stuart Holmes.The eclectic grouping of thespians seems appropriate for The Bernards Inn, currently celebrating its 100-year anniversary, because the restaurant’s own dramatic history seems ripe for the silver screen.Based in Bernardsville, N.J., and originally twice its ...

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