The Presidential Culinary Museum® and Collections

The Presidential Culinary Museum & Collections are in the town named after the President of the United States of America - "Grover," in Cleveland County, North Carolina. The museum is one-of-a-kind in America and features a former White House Chef as the Senior Curator, Martin CJ Mongiello. It showcases first family china, artifacts, White House, Camp David, Air Force One and Marine Corps One memorabilia with support of collections from the National Archives and five former Presidents. It is located inside the historic mansion of The Inn of the Patriots. Included are also tenants of the Presidential Culinary Library holdings and The Presidential Service Center honoring the White House Military Office Presidential Service Badge (PSB) holders and Alumni members. Inn of the Patriots by Kings Mountain Have a White House Chef cook for you at a 2015 Zagat rated 26 out of 30 ranked, Extraordinary to Perfection. As seen on TV worldwide, The TODAY Show, as a prize on Wheel of Fortune and in FOOD TV Network Magazine. BEST IN THE WORLD for HISTORY winner, BEST in the SOUTH and the 2015 NC Green Travel Council award! Tour the Presidential Culinary Museum featuring Inside the Presidents Cabinet TV show. Enjoy our all new hands-on, LIVE, Culinary Institute. 50 GBps lightning free Wi-Fi, free business center with color printing and free ACN video phone conferencing with free parking. Six course breakfast included daily for two. Mongiello is a disabled and injured veteran of 21 years active duty service and retired from the US Navy. He is a verified alumni member of the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP), Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA), American Legion, National Veteran-Owned Business Association (NAVOBA) with movement, Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and The Disabled Veterans of America (DAV).