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A playlist of 13 videos of the Pasfield House in the News.

Since opening the Pasfield House Inn has been featured on several television programs and news broadcasts. Owner Tony Leone is often interviewed by the local news about Pasfield House and community activities.

Select any of the news broadcast about the Pasfield House and its owner Tony Leone. Leone has done a lot to raise attention joining others in the effort that has revitalized the once deterioration near west Illinois State Capitol Neighborhood. Leone has appeared on local, central Illinois, national and now international television.

Pasfield House featured on varied television series

The Pasfield House was honored to be the featured on the popular Public Television Program Series “Illinois Stories” with Mark McDonald. The Pasfield House had a cameo appearance in a later show on a local historic site bus tour.

Bobby Flay
Tony Leone & Food Network Celebrity Chef Bobby Flay
The Food Network Channel came to the Pasfield House and film the popular Food Network Show “Throwdown with Bobby Flay”. The holiday show receive a great review by real TV Critics. Leone and Pease’s Candy Company owner Rob Flieser got to serve as Judges. Celebrity Chef Bobby Flay challenged Johanna Rossen in a holiday Gingerbread Throwdown. Rossen’s masterpiece subject was Lincoln Home – Bobby Flay brought with him his New Your style with a gigantic Empire State Building gingerbread replica. If you visit the Pasfield House Inn we’ll be happy to show you the fun event that was broadcast nationwide on the Food Network Channel.

Though you will not understand another TV Program filmed at the Pasfield House unless you are fluent in Japanese. The Toyko Braodcast System filmed a very popular long running doc-u-drama in Springfield featuring Lincoln sites. The star of the series, film director and entire crew stayed at the Pasfield House Inn while in town. They were so impressed with the beauty and classic look of the Pasfield House that they used as a backdrop for the White House during the Lincoln era.