- The Colonial (Indianapolis, Indiana), listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in Indiana
- The Colonial (Mansfield, Ohio), listed on the NRHP in Ohio
- Colonial Country Club (Fort Worth), a golf course in Texas
- Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, a PGA golf tournament at the club sometimes referred to as "The Colonial"
- Colonial Country Club (Memphis), a golf course in Tennessee
- Inmobiliaria Colonial, a Spanish corporation, which includes companies in the domains of real estate
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“People who live in quiet, remote places are apt to give good dinners. They are the oft-recurring excitement of an otherwise unemotional, dull existence. They linger, each of these dinners, in our palimpsest memories, each recorded clearly, so that it does not blot out the others.”
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