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Fraunces Tavern

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Lizbeth
Lizbeth
September 29, 2019
Address 54 Pearl St. Date 1719 Where it gets its name Named for Samuel Fraunces, who owned and operated the place as the Queen’s Head Tavern during the 18th century and who was later President Washington’s chief steward. What it was before Throughout most of the 19th century, the main building was…
Danielle
Danielle
April 09, 2019
NYC's longest-surviving restaurant!! George Washington apparently ate here.
Aathavan
Aathavan
September 24, 2018
Historical bar with links back to George Washington
Adamn
Adamn
December 27, 2017
Amazing piece of history - George Washington's favorite NYC taverns. Built in 1719, it is one of Manhattan's oldest buildings. The whiskey bar near the entrance, with it's plush chairs, fire place, and attentive bartender, is an easy place to spend for several hours with friends. There is sometimes…
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July 03, 2017
Samuel Fraunces first purchased the property at 54 Pearl Street in 1762, and revelers have been drinking their cares away at Fraunces Tavern ever since. There’s plenty of history within these hallowed halls: British forces shot a cannonball through the roof in 1775, George Washington raised a glass…
Position
54 Pearl Street
Manhattan, NY 10004
Telefon+1 212-968-1776
Drifttimmar statusStängt · Öppnar 11:00 AM