Fraunces Tavern

Step back in time for your next NYC meal at Fraunces Tavern, a colonial tavern operating since 1762. This pre-revolutionary watering hole offers over 200 whiskeys, 130 craft beers and ciders and countless signature and classic cocktails. Enjoy a unique meal in the oldest standing structure in New York City.

Fraunces Tavern now occupies five buildings on the historic block to includes over eight dining spaces and nine museum galleries. During your visit you can see the site of George Washington’s final speech to his troops after the Revolutionary War and view a remarkable collection of war-era paintings. In the early days of Fraunces Tavern, it served as a meeting place for locals and travelers alike as well as organizations like the New York Chamber of Commerce, the New York Society Library, the Social Club, the Friendly Brother’s of Saint Patrick and the Saint Andrew’s Society.

During the war, the tavern served as a place of community for the British occupied city. Nine days after the British left New York, the final city to be evacuated, George Washington hosted his troops in the Long Room of Fraunces Tavern for an emotional farewell speech. Later, the tavern housed offices for the Dept. of Foreign Affairs, War Department and the Treasury. In 1788 it resumed its original function as a tavern and source of entertainment.

A visit to New York City requires a visit to this historic landmark that contains story after story with an exceptional role in our nation’s revolutionary period through today.

Hours: Monday-Friday: 12pm - 5pm; Saturday - Sunday: 11am - 5pm
Location: 54 Pearl St, New York, NY 10004

Step back in time for your next NYC meal at Fraunces Tavern, a colonial tavern operating since 1762. This pre-revolutionary watering hole offers over 200 whiskeys, 130 craft beers and ciders and countless signature and classic cocktails. Enjoy a unique meal in the oldest standing structure in New York City.

Fraunces Tavern now occupies five buildings on the historic block to includes over eight dining spaces and nine museum galleries. During your visit you can see the site of George Washington’s final speech to his troops after the Revolutionary War and view a remarkable collection of war-era paintings. In the early days of Fraunces Tavern, it served as a meeting place for locals and travelers alike as well as organizations like the New York Chamber of Commerce, the New York Society Library, the Social Club, the Friendly Brother’s of Saint Patrick and the Saint Andrew’s Society.

During the war, the tavern served as a place of community for the British occupied city. Nine days after the British left New York, the final city to be evacuated, George Washington hosted his troops in the Long Room of Fraunces Tavern for an emotional farewell speech. Later, the tavern housed offices for the Dept. of Foreign Affairs, War Department and the Treasury. In 1788 it resumed its original function as a tavern and source of entertainment.

A visit to New York City requires a visit to this historic landmark that contains story after story with an exceptional role in our nation’s revolutionary period through today.

Hours: Monday-Friday: 12pm - 5pm; Saturday - Sunday: 11am - 5pm
Location: 54 Pearl St, New York, NY 10004

ADULT:

$7.00

CHILD:

$4.00

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adult:

$7.00

child:

$4.00

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