Fraunces Tavern Museum

54 Pearl Street Lower Manhattan
New York, New York 

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Fraunces Tavern

Get a pot pie (one of George Washington’s favorite meals) and other traditional and modern American dishes at New York’s oldest and most historic bar and restaurant. Established in 1763, this favorite drinking spot of Alexander Hamilton and the site of Washington’s famous farewell address to soldiers after the Revolutionary War now is part restaurant, part museum. Outdoor seating available.

Period rooms host an extensive collection of Colonial America, Revolutionary War, and Early Republic artifacts including portraits of Washington, a lock of his hair, early American flags and other mementos.

Restaurant:
Sunday – Wednesday 11:30 am – Late
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 11:30 am – Late

Museum
Wednesday-Sunday 12 – 5 pm