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This is the oldest Tavern in NYC. It's not on most people's list of places to visit in NYC, but if you like history it's a cool place to stop in for an hour. There's a museum and a restaurant/bar. Wall Street is a fun neighborhood to visit on Summer Weekends.
First established in 1762, this use to be George Washington’s favorite hideout. It offers over 200 whiskeys, 130 craft beers and ciders, and a handful of signature and classic cocktails, and there’s live music on the weekends.
Old of the oldest taverns in NYC and a nice place to grab a drink in one of three bars
Longest standing traverse/restaurant in the USA. Apparently George Washington ate heard. Highly recommended. Great downtown spot
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…
George Washington bade farewell to his officers of the Continental Army in this bar. Great beer and whisky, too.
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“Fresh, big portions, and inexpensive! Great lunch specials, and one of the best go-to restaurants, and it is just around the corner. Try the Ginger King chicken or Pad Se Ew!”
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“Lighthouse is not a dine-in restaurant. You can only order your food and leave. However, it is one of my favorite places to get food. The lines to get food from here are always long, and your food is made to order. So, you know you're getting hot food. ”
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“Delmonico’s boldly bills itself as “America’s first restaurant.” The original opened on South Williams Street in 1837, and though it hasn’t been open continuously, or been operated by the same family since then, it still retains plenty of that old history. It takes the credit for inventing baked Alaska and eggs benedict, alongside lobster Newburg, chicken a la Keene, and of course the Delmonico steak.”
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“This place is a must if you're hungry while visiting Grand Central Station. It's a Nordic foodhall with various small plate options. The savory porridge and flatbread is great. A good breakfast place, with plenty of seats and oddly quiet for such a touristy location.”
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