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Old '76 House

Old '76 House

This great tavern has accommodated guests on various occasions, including the Continental Army's Commander-in-Chief General George Washington who, with his chief provisioner Samuel Fraunces, dined in the comfortable atmosphere of The Old '76 House. A restoration process was completed in 1986 to preserve the vast Revolutionary history of the tavern. In all, over two years of painstaking preservation work, research and modern construction went into forming what is now the '76 House-- restored to its former glory and, once again, a great American meeting place and restaurant. Special live music is offered in the restaurant Wednesday through Saturday.

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