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New York’s oldest restaurant is so iconic, George Washington celebrated winning the Revolutionary War there — here’s what it’s like

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Fraunces Tavern in New York’s Financial District is the city’s oldest restaurant by far, dating back to the 1700s.

First built in 1719 and having served as the stage for some of American history’s greatest figures like George Washington, Samuel Adams, and Paul Revere, the restaurant exudes history from every wooden bench.

There are tributes to history all over the restaurant and the museum upstairs, now owned by the Sons of the Revolution, a fraternal organization of descendants of members of the Revolutionary War.

We recently visited the tavern to see what it’s like.

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Source : BusinessInsider.Com





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