New York, NY
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Originally built in 1719 as a private residence for Stephan Delancey it was later sold to Samuel Fraunces who converted it into an Inn and Tavern. Among its famous visitors was Paul Revere who arrived in 1774 to meet with the NY Sons of Liberty. In the tavern's long room on the second floor (now a part of its museum) General Washington met with and dismissed the officers of the Continental army after the American Revolution (December 1783). The only things better than the history are the pub eats and live music!
Sunday
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Monday
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Tuesday
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2:00 am
Wednesday
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Thursday
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Friday
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2:00 am
Saturday
11:00 am
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2:00 am
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