Fraunces Tavern Museum
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Fraunces Tavern information
Can you really pass up a chance to eat where George Washington (it's been documented) supped in 1762? Expect heaping portions of tavern stew, clam chowder, slow-roasted chicken pot pie, followed by a rather cheeky classic sundae for two (brownie bits, peanuts, bananas, cherries and hot fudge). The bar, filled with friendly locals, is great for a snack and a drink.