Fraunces Tavern

Bar, Whisky Bar, Gastropub
$ $
54 Pearl St (at Broad St)
New York, NY 10004
(212) 968-1776
11:00am - 2:30am
11:00am - 2:30am
11:00am - 2:30am
11:00am - 2:30am
11:00am - 2:30am
11:00am - 2:30am
11:00am - 2:30am


  • George Washington drank here...
  • If this place was George Washington's favorite, then it's ok in our book! While it's known for its whiskey selection, the extensive beer list is not to be ignored. We usually go for the beer flights.
  • A whole lot of beer gets poured at Fraunces Tavern, established in 1762, but it's also a gathering spot for several cocktail and whiskey clubs. - From Eater NY
  • Try the leather boot!
  • This bar is as classy as they come. They have a whiskey tasting room, a formal dining area, and a large assortment of beer. There's even a small museum upstairs!
  • Highlights include the Long Room, where George Washington gave his final speech to his officers. Bonus: the museum is connected to an excellent old-school tavern and restaurant.
  • George Washington did something here.
  • This Revolutionary-era tavern was the site of George Washington's farewell address to his army officers, a murder/suicide, and a bombing. Footsteps and unexplained noises have been reported here.
  • George Washington drank here, back when cider was the drink of choice in what would become the United States
  • The hot apple cider is the best winter drink. George Washington agrees
  • Best hot apple cider! Gorgeous Christmas decorations
  • For the love of god, TRY THE SHEPHERD'S PIE!
  • Boo. Service meh, drinks meh, people watching meh. For history buffs and finance crowd only. Pass.
  • George Washington used to drink whiskey here. Happy hour seasonal brews and party platters are nice.
  • Nice pancakes on the brunch menu.
  • My new fav happy hour spot in FiDi. Great atmosphere/service. Yummy hot wings. Great cocktails for happy hour.
  • Great bar (and huge!) BTW - George Washington used to drink here. There is a museum upstairs
  • George Washington bid farewell to his troops here and it's still standing!
  • Great quick bite to get back to business. Get a free pass to go upstairs to see George Washington's visit there. Amazing artifacts and paintings.
  • Extremely extensive whiskey selection.

Nearby places

30 Water St (btwn Broad St & Coenties Slip)
95 Pearl St (at Stone St)
54 Pearl St (at Broad St)