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The Porterhouse at Fraunces Tavern

American, Historic Site, Brewery
$ $ $
54 Pearl St (at Broad St)
New York, NY 10004
(212) 968-1776
Monday
11:30am - 2:30am
Tuesday
11:30am - 2:30am
Wednesday
11:30am - 2:30am
Thursday
11:30am - 2:30am
Friday
11:30am - 2:30am
Saturday
11:30am - 2:30am
Sunday
11:30am - 2:30am

Menu

Tips

  • This restaurant has a false wooden tooth which purportedly once belonged to the Father of our Country.
  • PHOTO: In 1975 a bomb exploded in Fraunces Tavern. Four people were killed and more than 50 were injured. The FALN, a Puerto Rican nationalist group claimed responsibility. Photo at the link!
  • Famous as the site of George Washingtons farewell speech to his troops, its a fine place to raise a glass and toast the founding father with one of the house brews.
  • Little known fact: George Washington used to slam Jger bombs here.
  • Management is wonderful. All different rooms in which to sit. Can be very romantic or perfect for a group. A special historical New York moment.
  • Constructed in 1719 of yellow brick imported from Holland. Originally named the Queen's Head tavern in an open jab at the British monarchy during the Revolution. Learn more about the site via our blog
  • Bangers & Mash are awesome
  • Eggs weren't cooked, lots of flies and dirty glasses. Curious as to how they got the A rating.
  • Don't be tricked by the brunch deal- the service is TERRIBLE!!!
  • George Washington drank here.
  • $25 prix fix for app, main dish and bottomless bloodies, mimosas and bellinis.
  • Great place for wifi after 9pm
  • If it was up to par for George Washingtonhe famously toasted to his officers in the taverns long room in 1784its good enough for us. Youll feel proud just sitting there.
  • Great classic bar.
  • This building was once a gathering place for George Washington and many other American Revolutionary leaders. WOW!
  • Great beers! Perfect after wrapping up the museum tour!
  • Not what it was when it first reopened. Went last night, the experience was very disappointing. Main dining room they put in new hideous furniture and service was terrible. Menu changed too, no bueno.
  • Flatbread and truffle fries are tasty snack options on the bar menu.
  • The Chef's Table here is one of our "offices away from our office." Fine service and scrumptious menu.
  • I like this place.

Nearby places

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