Skip to main content

Tag: Fraunces Tavern

Flag Buffs Will Delight At Fraunces Tavern Museum’s Two New Exhibitions

History nerds, mark your calendars: On Friday, April 2, Fraunces Tavern Museum debuts two new exhibitions, each a study of flags and popular emblems...

FRAUNCES TAVERN: Learn To Make Their Slow-Roasted Chicken Pot Pie + Chocolate Sticky Toffee Pudding

Support local restaurants and their chosen food-security charities from the comfort of your home through "Dine Around Downtown: Cooking At Home"...

How To Make Two Of Fraunces Tavern’s Tastiest Dishes

The Downtown Alliance’s "Dine Around Downtown: Cooking At Home Edition" returns on Thursday, February 25, with Fraunces Tavern Executive Chef Jose...

Be Like George Washington And Grab A Small-Batch Brew To-Go From Fraunces Tavern

Fraunces Tavern is a local treasure for history buffs and fans of good beer alike. Its origins date back to before the American Revolution, and it...

Dig Into Alexander Hamilton’s Jewish (???) Roots At Fraunces Tavern

The details of founding father Alexander Hamilton’s life were recently unspooled in the hit musical “Hamilton,” but a lecture hosted by...

‘Washington’s Nemesis’ Exhibit Is The Stuff Of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Dreams

The Fraunces Tavern Museum (54 Pearl Street), maintaining its dedication to showcasing the history of the American Colonial era, will soon host a...

Fraunces Tavern Museum Reopens With A Celebration Of America’s Taverns, Too

History heads, hoist a pint in celebration: The historic Fraunces Tavern Museum is reopening on September 16. As museums across Lower Manhattan...

Black Presence At The Battle Of Bennington: Fraunces Tavern’s Online Lecture

On Thursday, August 20 at 6:30p, Fraunces Tavern Museum will host a Zoom lecture on “The Black Presence at the Battle of Bennington,” by Vermont...

Fraunces Tavern Returns With Outdoor Dining, Virtual Trivia Night

You can stop staring longingly at the Lego replica of Fraunces Tavern (54 Pearl Street), because you can once again frequent the real thing. The...

John Adams Criticized Abigail For Reading Too Much. Then They Got Married.

If you and your boo have little interest in the special menus being served up across Lower Manhattan for Valentine’s Day, it's understandable:...