City Tavern - Philadelphia, PA
Want to travel through time? City Tavern might be your best bet with its culinary experience inspired by the customs and foods of 18th century Colonial America. The original building/location was built in 1772 (four years before another very significant event). There was a celebration there by the delegates to the Congress on the first anniversary of our country's independence. And it was a popular dining spot for people such as George Washington (remember him?) during the late 1700s. Today, history still oozes through the place. The waitresses are dressed as decked out in Colonial garb and the food is faithful to its origins. Pecan biscuits? Thomas Jefferson's favorites.
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