A Flash of Color: Early American Flags and Standards - The Kathryn & Shelby Cullom Davis Center for American History, FRAUNCES TAVERN® MUSEUM
Over forty of the more than 200 flags from the collection are on display in the Kathryn & Shelby
The Tavernis the heart of Fraunces Tavern, spacious, atmospheric and home to a sensational selection of beers from home and abroad. The The Tavern’s Happy Hour is now legendary and it’s also a favourite venue for the best in Irish traditional
The Bourbon lounge is a true oasis and a favourite refuge to folks who want to withdraw a little from the busy and notoriously sociable bar scene downstairs. Located on the second floor, it’s a place for relaxation, conversation or just lounging on
The most private of our rooms, this is a cosy and intimate venue that can accommodate up to 14 people high-top table for dining or meetings, and as many as 25 standing. The wine theme is evident in the cabinet displays of special vintages.
The largest restaurant area in the building is dominated by a mural of New York in 1717 painted in the 1980s and can accommodate 90 people or as many as 120 standing. With a beer hall atmosphere but elegantly furnished, the 18th
Named in honor of the picturesque town of Dingle in County Kerry, Ireland. The Dingle Whiskey bar is our most intimate room in the restaurant. There are eight oversized leather chairs placed by a roaring fire and a booth on either side of the
With four large screens and plenty of great beers on tap, Lafayette’s Hideout, at the back of the building, is sports central! It also has its own entrance off Water Street for those don ‘t want to be distracted from getting to see the game.
Named in honour of one of our early patrons, the Washington Room is luxuriously appointed with a vast and elegant table, crystal chandeliers and an antique fireplace. With a real sense of history, it can accommodate up to 24 people for conferences