Restaurant – The Tallmadge Room

Named in honour of Frederick Samuel Tallmadge, whose bequest allowed the Sons of the Revolution to acquire Fraunces Tavern in 1904, saving it from demolition, this oak-panelled room with its solid, old world furnishings and high eighteenth century windows, is the heart of the restaurant.


The menu, as befits the oldest bar-restaurant in New York City, has a traditional foundation including the famous chicken pot pie which may well have been enjoyed by one of the tavern’s early patrons, George Washington, along with more eclectic and contemporary dishes.

Take a look at the menus

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Food Menu Pg.1

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Food Menu Pg.2

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Drinks Menu Pg.1

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Drinks Menu Pg.2