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Homestyle: This 18th century tavern is a must-visit restaurant when sightseeing in the City of Brotherly Love. Paul Revere stopped here to let people know about the closing of the port of Boston by the British Government. Established in 1773, it is not only a historic building, but a terrific place to eat. It is part of Independence National Historical Park and features seven dining rooms, a lovely and scenic garden, as well as three wine cellars. A variety of dishes are offered by owner and Executive Chef Walter Staib that use authentic 18th-century recipes to satiate both interested tourists and hungry locals.

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Local Expert Sharon Rigney Says:

Homestyle: "Try to sit outside in nicer weather to appreciate the city and the scenery."

Best for Homestyle Because: When you try the Colonial Turkey Pot Pie baked in a pewter dish, complete with tender chunks of turkey, mushrooms, and delicious veggies, you'll understand.

Lunch Menu

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Salads & Cold Platters
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Dinner Menu

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