Union Oyster House, Jacob Wirth, Amrheins are some of the Oldest Bars in Boston

The Oldest Bars in Boston

Union Oyster House, Jacob Wirth, Amrheins are some of the Oldest Bars in Boston

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The Oldest Bars in Boston

Built in the Green Dragon Tavern was a favorite for the likes of Paul Revere, John Adams and John Hancock. Historians consider it to be the "headquarters of the American Revolution".

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The Oldest Bars in Boston

The Oldest Bars in Boston

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Boston, Ma., 12/29/17, The Bell in Hand. Three pubs lay claim to the oldest in Boston -- the Warren Tavern in Charlestown, and the Bell in Hand and the Green Dragon near Haymarket.

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Three pubs lay claim to the oldest in Boston -- the Warren Tavern in Charlestown, and the Bell in Hand and the Green Dragon near Haymarket.

Union Oyster House, Boston. This pre-Revolutionary New England dining spot—located along the Freedom Trail—has been serving food since 1826, making it America’s oldest continuously operating restaurant. The oyster bar, where senator Daniel Webster was a frequent customer, still functions in its original position in the restaurant. Be sure to stop in for a cup of classic clam chowder or a raw-bar treat next time you’re in Boston.

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