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The Oldest Bars In America You Can Still Visit Today

The White Horse Tavern (1673) - Newport, Rhode Island: Known for its colonial charm and historic significance.

The Bell in Hand Tavern (1795) - Boston, Massachusetts: A lively bar with a storied past, frequented by famous historical figures.

Fraunces Tavern (1762) - New York City, New York: A Revolutionary War-era tavern with a museum and restaurant.

McGillin's Olde Ale House (1860) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: One of the oldest continuously operating bars in the city.

The Horse You Came In On Saloon (1775) - Baltimore, Maryland: Claims to be the last place Edgar Allan Poe was seen before his death.

The Green Dragon Tavern (1657) - Boston, Massachusetts: A gathering place for the Sons of Liberty during the American Revolution.

 The Old '76 House (1755) - Tappan, New York: Known for its colonial history and connections to Benedict Arnold.

The Union Oyster House (1826) - Boston, Massachusetts: The oldest continuously operating restaurant in the U.S.