Welcome to The Warren Tavern
A historic tavern in Charlestown, MA
The Warren Tavern is one of the most historic taverns in America. It is the oldest tavern in Massachusetts and was visited by many famous individuals including George Washington and Paul Revere.
The Warren Tavern was first erected in 1780 in Charlestown, MA. It was also one of the first buildings raised after Charlestown was sacked by the British.
George Washington stopped here for refreshments and conversation. Paul Revere considered it one of his favorite watering holes and George Washington’s funeral speech was given here.
The tavern is located on the cozy streets of Charlestown. It is both a staple for Charlestown residents as well as an exciting location for visitors who want drink and dine in the same place as our founding fathers.
Friday, September 4, 2015
1 pound of fresh native soft shell clams boiled in beer with garlic. Served with drawn butter.
Fresh Atlantic haddock broiled with lemon, butter, white wine and homemade Breadcrumbs. Served with mashed potatoes and green beans.
1 1/4 pound fresh boiled lobster served with corn on the cob, Baked potato, Cole slaw, watermelon and drawn butter.
Baked Chicken breast stuffed with herb cream cheese and wrapped in bacon. Served with croquette potato and summer vegetables.