City Tavern – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The City Tavern was constructed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1773. It was one of the finest buildings in the largest and most cosmopolitan North American city of the time. It arrived on the scene just in time for its date ...

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Stone’s Public House – Ashland, Massachusetts

The Railroad House was built by John Stone in 1834 to serve as an inn and restaurant for the brand new railway coming through town. It was very successful and was operated as an inn for many years. Eventually success tapered ...

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Max’s Taphouse – Baltimore, Maryland

Max's Taphouse can be found in the historic waterfront neighborhood of Fells Point in Baltimore, Maryland. Since the 1800's the building has served in various capacities as restaurant, boardinghouse, brothel, and chicken ...

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The Irish Lion – Bloomington, Indiana

The Irish Lion is a classic Irish pub set in a restored 1882 building that was originally a tavern. Rumor has it that at some point in history a brothel existed upstairs in what is now the banquet room. Some suspect that the ...

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Kitty Knight House – Georgetown, Maryland

The house that would be forever associated with Kitty Knight was built overlooking the Sassafras river on the Eastern Shore of Maryland in the late 1700's. It would have been burned to the ground by British forces on May 6, ...

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