Date: March 9, 2019
Time: 6:00-10:00 PM
Gadsby's Tavern was originally constructed c. 1785, and previous buildings on the site also housed taverns and lodgings. Mr. John Gadsby took control of the property in 1796 and ran his tavern at the site for about 12 years. Today, the original Tavern building functions as the Gadsby's Tavern Restaurant, and the neighbouring former City Hotel, which John Gadsby leased and ran as part of his holdings, is the Gadsby's Tavern Museum, hosting a number of events in the reconstructed ballroom (the original ballroom was sent to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1917). Our dinner will be in a historic room in the Tavern portion.
Wait service, starting with drink orders, will begin at 6:30 pm.