Fraunces Tavern

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The landmark museum and restaurant Fraunces Tavern in New York City, played an important historic role both before and after the American Revolution. The tavern served as a headquarters for George Washington and a venue for peace negotiations with the British. It also housed several federal offices. Claiming to be Manhattan's oldest surviving building, the tavern is a tourist site and museum with various art exhibitions and artifacts.

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