New England’s Colonial Inns & Taverns



“This book is a cozy nook within New England Americana” The Source, Madison, Connecticut

Newport’s White Horse Tavern once served grog to pirates. Paul Revere and his buds drank at Boston’s Warren Tavern. Vermont’s Equinox Inn hosted Ethan Allen’s Green Mountain Boys.

The six-state region that is New England is home to some of America’s oldest inns and taverns-among the most historic and storied public houses in the country.There is nothing more tried and true than a restaurant  or an inn that has been around for several hundred years. It’s easy to feel as if you have one back in time when you cross the threshold. There’s a sense of history, a colonial spirit and a very definite sense of place. All of these colonial inns and taverns help to tell New England’s remarkable story.