The Tavern – Main Street

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222 East Main Street
Abingdon, VA 24210
Phone: (276) 628-1118
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Hours of Operation:
   4:30 PM-10:00 PM


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Historical Significance The Tavern - Abingdon Convention & Visitors Bureau

The Tavern, the oldest of Abingdon's historic buildings and one of the oldest west of the Blue Ridge, was built in 1779. The Tavern has had such guests as Henry Clay; Louis Philippe, King of France; President Andrew Jackson; and Pierre Charles L'Enfant, designer of Washington D.C.


The Tavern – Main Street Today

Welcome to The Tavern Restaurant, located in Abingdon's oldest building, built in 1779. The building was used from its beginning as a tavern and overnight inn for stagecoach travelers. Dining at The Tavern is a long-standing tradition in Abingdon, VA. Guests experience a friendly, relaxed and informal atmosphere. Casual attire. A diverse menu is offered, all entrees are prepared fresh at the time they are ordered. We have an extensive beer and wine list and full service bar. Gift Certificates are available. Corporate dining–Meetings-Entertainment. Special functions are available on Sundays. Indoor/Outdoor dining on our Porch and Courtyard. Wireless Internet. Reservations recommended. The Tavern Restaurant, a place where you can relax and enjoy fine food. Open Monday-Saturday 4:30-10 PM. Dinner, 5-9 PM.



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