The 76 HouseThe ‘76 House is New York’s oldest tavern; a three hundred year old structure lovingly restored to pristine condition by the Norden Family.

Listed as a National Landmark, the restaurant offers even more than historical significance. Today, patrons enjoy fabulous food prepared by our acclaimed chef in a comfortable and hospitable atmosphere. Four glowing fireplaces, live music, our famous Sunday brunch and eagerly anticipated monthly wine dinners have elevated the ’76 House to one of the area’s top dining destinations.

The 76 House InteriorThe Old ’76 House is not simply one of America’s oldest taverns. Built in 1668, The Old ’76 House had a profound effect on the outcome of The Revolutionary War. Through its long use as a meeting place for patriots, The Old ’76 House established itself as safe ground for Americans when the air was rife with revolution and the tavern itself served as the “prison” of the Revolution’s most notorious spy, Major John Andre.

That is why The Old ’76 House is often referred to as “Andre’s Prison”, not a real prison, in fact never having been a place of incarceration for anyone before or since. On the contrary, The Old ’76 House has been a haven for many a weary traveler for more than two hundred years.

Selections from The 76 House Menu:

  • Alligator Empanada – Spicy braised alligator folded in a traditional empanada, served with a tomato picante
  • Wild Boar Sausage – Homemade by Chef Mulholland, served over sweet onion and white bean cassoulet
  • Chinoise Salad – Home-roasted cashews, shaved Napa cabbage, romaine hearts, crisped wontons, carrot, red pepper and ginger-sesame vinaigrette
  • Eden Brook Trout Trieste – Locally raised, boneless Rainbow Trout served with olive oil, garlic and fresh herbs
  • Veal Schnitzel Caprese – Tender veal medallions, golden breaded and served over baby arugula, garnished with Jersey tomato and served with wedges of lemon
  • Cilantro-Lime Grilled Barramundi – Served over baby spinach with shaved Bermuda onion
  • Hudson Valley Pork Porterhouse – Grilled and served with our apple marmalade and mashed potato
  • Duckling Hamilton – Slow-roasted crisp Long Island duckling with an Orange-Grand Marnier sauce
  • Roast Amish Chicken – Amish raised free range chicken, slow roasted and finished with an American chicken gravy of fine herbs and wine
  • American Red Deer – Pan-seared axis venison finished with a lingonberry demi-glace and a wild mushroom ragout
    with a cranberry-chestnut stuffing.
  • New York Sirloin – We proudly present this hand selected, 21 day aged, Certified Black Angus Sirloin with our steak house creamed spinach, mashed potato and a touch of herbed compound butter