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Revolutionary Restaurants

Nearly 250 years have passed since the Revolutionary War left its mark on Valley Forge and Montgomery County. While there have been a lot of changes over the centuries, there are still many reminders of the past, including restaurants that served both Patriots and Tories during the struggle for American independence.

Valley Forge - Black Powder Tavern

BLACK POWDER TAVERN

1164 Valley Forge Rd
Wayne

Legend holds that the Black Powder Tavern served as a site for George Washington's covert meetings and that it was designated as a secret black powder munitions stash. One thing we know for sure is that Black Powder Tavern is still a gathering place with great food and fine spirits more than 200 years after the encampment.

Savona Restaurant and Bar

SAVONA RESTAURANT & BAR

100 Old Gulph Rd
Gulph Mills

Savona Restaurant sits just down the road from the Overhanging Rock, site of a pre-Valley Forge encampment for the Continental Army. At one time, the building served as headquarters for Aaron Burr (you may remember him from Hamilton). Today, the restaurant offers modern cuisine and more than 1,200 wine selections in a historic atmosphere.

HISTORIC GENERAL WARREN RESTAURAN

HISTORIC GENERAL WARREN

9 Old Lancaster Rd
Malvern

While most Revolutionary-era sites trace their importance through the Americans, the General Warren (then the Admiral Warren Inne for the French & Indian War hero) was a Tory stronghold where British Loyalists were known to meet. Today the restaurant, which also operates as a bed and breakfast, offers both modern and traditional menu items.

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