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Warwick Historical Society
Warwick's history of hospitality continues with the historical society's annual Tavern Night at Baird's Tavern on Saturday, March 4, from 6 to 9 p.m.
WARWICK — From the time that George Washington marched up King’s Highway from Philadelphia to Newburgh, Warwick has always been a welcoming destination for travelers in need of food, drink and a warm bed for the night.
There are receipts that attest to the general’s patronage of Baird Tavern which, since preserved by the Warwick Historical Society, looks today much as it did 250 years ago to the weary traveler.
At that time Baird Tavern did a brisk business due to the importance of the well-traveled crossroads on which it stands.
Warwick’s great history of hospitality continues with the historical society’s annual Tavern Night at Baird’s Tavern on Saturday, March 4, from 6 to 9 p.m.
Pub food will be provided by local restaurants such as Yesterday's, Halligan's, Noble Pies, Blarney Station and Jean Claude's Patisserie.
Wine, beer and other beverages will be flowing. Music by Mike and Anne Baglione will set the tone for a great celebration.
Tickets are $35 for historical society members, $50 for non-members and at the door, if space is still available. This event sells out fast. Call 845-986-3236 ext. 101 to reserve your tickets.