Philadelphia, PA is home to one of the most haunted eateries in the nation, City Tavern. Come Explore its spooky menu and other offerings with Haunted Journeys.
The City Tavern was constructed in 1773, but then fell into disrepair and then was damaged by fire in 1834. Finally, it was torn down in 1854. A replica was built on the original plot of land, and opened in time for the 1976 bicentennial. The building must have been close to the original, because two spirits came back to haunt the place. The first is a former waiter who died in 1790. Some say they have seen his bloody apparition. Another spirit, a bride-to-be who perished in the fire of 1834 is said to be seen on the second floor, still dressed in her white gown with a long train in tow.
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