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The folks at the Hanover Tavern were rock stars for our son’s wedding ceremony and reception. All of the food was amazing and everyone raved about it. The Carriage House venue was beautiful and the historic tavern so interesting and comfortable.
Great lunch quickly served. We had a program at the courthouse and then a presentation at the tavern, after which we had lunch. We were in a bit of a time crunch, but even with an appetizer the food was served quickly. The spiced peaches...More
If you are looking for a good crab cake with very little filler this is s good spot to try. I like their regular coffee here too although the decaffeinated is not that flavorful. Attentive waitress without being intrusive.
If you love and appreciate history, you will really enjoy a visit to the Hanover Tavern. It was constructed in 1723 and has been graced by the presence of Washington, Jefferson, LaFayette, Patrick Henry, and other significant historical figures from the Revolutionary and Civil War...More
This restaurant was built in the 1700's, ad then it was added on to over the years. Patrick Henry lived there with his wife in the 1700's. We went there as a group from church so it was set up buffet style. They had barbecue...More
It's definitely worth detouring to visit the historic Hanover Tavern, witness to many pivotal events in Virginia and U.S. history. Stroll the grounds and building and enjoy a meal in their restaurant. Check the schedule to see if the Virginia Rep is staging a play...More
We love going to plays. The Hanover Tavern theater hosts many plays as a part of the Virginia Repertory Theater. We have seen many plays there and are never disappointed. We usually have dinner before the play in the historic tavern. Our group enjoyed our...More
I was with a party of 6 to celebrate our wedding anniversary. I love the charm of the Inn, but it stopped there. We ordered fried oysters for an appetizer and they were overcooked. I got a tuna melt for my lunch - it arrived...More