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The oldest restaurant in every state

INSIDER Logo By Madeline Diamond of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 51:  The INSIDER SummaryEvery restaurant has a story, especially when said restaurant is older than the United States of America. For example, The '76 House in Tappan, New York, was the site of key moments during the Revolutionary War. The Buckhorn Exchange in Denver, Colorado, has a unique style with taxidermied animals covering most of the dining room's walls.  While the US is nowhere near as old as many other countries in the world, there's still plenty of history to be found, especially when it comes to food.From inns and taverns that have been around since the Revolutionary War to restaurants that were prominent watering holes in the days of the Wild West, every state has a unique story regarding its oldest restaurant. Keep reading for the oldest  restaurant (or nearly the oldest) in every state.

While the US is nowhere near as old as many other countries in the world, there's still plenty of history to be found, especially when it comes to food.

From inns and taverns that have been around since the Revolutionary War to restaurants that were prominent watering holes in the days of the Wild West, every state has a unique story regarding its oldest restaurant.

Keep reading for the oldest restaurant (or nearly the oldest) in every state.

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