“welcoming travelers for 240+ years!”
Built in 1762, the Jean Bonnet Tavern has been welcoming travelers for 240+ years! Join us for a great casual dining experience or a relaxing overnight get-away. This significant Bedford County building was placed on the prestigious National Register of Historic Places in 1979. Please come and visit us at the Jean Bonnet, then you too will become a part of the historic list of friends and visitors, from far and near. Enjoy the rich heritage, fine dining, and overnight accommodations.
Our go-to place when we're celebrating something special. Ask to be seated downstairs if you want to really get a taste of the amazing restoration. Their food is always incredible. Be sure to try the house french dressing!
Very nicely restored historical tavern with good food, fireplace and bar. We loved it.
This is a wonderful stop along the Lincoln Highway for touristy travelers such as ourselves. There were many seating options...indoor and outdoor. We settled into the basement on a summer day surrounded by its colonial stone walls dining by candlelight. Very nice waiter, fresh food, and the special -- a Reuben with fries on thick slices of marble rye -- was only 10.49. After we enjoyed browsing in the gift shop in the cabin. A lovely roadside tavern.
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Jean Bonnet Tavern
- Sun - Thu: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
- Fri, Sat: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
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