The Oldest Bar In New Jersey Has A Fascinating History

When it comes to history, the Garden State has got you covered. We’ve got plenty of museums and historic homes, but we’ve also got bars, pubs, taverns, and restaurants that date back over 200 years. New Jersey has several bars that have been around for centuries but records seem to show that one particular bar is the oldest still in existence. It’s got a rich history and is most definitely worth a visit.

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Barnsboro Inn can be found at 699 Main Street in Sewell. It is open Tuesday-Sunday from 11 a.m., serving both lunch and dinner. Breakfast is available Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.. It is located 30 minutes or less from Vineland and Cherry Hill (along with surrounding towns like Haddonfield, Pine Hill and Pitman. If you’re in the area, check it out. To learn more about some other historic dining establishments and drink spots in New Jersey, click here.