Eagle Tavern in Greenfield Village, October 2007

Summary

Today, the Henry Ford staff provides visitors with an authentic dining experience at Eagle Tavern--a 19th-century roadside waystation brought to Greenfield Village by Henry Ford in 1927. Cooks prepare bills-of-fare based on historical recipes and wait staff in period-appropriate dress serve the meals. Before they dine, guests can partake of a refreshing beverage in the Tavern's barroom, seen in this 2007 image.

Today, the Henry Ford staff provides visitors with an authentic dining experience at Eagle Tavern--a 19th-century roadside waystation brought to Greenfield Village by Henry Ford in 1927. Cooks prepare bills-of-fare based on historical recipes and wait staff in period-appropriate dress serve the meals. Before they dine, guests can partake of a refreshing beverage in the Tavern's barroom, seen in this 2007 image.

Artifact

Digital image

Subject Date

October 2007

Creators

Andonian, Michelle 

Creator Notes

Photographed by Michelle Andonian.

 On Exhibit

By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center

Object ID

2008.171.1157

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford.

Color

Multicolored

Eagle Tavern

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