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Ideal restaurant location with AMAZING visibility and copious parking. Lovely patio provides for an al fresco dining experience as an alternative to the cozy and warm interior dining areas.
With fantastic visibility and a 200 year tradition, this famous restaurant location is being made ready for a new enterprise.
The main structure was built around 1785 to serve as a public house for travelers on the Olde National Pike, which at the time was the main thoroughfare between Baltimore and Cumberland and the gateway to the western frontier. Hagan's was one of many taverns on the pike, but kept a reputation for having the best food thereby attracting gentry as well as drovers.
Hagans' guest list has included George Washington, John C. Calhoun, Andrew Johnson as well as Henry Clay. Through the years, Hagan's Tavern has served varied roles, private home, resort, restaurant, tavern, inn and for a period in the 1930's, a speakeasy. Hagan's Tavern has also served as headquarters for soldiers and officers from both armies during the Civil War.
Original wall murals adorn the walls of some of the dining areas which depict glimpses of the styles of Moses Eaton, Rufus Porter as well as the Zuber School of 18th Century wall covering. Created by local artist Virginia Jacobs McLaughlin, this unique display of artwork is only one of the many details of Hagan's Tavern that has been creating a romantic atmosphere for its guests.
Stay tuned for our grand opening and to schedule a showing as we work toward returning this property to it's charm and luster achieved prior to the most recent tenant at this location. We'll be setting up showings as soon as we've got this property refreshed.Property Information: