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Discover Concord's Colonial Inn, which is best known for the role it played in the Battles of Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775.

Merchant’s Row and Liberty Restaurant specialize in fine New England cuisine served in a warm, authentic colonial atmosphere. Fresh seafood is a hallmark of the historic inn, along with classics such as Chicken Pot Pie and Yankee Pot Roast. The elaborate Sunday Brunch features omelet stations, carving stations, fresh baked goods, raw bar, desserts, and more. Al fresco dining on the porch is available seasonally with views of the village green that dates back to 1635. Reservations are recommended for all meals except breakfast. Live nightly entertainment is featured in the Village Forge Tavern, a popular evening gathering spot for drinks and snacks.

Food and holidays at the Colonial Inn are a local tradition, including Easter, Mother’s Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day. The holiday buffets attract thousands of community members throughout the year. Make sure to reserve your seat in advance! Reservations are highly recommended.