Medford, NJ – Braddock’s Tavern, a Colonial-style institution for casual yet elegant American entrees & cocktails, is proud to announce the opening of its doors in 1844. The three-story frame and clapboard structure was initially built in 1823 and reconstructed following a fire in 1843. The site was then purchased by Charles Braddock in 1898 and has since been known as Braddock’s Tavern.
A Colonial-Style Institution for Casual-Yet-Elegant American Entrees & Cocktails
The Tavern offers an intimate dining experience on two floors with a varied menu of fresh seafood, poultry, veal, and beef. In addition to the main tavern, two elegant banquet facilities can seat up to 150 guests. Both facilities were formerly the site of Earl Braddock’s adjacent shop and storehouses.
Braddock’s Tavern is also proud to offer its customers an array of delicious dishes such as the Braddock’s Bratwurst Sandwich with sauerkraut, caramelized onions, and red dragon fondue; the Braddock’s Vodka Chicken Sandwich with panko crusted chicken, fresh mozzarella, parmesan cheese, creamy vodka sauce, brioche bun; Roasted Acorn Squash Pizza with goat cheese, kale, spiced pecans, maple crema; or the popular Baked Brie Board with honey crisp apples, granny smith apple grapes orange blossom honey and sesame flatbread.
For more banquet information or large group reservation inquiries, please call 609-654-1604.
KITCHEN HOURS: Tuesday - Saturday 11:30 am - 9:30 pm Sunday 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
39 South Main Street Medford NJ 08055
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