Tavern 1757 is located at the beautifully landscaped address of 318 Roosevelt Drive, Seymour, Connecticut. Our goal is to provide you with the finest culinary experience that exceeds your expectations.
The Tavern 1757 is a unique, contemporary eatery & bar with many special touches. Upon entering Tavern 1757 you are captivated by the stone and ironwork, as well as the artful staircase. Check your location on the replica map, painted on the foyer wall, of the Town of Seymour from 1757.
The lounge seats 40 and is complimented by stone and reclaimed wood from the original building dating back to 1757. Looking up you cannot help but be impressed by the cathedral ceilings and iron chandelier. The lounge has one more surprise; adjacent to the bar is the wood fired stone oven where our gourmet pizzas are created and cooked to perfection. The two adjacent outdoor stone patios offer an alfresco dining experience of a secret garden.
The dining room on the first floor is constructed with hardwood floors, reclaimed wood accents and has soaring ceilings with beautiful stone inlays. Looking through into our open kitchen the first thing that catches your eye is the shimmer of the copper heat lamps that shine down on the delicious array of our Chef’s creations.
Accommodating up to 110 guests, our second level Washington Room is the perfect setting for hosting a celebratory or business event. Our experienced staff can assist your needs for bridal or baby shower, wedding, wedding rehearsal, birthday, anniversary, retirement or graduation celebration. Entertain your next big corporate gathering, presentation or award ceremony, celebrate your child’s sports season or school activity. Enjoy scenic views of the Housatonic River on the private veranda and complete the experience with exclusive bar service and facilities for your guests.
Tavern 1757 is named after the original saltbox structure that was on the property built in 1757 by Epharim Smith. The home had served as an inn and stagecoach stop for travelers along the country road which became current CT Route 34. Most of the original inn’s timbers were incorporated into the rustic interior design of Tavern 1757.