Lunchtime Lecture: Dining at the Mount Vernon Hotel

By the 1820s New York was already a city of foodies, with imports arriving from the Far East and the Caribbean; and with the opening of the Erie Canal, the lowering price of flour made bread available to all. Hear what dishes were popular in the 1820s. Discover how we ate, what we ate, and when we ate.

Please call the Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden, 212-838-6878, for more details.

The Museum is located at 421 East 61st Street (between First and York Avenues). Bus: M15, M31 or M57; Subway: N, R, Q or 4, 5, 6 to Lexington Avenue/59th Street; or F to 63rd Street.











When: Fri., Aug. 11, 2017 at 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm
Where: Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden
421 E. 61st St.
212-838-6878
Price: Free with admission: $8 Seniors, $7 Seniors and Students.
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By the 1820s New York was already a city of foodies, with imports arriving from the Far East and the Caribbean; and with the opening of the Erie Canal, the lowering price of flour made bread available to all. Hear what dishes were popular in the 1820s. Discover how we ate, what we ate, and when we ate.

Please call the Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden, 212-838-6878, for more details.

The Museum is located at 421 East 61st Street (between First and York Avenues). Bus: M15, M31 or M57; Subway: N, R, Q or 4, 5, 6 to Lexington Avenue/59th Street; or F to 63rd Street.