Revolutionary War Era Tavern next to I-78 to be moved

A tavern that served apple and corn whiskey during the American Revolution could open again, if Henry Bonnell has his way. Bonnell’s Tavern sat at the crossroads of the Revolution. The first regiment of Minutemen in New Jersey formed there in 1775 after The Provincial Congress of New Jersey ordered that militias be formed. Tavern owner Abraham Bonnell and Col. Charles Stewart assembled the minutemen there. Henry Bonnell has plans to renovate the structure into a tavern and restaurant. He has hired an architect to draw up plans, which can be viewed on a new website, To read the entire article click here.