Colonial watering hole: Concord
The central portion of Concord’s Colonial Inn served as a storehouse for arms and provisions — which is precisely what the British regulars hoped to seize on April 19, 1775. A doctor treating wounded from the battle used the Liberty Room as a hospital, room 24 as an operating room, and room 27 as a morgue.
Advantage: Concord. The property is still an active inn and restaurant. The Village Forge Tavern has live music Wednesday through Sunday nights.