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Share Your Bull Run Memories!

In 1946 post-war Shirley, 31-year-old Lee Guercio first peered through the windows of a tiny tavern on Great Road. 

Little did he know that 75 years and three generations later, his vision of operating a "little joint" would joyfully continue.

While the Tavern has stood for centuries, the longest running ownership has been in our family.


In 2021, as we celebrate 75 years of our family passion for great food, authentic atmosphere and legendary performances.

We are grateful to the guests, performers, staff, friends and family who have joined us from around the corner and around the world.

Thank you for being part of our story. Now it's time to share your story! We would love to hear your personal description of what connects you to Bull Run.  Whether your recollection is from the 1940s or last week, we look forward to reading your stories  as we reflect on this journey we have been lucky enough to share together. If you have a memory to share, please send it to us by filling out the form below.

Once we've collected them, we plan to share them here, as well as bury a "Bull Run Time Capsule"

on our property, to be opened 75 years from now. If you'd like to share one photo, send to:

Join us in storytelling!

Alison (Guercio) & George Tocci


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How are you conneted to The Bull Run?
What decades have you been part of The Bull Run?

Thank you for being a part of our history!

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