BOSTON (CBS) – The Union Oyster House is celebrating 185 years of wining and dining Boston seafood lovers.

The landmark restaurant near Faneuil Hall celebrated with a big birthday bash Wednesday.

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The restaurant has stood since 1826, and served regulars such as Daniel Webster and John Kennedy.

The restaurant celebrated with a cake in the shape of Freedom Trail attractions.

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The Union Oyster House is the oldest restaurant in continuous service in the U.S.