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“Beer Here” – catches your eye, right? This is the name of a new exhibit that recently opened at the New York Historical Society on the upper west side. As some of you might know, I have a unique knowledge … Continue reading
The Bridge Cafe located at 279 Water Street is THE oldest bar in New York City. Needless-to-say, this bar has been at the top of my list ever since I first read about it. Currently, it is believed that the … Continue reading
Continuing on my journey through NYC’s historic bars, we come to Pete’s Tavern: Let me start off by saying that Pete’s is BY FAR my favorite of the “historical” bars that I have been to so far…. It should not … Continue reading
Last Saturday night, AKM and I decided to do a Historic Downtown Pub Crawl lead by NYC Discovery Tours (I would include a link to their website, but they don’t have one (should have been our first clue)). I have … Continue reading
As I mentioned in my previous post about Ulysses, everyone needs a neighborhood bar. One of my biggest frustrations about living in LA was that I never found one. Anytime I traveled (except for Kuwait, of course) I never had … Continue reading
In addition to my more historic and iconic NYC bars — I want to spend some time talking about my “everyman” bars as well …. Here’s the first in that series: Everyone needs a local bar, currently I have two. … Continue reading