Many claim to have the oldest bar in New York City, but here is what I think are definitively the 5 oldest still operating in town. PJ Clarke's, Bridge Cafe (R.I.P.), Fraunces Tavern, Pete's Tavern, & McSorley's are undeniably ancient watering holes where you can literally sit and drink in the history of New York.... Continue Reading →
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These are the 5 oldest bars in NYC. You wont believe how many dead people are buried behind the bar of your favorite watering hole.
The NY Post did a nice little write up about Audrey Munson, who was basically NYC's first Supermodel. She posed for dozens of statues around the city, dozens which are still watching us walk by. Unfortunately she ended up insane, mixed up in a murder case, and selling silverware door to door in upstate New... Continue Reading →
Spoiler alert: I am head over heals with the Brindle Room. Expect a gushy review. So, this little gem on 10th street in the village is the kinda place (that luckily for me) many people walk past. In a neighborhood crammed with celeb fueled eateries (Momofuku I'm looking at you) the Brindle Room, with its... Continue Reading →