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Brewing New York History -  Bars
Old Town Bar is one of Brewing New York History -  Bars.

1. Old Town Bar

45 E 18th St (btwn Broadway & Park Ave S), Nueva York, NY
Bar · Flatiron District · 177 tips y reseñas

NYHistoryNYHistory: Founded in 1892, The Old Town Bar was run as a speak-easy by Tammany Hall during Prohibition. It is also home to New York's oldest active dumbwaiters!

McSorley's Old Ale House is one of Brewing New York History -  Bars.

2. McSorley's Old Ale House

15 E 7th St (btwn Cooper Sq & 3rd Ave), Nueva York, NY
Pub · East Village · 463 tips y reseñas

NYHistoryNYHistory: It is said that Abraham Lincoln visited this bar with Peter Cooper after his Cooper Union Address. Operating for over 150 years, this "men only" club opened its doors to women in 1970.

Stonewall Inn is one of Brewing New York History -  Bars.

3. Stonewall Inn

53 Christopher St (at 7th Ave), Nueva York, NY
Bar gay · West Village · 123 tips y reseñas

NYHistoryNYHistory: The site of the 1969 Stonewall riots, this Greenwich Village bar became the birthplace of the modern Gay Rights Movement and is a National Historic Landmark.

Fraunces Tavern Museum is one of Brewing New York History -  Bars.

4. Fraunces Tavern Museum

54 Pearl St (Broad St), Nueva York, NY
Museo histórico · Financial District · 28 tips y reseñas

NYHistoryNYHistory: Established in 1719, Fraunces Tavern was the site of initial meetings of the Chamber of Commerce and Sons of Liberty in 1768. It is also where George Washington bade farewell to his officers in 1783.

Ear Inn is one of Brewing New York History -  Bars.

5. Ear Inn

326 Spring St (btwn Greenwich & West), Nueva York, NY
Pub · Hudson Square · 146 tips y reseñas

NYHistoryNYHistory: The Ear Inn, originally built for the African American Revolutionary War veteran and tobacconist James Brown, is one of the few Federal style buildings remaining in New York.

21 Club is one of Brewing New York History -  Bars.

6. 21 Club

21 W 52nd St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), Nueva York, NY
Restaurante americano · Midtown East · 128 tips y reseñas

NYHistoryNYHistory: In June of 1932, "21" Club was raided by federal Prohibition agents in search of liquor. Agents failed to find the two thousand cases of wine hidden in 21 Club's secret wine cellar vault...

Lenox Lounge is one of Brewing New York History -  Bars.

7. Lenox Lounge

288 Malcolm X Blvd (btwn 124th & 125th St), Nueva York, NY
Salón · Central Harlem · 26 tips y reseñas

NYHistoryNYHistory: The Lenox Lounge was established in 1939 during the midst of the Harlem Renaissance and hosted a range of talents from Frank Sinatra to James Baldwin.

Bridge Cafe is one of Brewing New York History -  Bars.

8. Bridge Cafe

279 Water St (at Dover St.), Nueva York, NY
Restaurante americano · Financial District · 37 tips y reseñas

NYHistoryNYHistory: The Bridge Café building was constructed in 1794 along downtown’s East River. During Prohibition, Bridge Café sold “cider,” although bootleg beer was secretly available.

White Horse Tavern is one of Brewing New York History -  Bars.

9. White Horse Tavern

567 Hudson St (at 11th St), Nueva York, NY
Pub · West Village · 141 tips y reseñas

NYHistoryNYHistory: This designated landmark, built in 1880, was a speak-easy throughout Prohibition and a seaman's bar until the late 1940s. During the 1950s, it became a popular meeting place for artists and writers.

Landmark Tavern is one of Brewing New York History -  Bars.

10. Landmark Tavern

626 11th Ave (at W 46th St), Nueva York, NY
Pub · Hell's Kitchen · 69 tips y reseñas

NYHistoryNYHistory: Landmark Tavern opened in 1868 under the ownership of Patrick Henry Carley. At this time, the bar doubled as a pub and as Carley's family home until it was converted to a speakeasy during Prohibition.

P.J. Clarke's is one of Brewing New York History -  Bars.

11. P.J. Clarke's

915 3rd Ave (at E 55th St), Nueva York, NY
Pub · Midtown East · 310 tips y reseñas

NYHistoryNYHistory: Named after the Irish emigrant, Patrick J. Clarke, P.J. Clarke's was established in 1884. Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra, and the Kennedys were all said to be regulars at this bar.