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In a State with His Nibs, Jim Keilt

I had a photoshoot in the Mitchel Library on Tuesday night and, after a bite to eat and an expensive pint in the Black Sparrow, formerly the Ritz, I decided to pop into the State Bar in Holland Street to see if the Blues Jam Session was still being held.  338 more words

Ian Goudie

A night at the oldest bar in New York City

Day five:  Friday March 11th:
Emboldened by yesterday’s fabulous foodie experience I was up and about early today, eager to discover more of NYC’s culinary offerings.  1,409 more words


NYC Trip - Day One

My wife and I decided to take advantage of a last minute invitation to New York City this weekend. You can read about how it came about… 335 more words

Captain's Log

in the bars of old new york

New York was cold. Very, very cold. Like “are you kidding me” cold. It was so cold that doing anything other than go inside somewhere warm was a ridiculous prospect. 476 more words


Light Ale, Dark Ale, Those Are Your Choices

Before going to see the Blue Man Group, and courtesy of a mandatory trip advisor search, we find our way to McSorley’s, the oldest tavern in the U.S. 132 more words

Night Out

McSorley's: el bar más antiguo de Nueva York

No soy una persona que se considere exageradamente buena para las fiestas-porque de que me gusta la joda, me gusta- pero siempre he pensado que… 305 more words

New York

Learning Lessons, One by One: A Few Rules for Bar Crawling, for now

Bar crawling is truly an art.

No two bar crawls are the same, nor should they ever be. Organizing and executing a bar crawl is certainly work, but it’s a high form of that work, and does follow a few guidelines for success. 2,087 more words

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