8 edition of The History And Stories of the Best Bars of New York found in the catalog.
by Turner Publishing Company (KY)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
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From the deep mahogany of downtown to the polished brass of uptown, THE HISTORY AND STORIES OF THE BEST BARS OF NEW YORK recounts the drama, character and stories of the City's most important meeting places.4/5(18). From the deep mahogany of downtown to the polished brass of uptown, THE HISTORY AND STORIES OF THE BEST BARS OF NEW YORK recounts the drama, character and stories of the City's most important meeting : Turner Publishing Company.
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If you haven't been to the bars in New York, there is nothing like them in the world and this book is a great way to have a deeper understanding of the history that helps make them so special. You have stories of gangsters in the twenties, political figures in the thirties, writers in the fifties/5(14).
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Pete’s Tavern, which boasts that it’s the oldest original bar in New York City (), is a place where “longtime bartender Buster Smith likes to say, ‘Sooner or later, everyone comes to Pete’s.’” Of Spring.
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It’s almost a given that writers—novelists, journalists, bloggers—do their best “work” in bars. Whether you’re a struggling author with the Great American Novel trapped inside, curious to see where Jack Kerouac or Zadie Smith bent elbows, or simply like bars with a bookish vibe, New York has got you covered.
"Storied Bars of New York" is a beautifully written and photographed foray into the bars of New York's literary community, past and present. Author Delia Cabe is a self-described lifelong bookworm and NYC native whose voice shines in this upbeat, articulate, and enjoyable love letter to bars that have helped authors' creative impulses flourish.5/5(16).
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One of a handful of NYC bars that survived Prohibition, and a New York City Landmark sincethis year-old institution remains a beloved watering hole for New Yorkers of all : Marguerite Preston.
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