-SOLD OUT- A Tour of 19th Century Drinking Establishments

Join Rachel Klingberg of the New York Nineteenth Century Society for a Victorian Pub Crawl

New York, New York

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Join us as we explore four remarkable establishments that have stood the test of time, from the lowliest Hole-in-the-Wall patronized by "river pirates and Water Street hags" to the grandest restaurant that established fine dining in America. We'll visit four historic pubs: illustrious Fraunces Tavern, where General Washington bid farewell to his officers after the Revolutionary War; Delmonico's, the elegant restaurant that set the standard for fine dining in America; Bridge Cafe, the city's oldest pub and once a notorious sailors' dive and brothel; and Paris Cafe, a former hotel bar patronized by Thomas Edison, Theodore Roosevelt, and many other notable 19th-century personages. The tour is led by Rachel Klingberg of the New York Nineteenth Century Society.


04:30 PM to 07:45 PM
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Attendance limit


Meet at Fraunces Tavern
54 Pearl Street
New York, New York, USA

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