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Old Town

NYC Pub18th Street, just north of Union Square - Great 113 year old boozer unchanged by progress. Old Town possesses a great NYC style long, long bar with huge mirrors staring over the standing crowd and the lucky few seated in the antique booths. Maybe for discerning tastes / people who like old gothic bars. Beautiful to me but maybe just for one or two - just to see the place.


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Thur 28 Oct : More Brits

Posted by Guy Brighton on August 18, 2004 in Midtown, Pub | Permalink


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» Thur 28 Oct : More Brits from Guy Brighton's Wishful Thinking In New York
We met Mike in the Old Town and the Lady recognised him immediately: shaggy hair and stubbly beard – couldn't tell us apart, she said. Mike had come to New York and invited us to Shots Magazine party at Amuse on 18th Street. He had flown into town be... [Read More]

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