For a fun night out with a fascinating cultural twist join this excellent New York pub crawl. Visit New York City's oldest drinking establishments, with their booths, frosted glass and mahogany bars and be transported back to the pre-Prohibition era.
Enjoy the atmosphere of these timeless taverns and hear entertaining stories of the artists, celebrities, politicians and writers who frequented them. Visit the bar where JFK used to drink and where Abraham Lincoln had a drink after giving the famous Copper Union address.
Visit three historic New York pubs, in each, you will enjoy a complimentary drink and chat with your sociable tour group about the history of the pub. It's a great experience and one you are sure to recommend to your friends!
About the Supplier
Uncle Sam's New York is one of the most popular travel and entertainment services providers in New York City and offer the best that the city has to offer. The tours are led by experienced New Yorkers who believe in providing an authentic NY experience to tourists visiting the city.
Here's the plan...
With your guide, you will visit three different pubs during the evening and enjoy one complimentary drink at each. You can easily walk from one bar to the other and the distance covered on the tour is about 1 mile (1.6km).
The bars are selected from New York City's oldest drinking establishments and at each venue, your guide will tell stories of the artists, politicians, celebrities and sports teams who frequented the place in the past. Typically the pubs visited are the Old Town Bar, Pete’s Tavern and McSorely’s Old Ale House.
Expect to enjoy excellent ales, plenty of atmosphere, old-style booths, frosted glass, beveled mirrors and mahogany bars. In some venues, you may think you've stepped back in time to the early gunslinging days of New York.
There are so many good stories to tell. For example, the writer O. Henry is said to have written some of his best works in one of the bars visited on this tour.
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