Historical Bars

Historic bars

McSorley's Old Ale House, established in 1854 and only admitting women after a landmark 1970 Supreme Court case. 

The Old Town, which opened in 1892, was a famed Prohibition speakeasy and is a favorite shooting location for film and TV shows, like The Devil's Own and Law & Order. 
18th and park

Pete's Tavern is known as the famed writer O. Henry's favorite hangout,
18th and irving

 The Whitehorse Tavern counted poet Dylan Thomas, Bob Dylan and John Belushi among its favorite customers.
West village/hudson
West 11th (close to chumleys)

Chumley’s (1830s)
Near Christopher and husdon

The Stonewall Inn
Gay bar – west 4th and waverly

Ear inn
By Holland tunnel (soho west)

Mulberry Street Bar
Mulberry south of delancy

Bridge Café (1794)
Under brooklyn bridge manhattan

Fraunces Tavern
Wayyyy south broad st

Vazac’s, Horseshoe Bar, 7B

West 10th st

Raines law room

Gin tub

Joes pizza
Spiderman 2 carmine and 6th ave

Coyote ugly 1st and 9th st

Grass roots
St marks

Monas 14th and b


The Old Town Bar and Restaurant is a noted bar and restaurant located between Park and Broadway on 18th Street in Manhattan's Flatiron district in New York City. In continuous operation since 1892, it is one of the oldest bars in the New York City area. The Old Town is two blocks north of Union Square, at 45 East 18th Street.
During pprohibition it was a speakwasy under name tammany hall
Actually had a twin bar that was later dimanted and moved to mass
All original including: 55ft bar mahogany and marble – marble portion was a lunch counter – tin 16ft high ceilings – 258 sq ft of leveled mirror – urinals from 1910 –
Numerious movies tv shows and music videos

The bar itself, dating from 1892, is 55 feet long and made of marble and mahogany. The ceiling, made of tin tiles, is 16 feet high.
Most of the furnishings and decor are original,...