Tuesday, June 22, 2010

New York's oldest alehouse

16 comments:

Jarart said...

It looks like it is old. I enjoy these night shots of your.

Kunal Bhatia said...

I love such shots of cafes and bars. With the yellow lights, and wooden fronts with glassy parts that tell a bit of the inside.
- Mindless Mumbai

Luis Gomez said...

Beautiful shot. Great looking place!

Birdman said...

A classic shot. Draw me a pint!

Yvi said...

It looks really relaxed...great shot...

NYC In Photographs said...

Great shot! The place looks like it has a look of character.

Josh Bergeron said...

I love your pics. I remember this place from my college days. If I recall, two kinds of beer (light or dark) and sawdust on the floor!

Biana said...

Real nice, Ken. I love the look of it.

NewYorker said...

Watch here how it was in early 40's:
http://www.newyorkcityfeelings.com/2010/05/mcsorleys-oldest-brew-ii.html

altadenahiker said...

Another place you shouldn't order an appletini.

Lily Hydrangea said...

didn't some famous people from the real olden days used o drink here, like some past president or someone?

Eleanor said...

oh, it looks like a typical old irish pub! im from ireland - pubs like these are EVERYWHERE. all over the country! this is cute though- the old man outside MAKES the picture! :)
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Kitty said...

Oh, I didn't know it was the oldest one. Cool.

I hope it stays around a while longer, without becoming Disney-esque.

Rob said...

Love the nocturnes!

Virginia said...

I love this place. I"m all for anything that's the "OLDEST........" whatever.

I"ve been away KM but DAMN I had to come home. I'll catch up witcha.
V

Andrew Miller said...

Light or Dark and double fisted!