There was a full house of over 60 people for the third installment of the 19th Century Pub Crawl hosted by Sarah Lohman. However, somehow we were all too drunk to take any photos! So you’ll have to content yourself with a description of the event, and sign up for the next one so you can see for yourself!
“Come join us for a night of nineteenth-century debauchery at New York’s oldest bars and most notorious dens of vice!
The New York Nineteenth Century Society and FourPoundsFlour.com host their third annual New York 19th Century Pub Crawl. This year, the crawl will have a scotch whisky theme. Each of the first three bars features a custom drink special: $10 for a tasting of top shelf, single malt scotch and an historically inspired scotch cocktail.
We will meet promptly at 4 p.m. at the Bridge Cafe (279 Water Street), for an Old Fashioned and complimentary hors d’oeuvres. From there, we’ll head to Swift, Rye House, Old Town Bar and finish the night with an 1864 Original Ale at Pete’s Tavern. For more information on the bars as well as exclusive food and drink specials, go to our website at www.19thcpubcrawl.com/
19th century attire is encouraged, but by no means required!”