The 19th Century Pub Crawl

Our very first event as the NYNCS was the first ever 19th Century Pub Crawl! We visited an array of historic Manhattan drinking establishments dating from the 19th century. Read all about it at Sarah Lohman’s blog, Four Pounds Flour!

Join us for night of nineteenth-century debauchery at several of New York City’s oldest bars and most notorious dens of vice as the New York Nineteenth Century Society hosts its second New York 19th Century Pub Crawl.

We will meet promptly at 5:30 p.m. at Ryehouse, a new bar that revives and reinvents classic cocktails. From there, we’ll head to Madame X, The Ear Inn, Onieal’s Grand Street , and (should we still possess the fortitude and sobriety) Ward 3.

The crawl is FREE to join, but we only have room for 50 participants. To reserve a spot, please RSVP

Appropriate nineteenth century attire is encouraged, but by no means required.

Last stop- Pete's TavernStop 4 Old Town BarDrunksThe Magnificent UrinalsTrying an OysterMark Eats his First Oyster
The back room at Old TownOysters are on their way!Oyster Bar at PJ Clark'sThe Urinals at Old Town BarOriginal 1864 AleCabbing it to our next Location.
Interior: Old Town BarOld Town BarA terrible picture of two lovely ladies.The Bar at Pete's TavernInterior: Petes TavernGettin' Convivial at Swift's
Interior: Petes TavernGathering at Swift'sThe Captain GulliverR0012751R0012743R0012736

The 19th Century Pub Crawl, a group on Flickr.

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