On my recent trip to NYC, I stopped back at McSorley’s Old Ale House, which opened in 1854 and is New York’s oldest continuously operated saloon. I hadn’t been there in over a decade, but it still looked exactly the same, sawdust on the floors, wishbones hanging above the bar and small mugs of the only two kinds of beer that they serve, light and dark. How often do you get to drink in a 150 year old bar were both Abraham Lincoln and John Lennon had beers? Here are a few photos of our visit.
photos by Scott Beale