In 1868, the edge of Manhattan was on what is now Eleventh Avenue, and Landmark Tavern—and the rowdy Hudson dockworkers who boozed there—sat waterside. The city's westernmost frontier has since expanded to make room for car dealerships and strip clubs, but this historic Irish pub—supposedly housing the ghost of a murdered Confederate soldier—is a worthy relic of Olde New York. The worn tile floors, mahogany bar (carved from a single tree) and tin ceilings are all original.
|Venue name:||New York|
626 Eleventh Ave
|Cross street:||at W 46th St|
|Opening hours:||Daily 11:30am-4am|
|Transport:||Subway: A, C, E to 42nd St--Port Authority; N, R, W to 49th St|
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