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    Bars, taverns and dives New Yorkers love : where to go, what to drink / John Tebeau
    PRINTED MATL | Rizzoli | 2018
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    208 pages : colour illustrations ; 22 cm
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    Includes index.
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    For cocktail enthusiasts and those seeking the most real New York watering holes, this is a comprehensive guide to the city's legendary bars, taverns, and dives across all five boroughs, featuring stories, insider tips, and delicious cocktail recipes. From McSorley's in the East Village and the West Village's Ear Inn, to Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden in Astoria, Queens, and Fort Defiance in Red Hook, Brooklyn, this book spans New York's five boroughs, each entry combining an intoxicating mix of history, local colour, and city lore. It includes tips like the best times of day to visit, or whether to choose bar or table, along with signature cocktail recipes, and witty sidebars on topics such as day drinking versus night drinking. Painting an intimate picture of each featured place accompanied by charming illustrations, this book stands out from typical New York City guidebooks on the market and will interest New York City tourists and natives alike, as well as cocktail enthusiasts and general bons vivants.
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    9780847861507
    0847861503
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