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Old 06-10-2008, 02:41 PM   #1
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Default The oldest bars/pubs in the US

Here a site with the oldest bars in the US. Pretty interesting:

A challenge: Has anyone here ever been to all of them?

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Road trip!

I've been to McSorley's and thought it was great. Sawdust on the floor, bar cat swaggering around, begging for treats. Congenial crowd, too. An oasis of sanity, really, in that city.

Sadly, that's the only one I can check off the list.

Now, my life has a purpose...


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