Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Everything about New York

Jean Hart Artwork 

Jean Hart Artwork  Earth, Prints at;jeanhar1* 

Everything About New York City
Smart games
Which landmark New York tavern was famous for the motto: "Good Ale, Raw Onions, and No Ladies"?

A. McSorley's Ale House
B. White Horse Tavern
c. Pete's Tavern
D. Fraunces Tavern 

A. McSorley's Ale House

McSorley's Ale House, located at 15 East 7th Street, was first opened in 1854. then, as now, it serves only ale and platters of sharp cheddar cheese and raw onions. One thing it did not severe, until the National Organization of Women successfully sued in 1970, was women. The White horse Tavern, on Hudson Street in Greenwich Village, is where poet Dylan Thomas drank himself to death. Short story master O'Henry used to imbibe at Pete's, in Gramercy Park. Both are still popular watering holes. And George Washington gave his farewell address at Fraunces Tavern, at 54 Pearl Street, which still exists as a combination restaurant and museum.

Ale and raw onions!! I will have to look into this. 
I have a great recipe for a stuffed onion. 

Be Inspired,