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White Horse Tavern

567 Hudson St
New York, NY 10014
Hours: Sun-Thurs 11am-2am; Fri-Sat 11am-4am
Phone: (855) 207-9742

Description: White Horse Tavern is one of the most historic full service bars in New York City, once known for it's 1950's and 1960's Bohemian culture. A stomping ground for such writers and artists as Dylan Thomas, Jack Kerouac, Bob Dylan, and The Clancy Brothers, we have been put on the map as a favorite neighborhood hangout. Enjoy great beer, wine and cocktails while enjoying staple tavern classics, including our delicious West Village hamburger! Feel free to let loose on our killer jukebox to listen to your favorite tunes! Our spacious outdoor cafe area is a great way to enjoy good weather, tasty food, quality cocktails, and great company. Join us for lunch, dinner, cocktails and brunch for a fantastic neighborhood experience! Read more

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This vintage bar has quenched the thirsts of such luminaries as Dylan Thomas---by far its most notorious regular---Jack Kerouac and Bob Dylan. In the afternoon, you still can find yourself in the company of writers, actors and musicians…Read More
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