White Horse Tavern
New York, NY 10014
Village Voice's Description
Frequented in the past by Bob Dylan and Dylan Thomas, the White Horse Tavern has been a staple of the Village since 1880. Dylan Thomas allegedly said his last words here, aEighteen whiskies. A record, I think." They say his ghost continues to visit, communicating by mysterious rotations of his favorite old corner table.
Hours: Sun-Thu 11am-2am, Fri & Sat 11am-4am.
Tips from foursquare
Get over to the Whitehorse Tavern and try a burger with cajun curly fries! It's a perfect place to meet friends after work!! A NYC mainstay!
This is THE iconic American bar in New York City. We think you’ll enjoy stopping in for a drink.
PHOTO: Tony and Emmy award winning actor Gregory Hines stops in for a drink in this pic from 1989, at the link!
Come and relax with a beer and a whiskey in this old haunt of Dylan Thomas and Jack Kerouac…you might see Dylan Thomas’ ghost!
Stop in for a drink at this watering hole where many great literarary minds, including Dylan Thomas & Jack Kerouac, have patronized.
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