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They upgraded the restaurant and bar, but kept the charming 1920s interior. The restaurant received a one-star rating from The New York Times several years ago.
Ed Koch, while he was mayor, regularly had lunch here, and declared it as “his favorite restaurant.” –New York Times, Sunday, November 19, 1995 The research that resulted in the above account was done by Richard Mc Dermott, publisher of The New York Chronicle, (718) 423-8738.
In 1812 his name appeared as witness on an indictment against a ‘disorderly house’ (brothel) at 15 Dover Street, across the street.
15 Dover was demolished when the Brooklyn Bridge was built.” “The 1794 date is significant because from that date the building has been ‘the site of a food and/or drinking establishment on the same site in New York,’ as well as the oldest business in New York City. When Henry Williams opened his porter house here in 1847, he began the unbroken record of 279 Water Street as a ‘drinking establishment’–the oldest in New York City (eclipsing Mc Sorley’s Old Ale House).” “Williams had competition within the building because Ferris rented out the back room (known as 16 Dover Street) to Mr.
That was the year that Newell Narme opened a ‘grocery and wine and porter bottler’ in the wooden building, which at that time was two-and-a-half stories with a peaked roof.” “In 1794, the portion of Water Street running through this neighborhood and the buildings on its east side marked the East River’s western edge, and Lawrence’s wharf occupied the space near where the restaurant’s kitchen now stands.
In 1888 the exterior of the building was altered to its present form.” “In 1801 Peter and Janet Laing bought the store and ran a grocery until the building was purchased in 1826 by Charles G. Ferris was an attorney who leased the property (directly and through his estate) to a variety of saloon and boarding house operators, until 1905 when it was purchased by Maurice Hyland.” “Laing was a mariner and ship captain before buying 279 Walter Street.
He was swept out of the city council in a reform movement in 1901. Boyle ran a saloon here from 1902 until 1922, when the Mc Cormack family leased and later bought the property.
During Prohibition, the place was run as a restaurant and sold ‘cider,’ but beer was available, supplied by a Brooklyn bootlegger named Charlie Brennan.” “The current owners bought the building in 1979, and renamed it the Bridge Cafe .
Located on the outskirts of Hyde Park, Mayfair is home to an array of delectable restaurants, some seriously exclusive shopping opportunities and the capital’s most impressive assortment of luxurious and elegant hotels all in one area.
With this in mind, Mayfair has become a thriving commercial hub of activity over the years and also a fantastic place to find love. Speed Dating in Mayfair is huge and it doesn’t take a genius to work out why... As speed dating hosts our love affair with Mayfair began in early 2013 and in all honesty, we haven’t looked back since!
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