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"This is a place for all to enjoy, even if you don't touch alcohol. The place is steeped in history; real John Wilkes Booth wanted posters, copies of the Civil War Armstice, and the carved initials of many U.S. presidents adorn the walls. The floor is covered in fresh sawdust everyday (delivered in a trailer by N.Y.'s finest!) and there is a pot belly stove in the main bar room. Antique gas lamps covered in cobwebs hang from the ceiling, and the bathrooms sport urinals so big, if u layed one down on its side, it could serve as a bathtub. My advice is to get there no later than noon when it's not packed so you can view these treasures and take in as much of the walls' historical displays as possible.
The best thing about it though is not the beer or food or how much of it you can consume; it's the people u meet. I'm am a Red Sox fan and of course despise the Skankees, oops, Yankees, but I'd take spending my day here than anywhere else in Boston, where rudeness is common. Mingling with adjacent tables, you meet folks who are instantly a buddy to hang out with and enjoy the day. There are never any fights. They have one rule; be good, or be gone! They will toss you out, as there is usually an hour wait to get in.
If you're in N.Y.C. for more than, this stop should be fairly high on your list. "
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