Manhattan has over eight million people living within its boundaries — the most populous city in the United States. It has always been a place for creative souls and some of those include some of the world’s most prolific and controversial writers. When some of those writers felt a creative urge coming on, they, at times, gave it a little push with a libation.
These places still stand and serve as a place to go soak up some of that literary legend energy, along with a nice glass of wine or a smart cocktail. Below are few that are famous writerly hangouts.
Pete’s Tavern — Gramercy/Flatiron District, 129 East 18th Street
My husband and I visited this warm and inviting bar/restaurant near the holidays and it was decked out in holiday splendor — lots of tiny, white lights, covering the embossed metal ceiling in the bar section. Brick walls, cozy…
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