Patriots, Prostitutes, Pirates and Taverns
Old-School Eating Abounds During Patriots, Prostitutes, Pirates and Taverns Tour
$25.00 - $27.00
$12.50 - $13.50*
Everyone knows New York is a legendary town for good eats, but what did the city do before restaurants evolved? Before 1900, there was only one place to eat, drink, be merry and perhaps do activities that were outside the law -- the tavern. On the Patriots, Prostitutes, Pirates and Taverns Tour, you'll get to hear some of the best tales to come out of New York and its appetites! You'll visit historic Fraunces Tavern, Delmonico's, Harry's Bar and more, eating and drinking your way through history.
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About the Ticket Supplier: Wall Street Walks
Wall Street Walks owner, Annaline Dinkelmann, is a former Wall Street professional with a passion for history. She left "The Street" in 2006 to become a licensed New York City Sightseeing Guide and an independent currency trader. As an industry insider with the skills of a trader, Annaline has a unique perspective on the ups and downs of Wall Street. She offers original insights into all aspects of Wall Street, past and present: the architecture, the people, as well as the drama of the deals!