Thursday, January 07, 2010

Saying Goodbye to a New York City Landmark

For those who have traveled to New York City, a stop at the artist lined walls of Tavern on the Green has been a must see. The famed restaurant began serving customers back in 1934. The building itself goes back to 1870 and is a perfect example of architecture from that era. Up until 1934 it housed a shephard who had a shearing business for his 200 sheep (believe it or not). The restaurant has impressed many patrons over the years with opulent chandeliers, artwork, and interesting dishes. Read more about in this WSJ article.

Posted by Carl Burnham at 1:19 PM
Edited on: Thursday, January 07, 2010 11:11 PM
Categories: Restaurants, Videos
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