McSorley’s Old Ale House

mcsorleyAs I mentioned in my NYC post, McSorley’s Old Ale House is the oldest ale house in the NYC.  They’ve even got the dust to prove it. 

 

dust

 

bar view

 

The only alcoholic beverages served at this historic tavern are light and dark ale.  Allan and I preferred the dark ale for its smooth chocolate flavor without a bitter after taste.  My sister, Simone, disagreed.  She preferred the light ale.  Actually, her beverages of choice are white wine and champagne, but she survived.

 

Cheers

 

Dark Ale

 

More known for its ale than food, I’ve heard they serve a pile of raw onions with every dish at McSorely’s, which would explain the condiments on the table.  Would you like to some Hepatitis with your chips?

 

yum

 

Sawdust covers the wooden floors.  Old photographs, newspaper clippings and vintage knickknacks plaster the walls.  Every inch of the establishment has an interesting artifact to gaze upon.

Welcome

 

Us_Wall

 

Old Photo

 

jackalope

 

I want this sign for my house.

 
Be good or be gone

 

When we fist arrived, the bar was standing room only.  After our first round of beer, the server cleared a set of tables for us.  I think the bartender knew we would stick around for awhile.

 

Us_Mcsorleys

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I am a glamorous Domestic Diva raising three beautiful and brilliant children (ages 10, 7, 2). I have been married to my DH for 11 years. Before my blissful life as a SAHM, I taught elementary school for 7 years. I also organize a mommy group on Meetup.com, where I have met the most outstanding women and some of my best friends. Four years ago, I discovered a passion for running. I am currently training for my third marathon as well as a variety of other races and triathlons. I aspire to become a published children's author someday.

6 thoughts on “McSorley’s Old Ale House

  1. Yuk on the dust and condiments. I don’t know if I’d feel comfortable drinking there. I’m more of a light ale person myself. So maybe it’s a girl thing.

  2. Pingback: Suds in the City! « The Pinched Pint Glass

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