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I like to imagine Fulton and South Streets in 1812 when Peter Schermerhorn completed the 12 buildings that comprise Schermer...horn Row, when people came from all over New York to marvel at this row of Federal-style warehouses on the East River. In those days the piers were crowded with ships from all over the world discharging their cargoes of coffee, tea, cotton, molasses, and countless other...
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Featuring the largest beer selection in Maryland, Max's is the place to go to grab a cold drink, watch a sporting event, and have a fun and relaxing time altogether. Order a bite to eat from the lunch or dinner menus offering plenty of burgers and sandwiches to complement your beer selection. Max's also has a dart house to end your day with fun. For special events, choose from Max's extensive...
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Dating back to the 17th century, this landmark historic district on the East River encompasses 11 square blocks of historic buildings, a maritime museum, several piers, shops, and restaurants.
Max's is a Baltimore institution known for its tremendous beer selection: 72 rotating drafts and 300 bottles. Cigar friendly, the pub is also home to the Darthouse, with dartboards set up for both regulation play and fun. If you must stay connected, Wi-Fi is free here.
I am a fan of this place for football games on Sundays. There are tons of TVs and usually at least on other fellow sports fan rooting for a team that isn't the local one. I am not clear on how...
If u luv craft beer and dont stop here your an idiot, enough said. Bartenders aren't friendly in the sense that their going to make u feel welcome and have a conversation, u come here for the beer...
South Street Seaport Museum Inc is located at 12 Fulton St in New York and has been in the business of Civic Associations since 1967.
Metropolitan Museum of Art South Street Seaport can be found at Fulton St 14. The following is offered: Art Museums & Galleries. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In New York there are 239 other Art Museums & Galleries. An overview can be found here.
The lines at the TKTS booth at 108 John Street (at Front Street) are much shorter than those at Times Square.
The Herman Melville Library & Archives at 213 Water Street contains books, photographs, maps and ships' plans. The facility is open to the public by appointment.
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