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I ask her if the news stories and social media — where travelers share proud selfies with her and accounts that specialize in fascinating facts repost images of the tavern — have been a boon for business.
ONE-HORSE TOWNKIERAN DAHLMARCH 31, 2021EATER
Whoever was elected captain would take them down to the local tavern and they’d get blasted.
Refugees from Washington clogged the taverns and many of the private homes.
While deep dish started in the early ’40s, tavern style can be traced back to the Prohibition era of the ’20s and ’30s.
You could find these taverns in every neighborhood of the city, unlike deep-dish offerings at the time, which were concentrated in the downtown area.
Tatham says, "Even the tavern keepers were compelled to exchange a dinner for a few pounds of tobacco."
"I think I'll stroll down to the tavern and see this stranger," I replied carelessly.
It has been years since they have had a license at our tavern, so there was a solitary man in the bar-room when I entered.
To solve this one I stopped on the tavern steps, leaned against a pillar, and gazed through the dozing village.
Longcluse had made up his mind promptly on the night of the billiard-match played in the Saloon Tavern.
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