Sunday, November 24, 2019

Easy Recipe Army Base Stew Korean





ARMY BASE STEW



KOREAN ARMY BASE STEW

EASY RECIPE :

STEW


  • 1 can SPAM, sliced into 8
  • 8 mini Hot Dogs
  • 1 package tofu
  • 1 package tofu puffs, optional
  • 3 king oyster mushrooms, sliced thin
  • 3 small carrots, peeled
  • 1-2 pieces mochi, cut into small pieces
  • 4 cups low sodium chicken stock
  • 1 package instant Rame Noodles
  • 1-2 slices American Cheese
  • green onions, thinly sliced
  • rice, to serve, if desired

Sauce:

  • 2 tablespoons Korean chili flakes
  • 2 tablespoons Mirin
  • 1 tablespoon Soy Sauce
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1/2 tablespoon sugar
  • 1/2 tablespoon Gochujang (Korean Chili Paste)
  • freshly ground black pepper

PREPARATION :

In a shallow pot, arrange the spam, hot dogs, tofu, tofu puffs, mushrooms, carrots, and mochi. In a small bowl, mix together all of the sauce ingredients. Place in the center of the ingredients in the pot, then pour the chicken stock in, near the edge of the pot. Partially cover with the lid and bring to a boil over medium high heat, about 5-8 minutes.
Remove the lid and add the instant noodles, green onions, and cheese. Simmer until the noodles are cooked, about 2-3 minutes. At this point, bring the pot to the middle of the table where everyone can scoop out a bit of everything they like. If you have a portable burner or induction cooker, you can make the entire dish at the table, enjoying the stew as it simmers on low.
Be sure to eat the noodles first, otherwise they’ll get soggy. Enjoy the rest of the stew with rice!





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Thursday, November 21, 2019

Cuban Sandwiches Latin New York





MOFONGO 


At CASTILLO d' JAGUA

LES

LATIN NEW YORK







SANDWICH CUBANO

Yes, Dapper Dan the Food Man gets a Sandwich Cubano at his Favorite Latin restaurant in           NEW YORK, IL Castillo d Jagua on Rivington Street on the Lower East Side of New York City.

"I haven't had one in a while. I've been dying for one, and couldn't wait any longer. So after my Chiropractor visit, I headed over to the Lower East Side, to one of my favorite places ever to get my beloved Cubano Sandwich."

"I've been Eating these Bad Boys for Years. I used to get just about one a week when I was living on Avenue A, and just had to shoot down 10 blocks to Essex Street to get one. I used to love a place on Essex Street, that no longer exist. But I'm happy to say that El Castillo d' Jagua is still there. I've been going there for more than 30 years, and I went back today, and was happy to see it still open. Most of the other old Dominican and Puerto Rican Joints have since closed."

When I sat down, the waitress gave me a menu, and I told her, "I know what I want. Can I have a Sandwich Cubano please," I asked her. She smile and said yes, so my order was in. All I had to do was wait. I was pretty sure that it would still be as good as ever, but I really wasn't sure. I think it was 3 or 4 years since I was here last, and it was good then. It was always good. These guys know their stuff, especially when it comes to making Cuban Sandwiches. So I waited. While I was waiting, I gave my brother Michael a call in Texas. A few minutes later my Cubano came. "Yee-ha! Dam it looked good. I couldn't wait." I bit in. "MMmummmm, Yeahh Baby! It was good. Good as ever. In fact, it was near perfect, and I was one happy camper.

"Yes Boys & Girls, this Baby was good. Better than good actually. It was Super Delicious I'd have to say. So, rating it, I'd have to give this Bad Boy a solid 9.9 on a Scale of 1 to 10. Wow, that's pretty dam good! A 9.9, it really doesn't get much better than that. But it was well deserving. The sandwich was just about perfectly made. These guys are consistent. They have to be, or their loyal customers wouldn't come back if they weren't."

YES IT'S ALWAYS GOOD HERE

The SANDWICH CUBANO at El CASTILLO d' JAGUA

"They Never Ever Let You Down"

I LOVE THEM !!!

"This has been Dapper Dan The Food Man, with another great food review for NEW YORK EATS  - GOin In FOOD REVIEWS , signing off for now, and until Next Time. Take Care Everyone."





This is My SANDWICH CUBANO

EL CASTILLO d' JAGUA





El CASTILLO d' JAGUA

BREAKFAST - LUNC - DINNER

113 RIVINGTON STREET

NEW YORK NY






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Saturday, November 16, 2019

Jean Michel Basquiat






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Thursday, October 31, 2019

Reviewbrah Wierd Random Coments reacts






Reviewbrah comments on Weird Random




Comments :

# 1  - "Why the over-sized Suits? Somebody should put you in a Coffin, you look Dead!"


# 2 -  

1. "Wake up in Coffin"

2.  "Wake up through coffein"

3.  "Suck some victims Blood you met at your local Pizza Hut"

4.  "Order food through McDonald's because the Sun is outside"


Reviewbrah says, "He wants to know why the guy picked Pizza Hut. Why not a Domino's, Papa John's or Little Caesars?"



Thursday, October 10, 2019

Champagne Movies Godfather Goodfellas

 

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Mickey Rourke and Eric Roberts (L)

The POPE of GREENWICH VILLAGE

How to watch a movie? You go to the cinema or pop something on at home, no? Yes that one way. You can watch a movie and maybe it's good and maybe it's not. You got to a movie theater? Well not so much today, with Netflix, Cable TV, streaming, or picking out a Video (yes some still have them), or DVD from your home collection. Nowadays there are many ways to see a movie. There's the old fashion way of going to the cinema, paying money and seeing the latest movie of your choice. That was fun, and it was an event, a night out, and much more affordable than today. "Isn't everything?" Well yeah, most things are a lot more expensive than they were in years past, and somethings not. Candy bars for example are about 20 times more than they were when I was a kid. WHen I first started buying candy bars (Hershey Bar etc.) they were only 5 Cents. And guess what? They were only 5 Cents when my father was a boy, 30 years before. In 30 years, the price of a candy bar (all candy) hadn't gone up at all. When I first started buying Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, Hershey Bars, Almond Joys and such, they where just 5 cents, a Nickel a piece. Then they started going up, a nickel at a time, until they got to the point they are now, between 1 Dollar and a Buck 25 depending on where you buy one. That's as muc as 25 times increase since I was a boy. The average workers weekly income has gone up only 2 1/2 to 3 times since then, yet a Hershey Bar has gone up 20 times or more. A home has gone up close to 20 times as well, yet the price of long distance phone calls have decreased 20 times. What's a person to do. The price of a movie ticket? Yes it's gone up about 25 times since I started paying for my own movie ticket 50 years gone buy at the Rivoli Theater in Rutherford, New Jersey when it was just .75 for for a "Double Feature," two movies with Cartoons in between. No more Double Features, no more cartoons, doesn't exist. And boy did I Love, and did I have oh so much fun and fantasy, seeing all those great movies as a boy, back in 1960s America, it was just great, it was a "Wonderland," the movies and movie houses of yor.

Well, again, I've gone way off the track again. Were'nt we talking about how to watch a movie? Yep. Now watching a movie in your normal way, and watching a movie with my winemaker cousin Joseph Macari Jr. of the North Fork of Long Island, New York is a whole other story. First off, you're got to have a great movie. A movie with great actors and a great director always helps. When Joe and I would be watching movies, most of them would tend to be what you'd call guy films, such as Mob Movies made by the likes of Italian-American Directors Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola. Movies like the Godfather I and II, Goodfellas, Casino, and Raging Bull.  The Pope of Greenwich Village by Vincent Partrick, and starring Mickey Rourke and Eric Roberts is one of our all-time favorites, as is State of Greace about the Irish Mafia of Hell's Kitchen , New York, and which Gary Oldman turned in one hell of an incredible performance, playing Irish Mob Boss (Ed Harris) crazy brother, Irish Mob Soldier.

So we'd pick a movie, get it ready, then Joe would go down into his wine cellar and grab an amazing bottle of Champagne. And I'm not talking about  Vueve Cliquot (Orange Label) or MOET - White Star, I'm talking some really serious Champagne, "The Best of The Best." Joe came back that night with a bottle of BILLECART - SALMON Rose. "Wow!" Well I never had this Champagne before, I'd never even heard of it. Joe popped the cork and poured me a glass. We toasted, and then I took my first sip. Again, "Wow," It was absolutely amazing. And I was in love. Yes I do love that Champagne, Billecart - Salmon Rose. It is so very delicious, and some have said, the Brut Rose Champagne produced by the Champagne House of Billecart - Salmon is a reference point as to how a great French Rose Champagne should taste, and that's absolutely marvelous. And it should "Blow Your Mind" so to speak as that wine did for my that night, way back in the Fall of the year 2000. Yes Billecart Rose, as we call it, has to be my number 1 al-time favorite of all the great CHampagnes of France. And I've had many great champagnes, and ones that are far more expensive, and some might think better, than the Rose of Billecart Salmon, but not me. It was that special night, hanging out with my cousin Joe, watching Mickey Rourke and Eric Roberts in The Pope of Greenwich Village, enjoying the film, laughing, talking about it, and savoring that fine Champagne. 

   

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Billecart - Salmon

Brut Rose

The champagnes of Maison Billecart-Salmon are above all created thanks to the knowledge of the men who rigorously cultivate an estate of 100 hectares, obtaining grapes from an area totaling 300 hectares across 40 crus of the Champagne region.

The majority of the grapes used for vinification come from a radius of 20km around Epernay, where the Grand Crus of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay co-exist, in the ethereal vineyards of the Montagne de Reims, the Vallée de la Marne and the Côte des Blancs.

Yes, we do love our Champagne, we're music lover, gourmands, and film buffs, and we combine these interests into some very sepcial times. Over the years we watched Man on Fire with Denzel Washington and Dakota Fanning, True Romance, Pulp Fiction, The Silence of The Lambs and other great movies. And we drank wines like Solaia, Tiganello, Taittinger's Comtes di Champagne and other great wines, and vintage Champagne. Our, and by the way, I haven't completely set the scene. When Joe and I watched these movies and drank Champagne, it was after the whole family, after a long day at Macari Vineyards, we'd all have a nice dinner together. We cooked, ate, chatted, and drank some nice wine with dinner. Then, as everyone was quite tired and would retire to bed, Joe and I would get our movie, an awesome bottle of Champagne, and we'd dig in. Dig into a classic film and some Vintage Champagne.

"Now that my friends, is How You Watch a Movie. Wouldn't you agree?" Basta !  

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Me & Cousin Joe

Drinking Prosecco in VENICE

 

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James Caan, Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, and John Cazale

As The CORELONE FAMILY

Sonny, Don Vito, Michael, and Freddo

In FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA'S The GODFATHER

"Joe and I drank "MILLE Una NOTTE" from our friends The RALLO FAMILY of DONNAFUGATA , Marsala, SICILY when we watched this one. We had to, great Sicilian Wine and a Sicilian Family, The CORLEONES of Corleone, Sicilia ...

 

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Gary Oldman

STATE of GRACE

Wine Pairing ?

IRISH WHISKEY of Course !

TULLAMORE DEW

 

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PULP FICTION

Our Wine Pairing ?

RUINART BLANC di BLANC

 

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RUINART

BLANC de BLANCS

Mia Wallace (Uma Thurman) would approve of the Champagne selection, "I'm sure."

For me, Pulp Fiction was an absolute Masterpiece, and easily director Quentin Tarrantino's greatest film. I really liked Tarrantino's first film Resevoir Dogs, but not nearly as much as Pulp Fiction, which is in my Top 10 Films. 

John Travolta, Ving Raimes, Eric Stolz, Harvey Keitel, and Samuel L. Jackson were awesome in the film, as was Uma.

The screenplay by Tarrantio and Roger Avery was the base of this great film. I'm still waiting for tarrantino to make at least one more great film, but just for this masterpiece alone, for me he's a genius. And I love another screenplay that Tarrantino wrote, but didn't direct the movie. And that would be the movie True Romance, directed by the late great Tony Scott (RIP).

 

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Robert DeNiro as JAKE LaMOTTA

In Martin Scorsese 's RAGING BULL

Wine Pairing ?

 

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KRUG

Grande Cuvee

Raging Bull, another great film classic from director Martin Scorsese. KRUG Grande Cuvee, what can you say, "This Champagne is Amazing!" It's KRUG after all?

 

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Christopher Walken and Dennis Hopper

TONY SCOTT'S "TRUE ROMANCE"

As Vincenzo Cocotti and Cliff Worley

WINE PAIRING for TRUE ROMANCE ?

POL ROGER "SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL"

 

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POL ROGER - SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL

 

"Dam I Love this Champagne!" What's not to Love? Pol Roger- Sir Winston Churchill is one of the Best Champagne's money can buy, "you just can't get any better." Full of those yeasty bready Brioche flavors that I love in fine Vintage Champagne. And the movie True Romance, what can I say? Dam, I just flipped for this film the first time I saw it. And seeing this movie and Christian Slater's awesome performance as Clarence Worly, just blew my mind, and I finally gained respect for Christian's acting abilities. I've know Christian since he was about 10 years old, and his mother, powerhouse Casting Director Mary Jo Slater used to bring him to a restaurant I worked in long ago (the 1980s).

This film was awesome from beginning to end, and is one of Quentin Tarrantino's greatest works. he wrote the screenplay, but didn't make the movie, which was directed by Tony Scott. The movie is filled with one awesome ensemble cast which includes: the stars Slater and Patricia Arquette (ALabama), along with cameos by Dennis Hopper (Slater's father), Christopher Walkin as Mob Boss Vincenzo Cocotti, Brad Pitt as Michael Rappaport's "Stoner Friend," Val Kilmer plays ELVIS PRESLEY, Gary Oldman is aboslutely Electrifying as wannabe Rastafarian Drug Dealer / Pimp called Drexl.

Anyway, I love the movie, and was oh so happy to turn Joe on to it. He had never seen it before, and he abolutely loved it. We had a great time watching it together, and The Sir Winston Chruchill Champagne did not hurt at all. "It was incredible!"

to be Continued .... 

I will add to my reviews of both the Movies, Actors, and Champagne's at a later date. Hope you all enjoy this for now. So until the next great movie, and the next great French Champagne. As Arnold would say, "Hasta la Vista Baby!"

Sunday, July 21, 2019

Man on The Moon Neil Armstrong Michael Stipe REM

MAN on The MOON
 
 
NEIL ARMSTRONG Walks on the MOON
 
July 20, 1969
 
"One Small Step for Man , One Giant Leap for Mankind"
 
 
As American Astronaut Neil Armstrong takes his first step on the Moon and does a Moon walk on July 20th in the Year of Our Lord 1969.
 
 
Yes, those historic words were spoke by Neil Armstrong "One Small Step for Man, One Giant Leap for Mankind," as he his first steps on the surface of the Moon, a feat never realize by any man in the entire history of the World up to that point, and a feat only achieved by a handful of men to this very day July 20th on the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing and man walking upon the surface of our Moon.
 
I was just 11 years old when I watched the television as the great newsman Walter Cronkite commentated the events on CBS News as the Eagle Landed on Tranquility Base, Cronkite commentated as Neil Armstrong came out of the Lunar Lander "The Eagle" walked down the ladder and set his foot on the surface of the Moon. It was quite exciting for a boy of just 11 years to watch. I was witnessing one of mankind's most historical event ever, live, watching this monumental event play out on TV for people to watch live as it was happening all over the world. And here I am today, a man of 61, and remembering back to that day.
 
We were over my mother's good friend Josie Romeo's house in North Arlington, New Jersey. We were there for a Summer weekend visit, and the Apollo 11 space capsule was already orbiting the Moon. The Romeo's had just put in a nice Cabana Pool, and we were hanging out there most of the day. I remember eating Watermelon on the deck of the pool, which for me always seemed like a special treat every time we had some, and this time was no different. I loved my watermelon. 
 
I specifically can still remember two of my favorite songs that were popular in the Summer of 69. One was actually just that. The song was "One" by Three Dog Night, "One is The Loneliest Number," I guess speaking of being alone. The other big song was "These Eyes" by the Guess Who. Other hit songs in the Summer of 1969 were: Grazing in The Grass by The Friends of Distinction, People Got to Be Free by The Rascals, and a very weird song to me, In The Year 2525. Also popular that year, were GET BACK by The Beatles, and Honky Tonk Woman by The Rolling Stones.
 
The year 1969 was quite a year for New Yorker's. The New York Jets had already won the Superbowl in January, led by brash quarterback Joe Namath.  New York's National League baseball team The Mets would go on to Win The World Series of Baseball in 1969 and the New York Knicks basketball team would win the NBA Championship in 1970 for the 1969 / 1970 basketball season. Yes it was quite a year for New York.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
REM
 
MAN on THE MOON
 
Michael Stipe
 
 
 
The MOON LANDING at 50
 
Neil Armstrong 's Own Words
 
 
 
 
 
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GOT ANY KAHLUA ?
 
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The GUESS WHO
 
"THESE EYES"
 
 
The SUMMER of 1969
 
MAN LANDED on THE MOON
 
 
 
 
MY FAVORITE THINGS in 1969
 
TELEVISION
 
RADIO
 
MUSIC : The BEATLES, The ROLLING STONES, All MOTOWN R&B Artists, Philly Sound
 
CHEESEBURGERS
 
RIDING Around in the Car or my Fathers FORD PICK-UP TRUCK (or Dodge)
 
DINERS
 
WIFFLE BALL
 
The METS
 
CARS, watching Car Races, and  Reading HOT ROD MAGAZINE
 
LAKE GEORGE, "our Family Vacation Spot"
 
PALISADES AMUSEMENT PARK  READ MORE
 
FISHING - At Lake George
 
Aurora Race Cars
 
GOOD HUMOR ICE CREAM
 
WILD WORLD of SPORTS - ABC Network Television
 
 
 
 
 
 
PALASADES AMUSEMENT PARK
 
"SWINGS ALL DAY and AFTER DARK"
 
 
 
 
 
AURORA MUSTANG RACE CAR SET
 
 
Circa 1960s
 
 
 
 
 
WIFFLE BALL
 
BAT & BALL
 
 
We spent 100s of Happy Hours playing WIFFLE BALL, me and all my friends at the Cornelia Street Playground in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Playing WIffle Ball, as well as playing Touch Football, and Basketball, also on Cornelia Street was one of our favorite pastimes. We playes STCK BALL once in a while, but we highly favored WIFFLE BALL over Stickball. One problem, as kids that didn't have a lot of money, was when the Spalding or Wiffle Ball would break in-half, and we'd all have to chip on our nickels and dimes and any money we could get our hands on, and go to the Candy Store to buy a new ball in order to keep playing the game.
 
When buying the Wiffle Ball, if we had any money left we'd get and Ice Cream Bar, or candy. Candy Bars were just a Nickel back then, and an Ice Cream Sandwich or Ice Cream Bar was 10 Cents. But, we usually reserved getting the ice cream from Fritz the Good Humor Ice Cream Man who always came by the playground and we dive into the cool looking Good Humor Ice Cream Truck to get our Ice Cream of Choice. Ah, "The Good Old Days," simpler happy times growing up in 1960s and 70s America. These were some of the things we'd do. And "Oh My God," the music was so Wonderful back then. "Not Like The Crap" they make these days (21st Century MUSIC SUCKS).
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
A GOOD HUMOR ICE CREAM TRUCK
 
CIRCA 1960s
 
 
READ MORE about The GOOD HUMOR ICE CREAM TRUCK
 
 
 
 
One of The COOLEST PIECES of AMERICAN EVER !
 
A GOOD HUMOR ICE CREAM TRUCK
 
 
 
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Joe Namath 
Joe Namath leads the New York Jets to a Superbowl Victory over
Johnny Unitas and The Baltimore Colts at the Orange Bowl, Miami, Fla., January 12th 1969
 
 

Thursday, May 23, 2019

Dice Clay Dangerfields

 
 
DICE CLAY
 
 
 
ANDREW DICE CLAY
 
 
At RODNEY DANGERFIELDS
 
 
1987
 
 
 
 
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HOTELS NEW YORK & WORLDWIDE
 
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Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Positano Almost Free Amalfi Coast Travel

 



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Anthony has the skinny on great hotels, How to Get There , and what to do once you're there, great restaurants, Cheap Eats, where the Best Beaches are and all sorts of juicy tidbits, like how to make your very own Aperol  Spritz, and re-living great memories of the Amalfi Coast once you're back home.

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Thursday, April 4, 2019

Speakeasy Cocktail Bars New York Tour Prohibition Era Mafia

131 CHRYSTIE STREET
 
NEW YORK
 
Speakeasies are, at least in theory, supposed to be a reward for those who put in the effort to find them. Fig19 131 CHRYSTIE holds that tradition, as you could easily be confused into visiting the crazy dance club which causes such a racket next door. Fig19 at 131 Chrystie stands as the antithesis, offering creative takes on classic cocktails in the back room of an art gallery called SFA Projects. The mood is mellow and ambient, a nice retreat from the Bowery chaos.
 
 
 
 
 
NEW YORK REVELERS CELEBRATE
 
The END of PROHIBITION
 
At an OLD NEW YORK SPEAKEASY
 
 
 
 
 
You'll Know You're Almost There
 
At PDT
 
"PLEASE DON'T TELL"
 
 
WHEN YOU SEE The Big HOTDOG
 
"EAT ME"
 
At GRIFF DOGS
 
On St Marks Place
 
NYC
 
GRIFF DOGS
 
It's a Great HOTDOG JOINT
 
WHERE YOU CAN GET a JERSEY "RIPPER"
 
DEEP-FRIED HOTDOG
 
A CHICAGO DOG
 
Or any Kind of FRANKFOOTER You LIKE
 
"See The TELEPHONE BOOTH" ???
 
IF YOU HAVE a "SECRET CODE" You Can GET INSIDE !!!PDT
The BAR at PDT
 
"PLEASE DON'T TELL"
 
Do YOU HAVE the SECRET PASSWORD ???
 
Having Trouble Getting into NY SPEAKEASIES ?
 
Take The PROHIBITION BAR TOUR of NEW YORK
 
VISIT 3 DOWNTOWN NY SPEAKEASIES
 
 
And a GREAT HISTORICAL TOUR
 
Of PROHIBITION BARS in NEW YORK
 
 
Discover the secret New York City Bars of the 1920s on a 3-hour tour of some of the best-preserved venues from the days of Prohibition. Travel back in time, and learn the story of alcohol bans in America, and how it was resisted by the locals.
 
  • Visit the secret bars of the Prohibition era
  • Learn about the campaign to ban alcohol, and the efforts to resist it
  • Go to 4 of the Best Preserved Bars from the 1920s
 
 
Learn the story of Prohibition in the United States, and hear about the nationwide ban on the sale, production, importation, and transportation of alcoholic beverages between 1920 and 1933.
 
For More INFO and to Take The NEW YORK PROHIBITION BAR TOUR Click!
 
 
 
 
 
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