Cooper Square Hotel, NY.
After checking in, I was hungry and up for staying up. So were the crew guys. So we walked a few blocks to McSorley’s.
McSorley's Old Ale House (oldest in the city).
They have two kinds of beer: light and dark. $3 each or two for $5.
Clint saunters up to the bar.
Not long after, Ryan wanted to hit the city a bit, for dinner and drinking. So a gang of us headed out. First stop: Lombardi’s Pizza.
We walked the streets, lead by Ryan, looking for a drink. First stop was PDT, an old speakeasy, where the entrance is a trick door in a phone both in a hot dog shop.
They were packed. So we ended up at the Whiskey Ward, having some Pappy Van Winkle. Which is delicious.