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Morning View - White Horse Tavern

On Hudson Street in the West Village, the White Horse Tavern was the major hang-out for "bohemian" artists of the '50s & 60's. Famous regulars included Bob Dylan, Jack Kerouac, Norman Mailer, James Baldwin, Hunter S. Thompson and Dylan Thomas - who famously drank himself to death at the White Horse. The White Horse opened as a bar for longshoremen in 1880.


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