Watch: Grabbing a Drink at the 5 Oldest Bars in New York City

NYC/LA based filmmaker Roberto Serrini recently visited the 5 oldest bars (disputed) in New York City, then made this entertaining video documenting each place.

One day I had a camera a few friends willing to day drink with me as we rolled into the 5 oldest bars in NYC. Full of ghosts, gimlets, and guys buried behind the bar. Guaranteed good time.

The 5 bars Serrini visited were:

  • PJ Clarkes (1884)
  • Bridge Cafe (1794)
  • Fraunce's Tavern (1719)
  • Pete's Tavern (1864)
  • McSorely's (1862)

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