The tavern was once the go-to destination for wine but has since become an alcohol agnostic; reviews of the most popular neighborhood drinking houses
History's Most Deadly Events": Influenza pandemic (1918-19) 20-40 million deaths;
The influenza pandemic of 1918-19, also known as the Spanish flu, is widely regarded as one of the deadliest pandemics in human history. It is estimated that between 20 and 40 million people died as a result of the pandemic, with some estimates putting the number as high as 50 million. The pandemic is also notable for its unusually high mortality rate among healthy adults, as well as its rapid spread across the globe.korjrb hdjdjhPublished 10 days ago in Proof
Inside The World's Best Speakeasy Bars
Speakeasy bars are one of the most exciting trends in the cocktail industry. These bars have a clandestine atmosphere, hidden entrances, and a strong focus on mixology and craft cocktails. They are inspired by the prohibition era in the United States, when the sale and consumption of alcohol were illegal. Today, speakeasies are legal, and they offer a unique and exclusive experience for those looking to try something new and different.
ClickDesigns | Graphics & Designs Made Easy - full review and specifications
As an online business owner or marketer, creating high-quality graphics and designs is essential to make your brand stand out from the crowd. But designing graphics from scratch can be time-consuming and requires a certain level of skill. This is where ClickDesigns comes in - a graphic design tool that simplifies the design process and allows you to create stunning graphics in minutes.freelancer SarifulPublished about a month ago in Proof
Do These Titties Smell Like Beer?
There are many celebrations that are about to take place in our country for New Year’s Eve. Clubs, bars, and restaurants will be full of people welcoming the new year by getting shitfaced and hopefully having a wonderful time.Jason ProvencioPublished 3 months ago in Proof
The Best Bars in NYC for Summer
A quick glance at the clock tells you it's 5:45 pm. No one is responding to email requests or phone calls now, let's face facts, the rest of New York has probably already gone home. To hell with it, you're switching off your monitor. There's no issue or inquiry that might arise between now and the time it takes you to get to the elevator that can't possibly wait until tomorrow. Stepping outside you see the sun hangs low in the sky, that's nice – but more importantly, you need a drink. It's the only way the problems and predicaments of the last eight hours can be safely dealt with. Right, where to go...Scott SnowdenPublished 6 years ago in Proof