In our HISTORIC NEW YORK CITY SURVIVORS: STRUGGLING TO SURVIVE COVID-19 we visit four historic small businesses in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan, which were all open as speakeasies during Prohibition serving alcohol and have now survived the Coronavirus pandemic in New York City. Prohibition in New York lasted from 1920 through 1933, when Congress repealed the 18th Amendment.
Although all of these historic #NYC restaurants, bars and theaters are currently closed for indoor seating & dining due to #COVID-19 restrictions, but many have outdoor dining areas that you can enjoy.
We encourage everyone to visit and help support the historic spots we visit on this tour and help them survive through COVID-19! I
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