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Their cheeseburger is incredible.
Nov 11, 2011 – FREEwilliamsburg: The Williamsburg, Brooklyn Culture Guide. ... heard rumors of a new speakeasy type place named “Hermanville” opening in South Williamsburg.
Be sure to get here early enough to experience the state of the art bathrooms
Get the Buffalo Wings. Usually you have to ask for them special.
John Lennon and his son Sean would sometimes celebrate their birthdays here. They shared the same birthday, October 9th. Max Leroy (son of the owner Warner LeRoy) was good friends with Sean Lennon.
69 West 71st street is the former home of John Lennon's favorite place to go for coffee, Cafe La Fortuna. When it was closing in the late 2000's, the owners gave John's favorite table to Yoko Ono.
John Lennon would take his son Sean here for swimming lessons.
After John Lennon was given 60 days to leave the US by President Nixon, John and Yoko held a press conference here on April Fools day 1973 to introduce their conceptual country called "Nutopia."
This was the spot where David Bowie and John Lennon wrote and recorded "Fame" in a one day session in January of 1975.
August 30th, 1972 John Lennon recorded two concerts at MSG to raise money for charity. November 28th, 1974 he joined Elton John on stage for what would be his final major performance.
John Lennon is counted as one of the many famous people who have frequented McSorley's.
At the time this was known as The Hit Factory. John and Yoko recorded the Grammy winning album Double Fantasy here.
John and Yoko moved here in February of 1973. Sadly, this would also be the scene of John's untimely death, outside of the building on December 8th, 1980.
John and Yoko moved into this 2br loft after the St. Regis and enjoyed hosting neighbors like Allen Ginsburg. The apartment was robbed at one point by a former tenant, and they decided to move out.
The first New York residence for John and Yoko.
The Beatles frequently stayed here, also the spot where they attempted to sign papers dissolving Apple Records. Lennon refused to come instead sending a balloon with the sign ‘Listen to this balloon.’
It was here that The Beatles' manager Brian Epstein held a damage control press conference soon after John made the statement that The Beatles were "more popular than Jesus." 8/6/1966
8/28/64 Bob Dylan first introduced The Beatles to marijuana. He had assumed they smoked after misunderstanding the lyrics from I Wanna Hold Your Hand to say "I Get High" instead of "I Can't Hide."
John and The Beatles made their US Debut on the Ed Sullivan show on February 9th, 1964