The last bastion of plain, blue-collar drinking in the posh West Village, the White Horse—named after a once-popular brand of Scotch—has lived many lives over its 130-plus years. It has been home to longshoreman, radicals and folk singers at various points of the 20th century. But it gained its lasting reputation during the ’50s and ’60 as the watering hole of earnest poets, journalists and novelists, most famously Dylan Thomas, who drained his last glass here.
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