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(Wall Street Journal)   New pub in New York has "Gangs of New York" theme. You'd better bring your own knife   (blogs.wsj.com) divider line 2
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2013-02-09 11:14:27 AM
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FTFA:  But Muldoon knew it couldn't be just any bar - or even any mixology bar. The "Gangs of New York" theme - meaning a 19th-century Irish New York theme, more or less - suggested itself because of Muldoon's interest in the rough-and-tumble era. Moreover, it was an era when mixology (or at least an early version of it) was just coming of age. "There was a cocktail thing at the same time as the Irish thing," says Muldoon.

Sounds like somebody hasn't seen the movie.

/Dead Rabbits were a nativist, anti-Irish gang
//a sign for an Irish bar with Bill the Butcher on it is hilarious
///movie sucked
//DDL was awesome
/"Burn him; see if his ashes turn green"
/
2013-02-09 12:34:32 PM
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"Mixologist" = overpriced drinks and a douche-crew crowd. No thanks.
 
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