The Temple Bar

The Temple Bar (Dublin, Ireland)

Temple Bar often refers to the region and not to the pub which is known as “The Temple Bar”. For the sake of being thorough we have included a little information about both.  But let’s

Fraunces Tavern

Fraunces Tavern (Manhattan, New York)

Located in downtown Manhattan and just a few blocks from Wall Street, Fraunces Tavern was first opened in 1762 and is one of the oldest operating taverns in New York City. The building itself was

The Markt in Bruges, Belgium

The Market Square of Bruges | The Markt (Bruges, Belgium)

The Markt (Market Square) of Bruges, the largest city and capital of the province of West Flanders in the Flemish Region of Belgium, is located right in the heart of the city and covers an area of just about 1 hectare (2.5 acres).  Since the twelfth century

The Bloomsbury Tavern

The Bloomsbury Tavern (London, England)

The Holborn district in the West End of central London has a rich history due largely to its rise as a main thoroughfare in the time of Henry V.  With London’s West End Theater District

The Big Chicken

The Big Chicken (Marietta, Georgia)

Kentucky Fried Chicken is not generally known for their unique restaurant design, but in Marietta, Georgia The Big Chicken is definitely unique.  Built in 1963, as Johnny Reb’s Chick, Chuck and Shake, the 56 foot

The Griswold Inn (Essex, Connecticut)

The oldest continuously run tavern in the United States is located in the quaint seaport village of Essex, Connecticut.  Founded by three brothers in the late 18th century (1776 to be exact) and named for

Randy's Donuts

Randy’s Donuts (Inglewood, California)

Randy’s Donuts is a bakery and landmark building in Inglewood, California.  Built in 1953, Randy’s Donuts was the second location of the Big Donut Drive-in chain which had ten locations in the 1905s.  The brain-child

The Space Needle (Seattle, Washington)

There are few landmarks so intimately tied to a city that it’s difficult to think of one without the other.  Among that list are the Golden Gate Bridge, The London Eye, the Statue of Liberty,

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