LIEDY’S SHORE INN, New Brighton

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Because of busy scheduling — work, tours and everything else — I haven’t been able to limp around outdoors with a camera of late, which is what got Forgotten New York started in the first place. Fortunately, I have a library of thousands of pictures, which keeps the whole thing going during down periods like this! I hope to resume a semi-normal schedule of Forgottening in November (2013). From the ForgottenFiles:

Liedy’s Shore Inn , Staten Island’s oldest bar, can be found on Richmond Terrace near Lafayette Avenue in New Brighton, Staten Island;  it has been in the Liedy family since it opened in 1905. There’s a player piano, an ancient phone booth—used during filming for the Madonna music video “Papa Don’t Preach”—and raconteur Larry Liedy, who will regale you with stories of Staten Island’s waterfront.

11/1/13





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One Response to LIEDY’S SHORE INN, New Brighton

  1. steven says:

    Nice to see a place like this is still around and in the same family for over 100 years.

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