Berta’s & Mina’s Antiquities
This cluttered gallery, with paintings seemingly tumbling out onto the sidewalk, specializes in regional folk art, especially the works...
Whether you're looking to learn wine history, knife skills or hands-on seafood prep, Savvy's got it.
Calling Ms Mae’s a dive is like calling the Pacific Ocean a body of water; it’s technically true, but kind of misses the spirit of the...
Pascal’s Manale is an Uptown tradition, established in 1913, with walls bedecked with black-and-white photos of staff, patrons and the...
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Touro Synagogue information
Founded in 1828, Touro is the oldest synagogue in the city and the oldest in the USA outside of the original 13 colonies. It bears a slight resemblance to a red brick Byzantine temple, with its squat buttresses and bubbly domes. The local congregation began as an amalgamation of local Spanish-descended Jews and German Jewish immigrants, a relatively rare mixed lineage in American Judaism.