White Horse Tavern
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White Horse Tavern information
It’s a bit on the tourist trail, but that doesn’t dampen the century-old, pubby dark-wood, tin-ceiling atmosphere of this bar, where Dylan Thomas had his last drink (too many beers led to his 1953 death) and a tipsy Jack Kerouac got kicked out. Sit at the long oak bar inside or on sidewalk tables.