The Algonquin Hotel

Historically known as a gathering spot for many authors, the Algonquin Hotel has seen the presence of authors such as Dorothy Parker, George S. Kauffman, Robert Bench, and the founder of The New Yorker, Harold Ross. The Hotel became a regular meeting spot for “The Algonquin Round Table,” a group of writers, critics, and actors. The hotel houses Blue Bar, also a popular meeting ground for authors and other creative minds alike.

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