Yesterday, Eater NY photographer Daniel Krieger stopped by the three-day-long auction at Manhattan's landmark Tavern on the Green to get a snapshot of the historic restaurant as it was sold off piece by piece by piece. Head over to Eater NY to take a long look around the place, and to read more about the sad dismantling of the restaurant institution, check out the background story in the Eater Archives, an excellent requiem by Francis Lam and more coverage in the Times and NRN.
Inside the Tavern on the Green As It Gets Auctioned Off
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