by Benjamin Sutton, at Dec. 17, 2010, 1:47 a.m.
Walking tour stop name: 189 Bleecker Street: San Remo
Associated walking tour: Literary Greenwich Village
Walking tour stop description: "In period after World War II renewed literary activity in the Village centered in such bars as San Remo, Minetta's, (illegible), and later the White Horse. Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac lived on the Lower E. Side, they frequented the San Remo."
The San Remo was a popular Beat hangout located at 189 Bleecker Street, and the setting of John Clellon Holmes's novel Go (1952), the first published book to describe the Beat scene. This is the final stop on Bayrd Still's Literary Greenwich Village walking tour.
Walking tour stop location: POINT (-74.0014753472773918 40.7293817213200882)
Next walking tour stop: Literary Greenwich Village
Previous walking tour stop: Southeast corner of Thompson Street and Washington Square South: Village Tearooms
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