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|Tags||Ball in the Culture, Business of BaseballBall in the Culture, Business of Baseball|
|Location||Greater New York CityGreater New York City|
|City/State/Country:||NYC, NY, United States|
|Modern Address||106 Maiden Ln, cnr Pearl|
|Game||Base BallBase Ball|
|Immediacy of Report||Contemporary|
|Age of Players||AdultAdult|
ENGLISH PLUM PUDDING AND ROAST BEEF FOR DINNER, TO-DAY. Also partridges, green turtle soup, and steaks.
RICHARDSON & McLEOD, 106 Maiden lane, corner Pearl.
Call and see the cricket and base ball books and bulletins.
New York Herald, Sep. 7, 1859
This may not actually have been the first establishment to cater to base ballists. The New York Sunday Mercury noted on Jan. 9, 1859, that "Mr. William P. Valentine, president of the Phantom Base Ball Club, has opened a dining saloon in Broadway, adjoining Wallack's Theatre, which he styles the 'Home Base'."Edit with form to add a comment
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|Submitted by||Bob Tholkes|
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