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28th October 2011

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YOU DID KNOW WE WERE HAUNTED, RIGHT? (Which is why you should join us on Halloween!)
One if by Land, Two if by Sea is known as one of New York City’s most romantic (if not the most romantic) restaurants. What a place to wine, dine…get engaged! 
But beyond its rustic charm, romance, and exquisite cuisine, this eatery possesses true history (and is thus possessed!). This space used to be the carriage house of Aaron Burr—America’s third vice president known for killing Alexander Hamilton in a dual. Apparently, Mr. Burr still likes to keep tabs on his former dwelling, haunting it along with his daughter, Theodosia (who loves jewelry—watch out ladies!). More so, a parapsychologist who has visited the restaurant reported 20 active ghosts there. He says they’re all from different time periods, but are all aware of each other… Spooky!
So, naturally, One if by Land is THE place to be on Halloween. Reserve your spot at our annual Halloween party (along with our 20 ghosts, of course)! (Monday, October 31st, 9pm—1am)
Read more about the ghostly aspect of our restaurant in some great write-ups by Eater, Guest of a Guest, and amNewYork.
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*Spot the shadowy ghost in this photo—courtesy of Shannon McGarvey—check out her post about OIBL.
 ~Jessie Bronfman

YOU DID KNOW WE WERE HAUNTED, RIGHT? (Which is why you should join us on Halloween!)

One if by Land, Two if by Sea is known as one of New York City’s most romantic (if not the most romantic) restaurants. What a place to wine, dine…get engaged!

But beyond its rustic charm, romance, and exquisite cuisine, this eatery possesses true history (and is thus possessed!). This space used to be the carriage house of Aaron Burr—America’s third vice president known for killing Alexander Hamilton in a dual. Apparently, Mr. Burr still likes to keep tabs on his former dwelling, haunting it along with his daughter, Theodosia (who loves jewelry—watch out ladies!). More so, a parapsychologist who has visited the restaurant reported 20 active ghosts there. He says they’re all from different time periods, but are all aware of each other… Spooky!

So, naturally, One if by Land is THE place to be on Halloween. Reserve your spot at our annual Halloween party (along with our 20 ghosts, of course)! (Monday, October 31st, 9pm—1am)

Read more about the ghostly aspect of our restaurant in some great write-ups by Eater, Guest of a Guest, and amNewYork.

Like us on facebook! Follow us on Twitter!

*Spot the shadowy ghost in this photo—courtesy of Shannon McGarvey—check out her post about OIBL.

 ~Jessie Bronfman

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