Montauk's Dock Restaurant Changes Sign Deemed Offensive To The Irish - 27 East

Montauk’s Dock Restaurant Changes Sign Deemed Offensive To The Irish

author on Jul 29, 2014
Bar owner George Watson’s politically incorrect humor at the Dock Bar & Grill in Montauk has seemingly caught up with him.Posted on the window next to the entrance of the... more

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