While holiday movies are currently flooding network and streaming services, Christmas-themed series are rare. Netflix is offering a number of offers, including “Dash and Lily,” which crashed on November 10. Based on the Yuletid-themed show, Rachel Cohen and David Levitton’s 2011 Y novel “Dash and Lily’s Book of Days”, there are histories of two teenagers, Dash (Austin Abrams) and Lily (Midori Francis), each reading through a notebook. Anonymous has lagged throughout the entire holiday season.
Set and filmed at Big Apple, the most notable position in the series Strand Bookstore, Where Lily discovered the ubiquitous notebook later in the first episode by Dash, “Dash” and where (Spoiler alert!) The two finally reunite with the finalist, “New Year’s Eve”. Maxley’s Old Alley House is only slightly less notable, the “Christmas” pen.
Located at the base of the five-story brick Tenant Building, Maxorley was originally founded by John Maxorley, an Irish transplanter in 1854 (yes, 1854!). Although originally named “Home in the Old House”, not everyone called it “Maxorle’s”, the bar’s sign did not blow during the storm in 1906, but John officially named the place, although reading “Maxerley’s Old Time Ale House” Instead of the signature.On one stage, “time” was omitted, but apart from the other, something has changed a bit about the water hole more than 160 years ago!
Maxwell’s building housing was updated and expanded to today’s brick structure in 1864 (which John bought in 1888), obscuring virtually everything on the premises from the beginning. The walls of the monument and ephemera are paved, the wooden floor is covered, and the air-heated potbeld stoves are a holdover of the early days.
There are some nayayers out there though Those debates The date of establishment of the pub, the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission is basically This is approval, And the argument seems perfectly side by side. One of Maxwell’s unforgettable historic saloons in Manhattan, an authentic unique cast of pre-nineteenth-century village life.
Click on the gallery for more dirt on Maxley’s Old Alley House from “Dash and Lily”.