Posted July 19, 2019 at 12:00 am

If you squint, you might catch a few art history easter eggs on this page.

A quick historical note: 17th century taverns often doubled as a residence for the proprietor and a boarding house for visitors looking for a place to stay. They also served as venues for auctions during the height of tulipmania, because combining alcohol and tulip futures was a great idea and completely consequence-free.

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