This is the story of a dark horse tavern.
In the early 1990s, a new bar opened in New York City called Dark Horse.
The owners were young, ambitious, and eager to take over the entire bar industry.
They called it Dark Horse for a reason: they wanted to create a “dark horse” experience.
This bar was meant to be an outlet for a diverse, creative and innovative audience, and it was meant for people who were interested in food and drink.
But as the restaurant went public, the owners realized that they had underestimated the challenge they faced in serving the same people who enjoyed the original Dark Horse as well as those who wanted to spend time with friends and family.
The owners decided that they would take matters into their own hands.
Instead of just a restaurant, the Dark Horse was to be a place where people could gather for dinner and drinks, as well.
And they were to serve it in a way that was welcoming to people of all backgrounds.
So they opened Dark Horse to the public on July 4, 1990.
You see, when the owners opened Dark, they didn’t realize that the public would be a little surprised to find out that they were going to serve alcohol at a restaurant.
It was the first restaurant in New Yorkers history to serve food.
And, because it was the restaurant that had been around since the early 1800s, it was also a place that would be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
When the owners decided to open Dark Horse, they were hoping to serve people who would come for the food, the drinks, the music and the atmosphere, but also to serve them the people.
They were aiming for a crowd that was diverse, knowledgeable, and friendly.
As the night went on, Dark Horse became a destination for people from all over the city.
People from the suburbs and the city, as far away as New Jersey and Pennsylvania, would come in for drinks, and there would be food vendors in the restaurant’s outdoor seating area.
At night, the people would gather at the bar and sing songs, watch TV shows, listen to music, and enjoy themselves.
It was a place for people to come together and have fun, even if it was at a bar in the middle of nowhere.
On a rainy July night, I visited Dark Horse with my sister.
I was in my mid-20s, so it was an adventure for me to go to a bar, and to go outside on a rainy night in a New York city with my brother.
For me, the first time I went to a restaurant was at Dark Horse in 1990.
I went with my mother and my sister, and we all got together to eat at a local restaurant, a place called the Dixie.
What made Dark Horse such a unique and unique experience was that there was no need to come to Dark Horse and wait in line.
My mother and I sat at the counter and waited.
“Why do we have to wait?” my sister asked me.
She was right.
We had been waiting a long time.
My sister’s mother was from Virginia, and she had been to the bar before Dark Horse opened, and I was a college student from Boston.
But she had never been to a Bar in New England before.
Our mother and sister both thought it was so cool.
A little later, my mother said, “We’ve been waiting.
How’s it going?”
My sister was very happy.
We both looked around the restaurant and we both saw that there were so many people, and so many of them were wearing masks.
There were people dressed up like ghosts and zombies and vampires, and they were dancing and dancing and laughing and enjoying themselves.
Then my mother took me to the back.
There were people in masks.
We had to wait.
Everyone at the table was wearing masks, and the people were all dancing and singing, and my mother asked them, “Are you all dressed up?” and my mom laughed.
After that, everyone at the restaurant got dressed and went outside and started dancing.
It took about five hours for the rest of the restaurant to get back in business.
My mother was in her mid-30s at the time.
And she had just come out of a two-year-long coma.
That night, she had the best time of her life.
Now, it’s hard for me, but it’s easy for me for her.
I have that smile on my face when I think about her, and when I watch the television show “Dancing With the Stars” with my sisters and my brother, I know that I have the same smile on this table, this night.
She is my mother.
I love her, but I’m going to have to work harder to show my appreciation.
That smile is always there,