When the body of a dockworker turned bar owner is found floating in the East River, Castle and Beckett's investigation takes them into the forgotten tunnels and passageways of turn-of-the-century New York, where they uncover a secret that's been buried since the days of Prohibition. The story celebrates New York bar culture, setting Castle on a quest to preserve history by buying a bar of his very own.
Did You Know?
Martha references Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca (1942) with the line "Here's looking at you kid." See more
The bottle of 1875 St. Miriam shown in the auctioneer's archive photo has a label which reads "Scotch Whiskey". "Scotch" whisky is spelled "Whisky". The "e" only appears in non-Scottish Whiskeys. See more
You've made your point, Andy. So they closed the machine shop and turned it into an espresso bar. That doesn't make you a bad provider.
Look, this is crazy. It's the East River. The only thing you're going to catch out here is a cold.