Yes Deweys is famous, even got a mention in a Newspaper in Britan the UK that is
By day, the town's main street was just like a thousand other small-town main streets throughout America, and every other shop or office had the word "community" in its name. As I was a stranger in town, everybody took it upon themselves to greet me in the street. And they wouldn't just say a breezy "Good morning". Instead they'd come out with things like: "Did you enjoy your meat loaf at Connie's Diner last night?" The whole town always seemed to know everything I'd been up to.
When George takes Clarence, his guardian angel, to Martini's bar, Nick, the barman, tells him: "Hey, look mister, we serve hard drinks in here for men who want to get drunk fast."
So, did Seneca Falls also have a darker side, I wondered? Outside Dewey's 3rd Ward Tavern, pick-up trucks with gun-racks in their rear windows lined the car park. Inside the roadhouse bar men were necking Buds by the bottle and women in leather jackets and tight jeans shimmied to a Kenny Rogers track. Suddenly, I'd left the world of Frank Capra and walked into a scene from a David Lynch movie. Or so I thought, until one of the women who had been shooting pool came over and introduced herself. "Hi, I'm Diana Smith, the mayor, how're you doin'?" In Seneca Falls, even the dives are respectable.
NYPGR - Region 2
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