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The patron saint of the White Horse Tavern is unmistakably Dylan Thomas. Although other luminaries including Bob Dylan, James Baldwin and Delmore Schwartz were known to wet their whistles here, it was Thomas' prodigious and ultimately fatal boozing that put this spot on the map. Revered since the 1950s for the bohemian crowd that came to drink, scheme and argue, today's clientele is less literary: a blend of tourists, yuppies and locals, on what could be the same stools.