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Harry Smith visits McSorley's, NYC’s oldest Irish saloon

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NBC’s Harry Smith marks St. Patrick’s Day by visiting McSorley's Old Ale House, the longest continuously operating bar in New York City. He learns about its proud history and why some consider it “a kind of heaven.”