Bookbinders Bar

Wikipedia:

Old Original Bookbinder’s was a seafood restaurant at 125 Walnut Street in Philadelphia. It was known for its lobsters and its Bookbinder Soup.

The restaurant was decorated with bas-reliefs of U.S. Presidents on its stained-glass facade and the Gettysburg Address written in bronze near the front door. The lobby held the world’s largest indoor lobster tank; it could accommodate 350 lobsters.[citation needed]

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