Brief description of Pfaff's provided for readers of The Saturday Press who wrote in to inquire about the bar.
In reply to numerous communications,--some of them from distant parts of the country (Peoria, etc.),--it may be well to say that Pfaff's is simply a modest Restaurant and Lager Beer Saloon, at 647 Broadway, which, owning to the fact that Pfaff is a 'jolly good fellow,' and has an excellent bill of fare at moderate prices, is extensively patronized by young literary men, artists, and that large class of people called Germans.
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