Enjoy the fireplace at Horace & Sylvia's Publick House

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One of the restaurants where you can kick back and enjoy drinks and nibbles by the fire is Babylon's Horace & Sylvia's Publick House. Easy chairs are arranged in a semicircle in front of the bar-restaurant's fireplace. Sidle up here and you can also soak in a view of the busy village sidewalk through the large front windows. And don't forget about their eclectic mix of appetizers and entrees, all of which can be enjoyed fireside, like "Kap't Krunch Chicken" (chicken fingers coated in the cereal).

At Horace and Sylvia's Publick House in Babylon
(Credit: Bruce Gilbert)

At Horace and Sylvia's Publick House in Babylon they have re-done the restaurant and have a fireplace area near the bar. Sara Orlando and Rick Seifert have a drink and conversation by the fireplace. (Dec. 1, 2012)

At Horace and Sylvia's Publick House, in Babylon,
(Credit: Bruce Gilbert)

At Horace and Sylvia's Publick House, in Babylon, they have re-done the restaurant and have a fireplace area near the bar. Jennifer Hoolan sits near the fireplace with a friend. (Dec. 1, 2012)

At Horace and Sylvia's Publick House in Babylon
(Credit: Bruce Gilbert)

At Horace and Sylvia's Publick House in Babylon they have re-done the restaurant and have a fireplace area near the bar where Jennifer Hoolan and Eileen Daly sit. (Dec. 1, 2012)

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At Horace and Sylvia's Publick House, in Babylon,
(Credit: Bruce Gilbert)

At Horace and Sylvia's Publick House, in Babylon, they have re-done the restaurant and have a fireplace area near the bar. Jennifer Hoolan sits near the fireplace with a friend. (Dec. 1, 2012)

At Horace and Sylvia's Publick House, in Babylon,
(Credit: Bruce Gilbert)

At Horace and Sylvia's Publick House, in Babylon, they have re-done the restaurant and have a fireplace area near the bar. (Dec. 1, 2012)

At Horace and Sylvia's Publick House, in Babylon,
(Credit: Bruce Gilbert)

At Horace and Sylvia's Publick House, in Babylon, they have re-done the restaurant and have a fireplace area near the bar. (Dec. 1, 2012)

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