I would venture to say that Blue Anchor Pub has a more storied history than any other Delray Beach dining or drinking establishment. The first story begins in 1865, when the William Younger Brewery opened the Blue Anchor off London's Chancery Lane. It is said that two of Jack the Ripper's victims spent their last nights alive drinking here. It is also said that Winston Churchill used to stop in for a pint. It is known that when the owners disassembled the place in 1985, Lee Harrison bought the façade, including leaded, stained-glass windows, colorful Scottish crests, and Victorian-era doors, and in 1996 reconstructed the whole thing on the corner of East Atlantic Avenue... More >>>