Irish Pubs in New York
Pubs are popular places to go for a pint of your favorite Irish beer and a thick, hearty steak or shepherd's pie. Most of these places get mobbed on St. Patty's day, so plan ahead.
"Weekly Friday night concerts of Irish traditional music in New York City. Performers include the best local and visiting instrumentalists and singers." Shows at 9pm & 10:30pm. $10 cover. All ages. Dining available. Subway: A, C, 1, 2, 3, 9 to Chambers St.; N, R, 4, 5, 6 to City Hall.
Four to five bands per night come through this local Irish pub turned up-and-coming band factory, covering a broad range of rock styles. Shows are genrally 21 and over and covers are $7 - $10. Bands start at 8pm on weekdays and 9pm on weekends. Subway: L to 1st Ave., 6 to Astor Pl.
Come throw back a pint at this friendly Irish pub or dine on fabulous Irish/American fare.
Popular restaurant in the E. Village with good Irish cuisine.
This Irish Pub has Funk and Light Rock shows every Thursday and Friday, and Punk, Heavy Metal, and Hard Rock shows on Saturdays. Shows start at 9:30pm and 11pm, and there may or may not be a cover charge. Pub hours are 11am - 2am every day. Ages 21 and over. Subway: N, R, 6 to 28th St.
New York's best kept secret for St. Patrick's Day is here at Doc's. Something special is brewing up here, so you can bet your britches it's going to be fun. Come and partake!
Enjoy the warm, friendly pub atmosphere, plus great Irish and continental cuisine. Try hors d'oeuvres, eight different beers on tap, and a three-course pre-theatre prix-fixe dinner menu.
Irish Bar/Restaurant serving up live Traditional Irish and Irish Country music Wed - Sat nights. Open Mon - Sat from 11am - 4am, and Sun from 5pm - 4am. No cover. Ages 21 and over. Subway: E, F to Lexington Ave.; 6 to 51st St.
Imported drinks. Reasonably priced pub grub (burgers, sandwiches, etc.) . Outdoor dining.
Oldest pub in operation (one-hundred forty-seven years). They brew their own beer, light and dark, traditionally served two drinks at a time for $3.50. They also serve excellent pub grub.
Warm Irish pub, nice clientele, good food and beer, Open seven nights til 4am.
This traditional Irish pub serves up traditional Irish music every saturday from 9pm-1am and sunday from 6pm-9pm. No cover charge, 21 to drink, for good food and beer without music come any other time. They are open :Mon-Fri 10am-4am, Sat from 11am-4am, Sun from noon-1am. Subway E F to Lexington, 6 to 51st.
This Irish pub has live music every night, ranging from Traditional Irish jam "Seisiuns" during the week to Celtic Rock on Friday and Saturday. Weekend cover is $5. Bar hours are 10:30am - 4am every day. Ages 21 and over. Subway: 6 to 28th St.
The classiest place on seventh avenue. Great food, great beer and a great atmosphere.
This midtown Irish Pub goes beyond the traditional with their line-up of musicians, readings and classes. Music includes Seanchai performing Celtic HipHop every Friday night, Pat McGuire every Saturday, and live traditional Irish and Folk Rock on Sunday and Tuesday nights. Cover is $5 - $10. Ages 21 and over. Subway: 6 to 28th Ave.
Irish pub with a bar made out of an old organ and live Celtic Rock, Blues, and Traditional Irish music every Friday and Saturday night at 10pm. No cover. All ages. Serving lunch, dinner, and brunch on the weekend. Open 10am - 4am every day. Subway: A, C, E, 1, 2, 3, 9 to 34th St.