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.
In 1868 Patrick Henry Carley opened his Landmark Tavern, an Irish Waterfront Saloon. In those days there was no 12th Avenue, just the shores of the Hudson, on which his Tavern sat. Mr. and Mrs. Carley designed their new saloon to also be a practical home for their children on the second and third floors. This remained as such until prohibition forced them to turn the third floor into a speakeasy.
From pints to burgers-&-wings grub to live bands, this bare-bones Irish pub covers the bar basics. kitchen closes at 7PM Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday the kitchen is open until 1 am. Saturday kitchen is open from noon to 7 pm.
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Homey pub with a working fireplace offering Irish-American eats, draft beer & whiskey.
Bar with a laid-back vibe offering burgers, hand-cut fries & other eats, plus draft brews & TVs. The original Judge Roy Bean (or as we like to call it - “JRB”), was opened in 1995 in the heart of midtown manhattan. Long time restauranteurs & owners Peter Pernicone & Derek Walsh re-launched Judge Roy Bean Public House in August of 2014.
Imported drinks. Reasonably priced pub grub (burgers, sandwiches, etc.) . Outdoor dining.
Old-time bar with Irish bartenders, 2 kinds of ale (light or dark) & sawdust on the floor. McSorley’s can boast of being New York City’s oldest continuously operated saloon.
Easygoing watering hole with a polished wood bar & brass accents, Irish pub fare & pints.
Traditional Irish pub with a typical selection of bar food, served in narrow, upbeat environs.
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.
Long-standing Irish pub serving typical grub in a warm, homey atmosphere lit by Tiffany-style lamps.
Our 6,000 square ft space boasts several intimate dining areas with two fireplaces and two stone cottages. Choose from dishes like the classic shepherd's pie, pan roasted cod with lobster mash or a tender New York
The Perfect Pint is a welcome departure from the typical Irish bars that proliferate Midtown Manhattan. With thirty beers on tap and our own brews
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You may catch a rock band playing on the right night or, if there’s no rock band to be found, you can substitute the real thing with a wannabe rockstar at the karaoke bar downstairs.