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Can't believe it. After 10 years of visiting this pub to find it has closed its doors due to increase in rent. we will sorely miss our visits here with great food, great staff and great atmosphere. I wish all the staff the best with...More
Irish pub... well you can’t go wrong with an Irish pub. After being in NYC a few day you find the food is very much the same and you want something different or like home.... we went straight to a Irish bar had a nice...More
I visited this place twice when I was in New York, my husband and I popped in for a few drinks one afternoon, the girls really looked after us and the food that was coming out looked really good so we went back the following...More
I visited this bar with my family. We were seated quickly and the waitress was great. I asked for the bill which was brought promptly. I gave the lady my card and she came back to advise that the payment was declined. I told her...More
We darted in here to dodge the NY downpour
Pleasantly surprised as from outside not the most inviting.
Asked for a table for drinks only and was sat close to bar.
The pub itself is warm and friendly plenty of screens showing every conceivable American...More
My wife and I craved some traditional Irish pub fare, so we gave the Irish Pub a try. Outstanding, hearty cuisine. A bit noisy on the second time; but pleasant the other times.
Strongly recommended: the Beef and Guinness stew. The Sheperd's Pie is pretty...More
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