New York State Bars & Pubs
Located on Historic Stone Street, this Irish Style Bar and Restaurant could be just as easily nestled on a side street of Dublin City. The Dubliner, a replica of an Irish Bar with its authentic Irish feel is a must see.
Bar 43 is a premier bar and grill. located just off Queens Blvd on 43 rd St. Bar 43 offers top notch entertainment, food, and cocktails. There are 13 plasma TVs, showing all major sports at all times. Whether you want to kick back with the boys and watch the game or its girls night out there is something for everyone.
The Dugout Pub is a problem-free and offers many things for many people. Rob Renaud, The owner of the Dugout knows how to throw a party. The Dugout Pub offers numerous activities for customers, with Beer Pong, Darts and themed nights.
Irish pub with a great beer selection. The kitchen uses the freshest ingredients and prepares them to perfection. Brunch specials on Saturday and Sunday.
Barcade is a bar in Brooklyn, New York featuring 20+ vintage arcade games from the 1980s and draft beer from local and regional microbreweries. It is located at 388 Union Avenue in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, near the Lorimer stop on the L train. The bar was opened in 2004 in a former metal shop and won immediate acclaim for its unique combination of vintage arcade games and rare American craft.
The Union Hall is a 5,000 square foot bar, restaurant and live music venue in the heart of Park Slope, Brooklyn. <br> It offers cozy firesides, a stately library, two indoor bocce courts, outdoor garden seating, and a downstairs bar and music venue. New York Press says Union Hall "offers downtown style mixed with Brooklyn's trademark down-to-earth friendliness."
The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog embodies the conviviality of Old New York and the Irish-American tradition. <br> The ground-floor Taproom offers an informal setting for the enjoyment of craft beer, bottled punch, and whiskeys of the world, with lunch served daily. <br> Upstairs, the sumptuous Parlor focuses on small plates, communal punch, and 72 historically-accurate cocktails dreamed up by the nineteenth century’s most celebrated bartenders.
Remember, while you're patronizing the bustling stands of the green market, that Heartland Brewery is right across the street. Come on in, put down those shopping bags and stay for a bite and a pint...or two...
Enjoy a mixture of contemporary Irish dining, fine ales, lagers and stouts, live GAA, live entertainment, a genuine Irish atmosphere and friendly service from Irish staff and people the world over. The Irish have always known that Irish Pubs allow people to relax and be themselves.
Are you a soccer fan? Then you must know Nevada Smith's.
Burrito Bar is a Mexican restaurant which offers a 'groovy' scene for drinking too. Burrito Bar use's fresh ingredients for it's meals and specializes in Margaritas.
Opening its doors in 1998 David Coppefield's House of Beer is a New York institution. David Copperfield's is New York City's original restaurant dedicated to the cause of craft made beer and homemade food. Located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan we have a unique offering: a full range of craft brewed beers, from pilsners and imperial stouts to hefe-weizens and cask-conditioned ales, over 30 taps and over 100 bottles of beer, We also offer a fine selection of Single Malt Scotch, Tequila and Bourbon along with all the good times. <br> The Bar & Restaurant feature nightly specials and great Happy Hour offerings every night! A big screen television displays college and pro games.
The perfect place to get together with friends! Whether your gathering is small or large, at the Rambling House everything is arranged to suit your needs. Try the authentic Irish and Irish-American favorites, as well as daily lunch and dinner specials. Rambling House has a huge variety of beers on tap by the bottle, and all your favorite spirits!
An establishment used for selling and drinking alcoholic beverages during the period of the United States history known as Prohibition (1920-1933) when selling or buying alcohol was illegal. The end of Prohibition was marked by President FDR famously announcing, “WHAT AMERICA NEEDS NOW IS A DRINK.”
A stylish and sophisticated bar / restaurant with eastern European inspired food and drink menu. So whether you are looking to spend a calm evening over a meal that will make your mom look bad or whether you are more of a shot drinking adventurer, Club 21 Bar & Lounge is the place for you.
Woodhaven House in Rego Park is an Irish pub. A neighborhood crowd, of all ages, including families, comes for dinner and stays for drinks. The attention and care is obvious, not just in the dark wood bar, leather booths, and frosted, etched glass, but in the food and service. On busy Woodhaven Boulevard, Woodhaven House is a good pit stop close to the Queens Center Mall.