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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...
Bar 89 is located on Mercer St. between Spring and Broome. Bar 89 prides itself on it's wide range of food with great range appetizers, sandwiches and mains. Great variety of drinks.
Classic restaurant & bar in New York's theater district, with American cuisine and seafood specialties.
From a pint of Guinsess, to a nice meal, Ulsses Folk House offers costumers a variety of choices! Some of those choices included an in-depth wine list, spirits list and cocktails!
Located on the corner of 42nd and 800 Second Avenue, in New York City, just minutes from Time Square, McFadden's has come to be known as one of New York's premier bar/restaurants. Our resident DJs and friendly and fun bar staff deliver an experience you will not soon forget! Spread out over several different party rooms, McFadden's can suit your every desire. From food or football, to your Friday night with friends and friends-to-be, come and play at NYC's hottest establishment: McFadden's Restaurant and Saloon.
Are you a soccer fan? Then you must know Nevada Smith's.
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.
In a city that boasts literally thousands of bars & pubs, one name is legendary: P.J. Carney’s. Since 1927, It has been a meeting place, a haven and refuge for New Yorkers from all walks of life: musicians and singers from Carnegie Hall, telephone repairmen, Broadway stars, journalists, hotel porters, etc. The mix of personalities you find here reflects the vitality of central Manhattan itself. People return here again and again. Even those who leave for other cities and countries come visit every time they are back in town. Why? Because P.J. Carney’s is more than a famous New York Institution. For many it is, quite simply, their home away from home.
A pre-prohibition, pre-Internet drinking establishment, Antarctica this year celebrates its 276th year of continuous business. Established the same year that Guinness Stout was invented, Antarctica shares with that beverage a rich, dark history of intoxicating peasants and noblemen alike.
Offers private parties and is closed on Sunday's to host great private events.
Well known among locals and visitors alike as a lounge, a club and an oasis from your everyday. Sit down among the rooftop palms or lay low in the James Bond style martini lounge. Sip a bit before you shake your troubles away on one of our two dance floors. Internationally known DJs spin techno and house for an intimate dance experience all but disappeared from downtown. Just off the historic Union Square, turn the corner and weekly parties, drink specials and hip hop classics beckon.
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.
Swift's draft and bottled beer selection changes daily featuring the best from the US and beyond. Swift boasts a wide array of spirits featuring Irish Whiskeys, Scotches and Bourbons and a seasonal list of house cocktails.
Traditionally Australian food has been influenced by two main groups – the British, who settled the country in the late eighteenth century, and the Aboriginals who occupied the land for more than 40,000 years before then.
Australian cuisine was heavily influenced by the first English settlers, who favored such staples as roasted cuts of meat, grilled steak and chops with vegetables. Despite an array of different influences in the last 200 years, much of this traditional British food has remained a mainstay of Australian cuisine, particularly in Australian pub fare such as meat pies and fish and chips.
Lea, a 60 seat wine bar, reataurant-lounge adds an opulent quality of romance to Grand Central's typically professional ambiance. Behind dark wooden slats, nestled in the hollowed granite halls of the Helmsley building, Invoking a 19th century writer’s den of the romantic period, Lea is a seductive and secluded wine bar and lounge located near Grand Central.
One of New York's best craft beer bars. Craft Beer bar 40 taps, growlers, cask ales and bottles.
In the heart of Times Square and the Theater District, Heartland Brewery & Chophouse is a sophisticated version of our three very popular Heartland Breweries here in Manhattan. Award winning handcrafted beers and delicious house-made sodas complement an enticing American menu.
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.”
The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog embodies the conviviality of Old New York and the Irish-American tradition.
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.
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.
Heartland Brewer and Beer Hall is the fourth beer hall to opened under the Heartland Brewery. The Beer Hall is located at the South Street Seaport at the corner of Fulton Street and faces Pier 17 and the East River. The bar offers great food, a wide range of seasonal beers on tap and even has a function room for private parties.
Named after the historic town of Kinsale in County Cork is an ideal place to watch your favorite U.S. and international games including many closed circuit soccer, rugby and Gaelic games.
In business for more than twenty years, the Kinsale Tavern offers the best value and fairest prices in all of New York City. oin Enjoy a proper pint of Guinness at New York's most authentic Irish pub (as hailed by the New York Times and Washington Times)! Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Coffee and Drinks.
Named for Irish folklore "fairy-woman", the owners of Trinity Pub bring you The Banshee Pub. A good-looking, lovely, local Irish pub, with a tastefully hand-painted mural. Friendly Irish bartenders will make you feel like a regular. It's a cozy bar, with intimate, comfortable seating areas and back parlor to attract a professional, hip, crowd.
Featuring state-of-the-art sound system playing all the popular tunes and three TVs for your viewing pleasure. Also guest bartenders every Thursday night.
Hidden away, on a side street in the most unlikely of places, Brandy's is one of the Upper East Side's best-kept secrets. This intimate spot showcases live talent every night of the week and has been for over 30 years. This extremely friendly and warm bar invites its patrons to participate and sing along to show tunes and old classics performed by talented professionals. This is definitely a great spot to end an evening - especially with a date.
The Fulton is an high end bar located on Fulton in New Yorks Financial district. It offers great service, great decor and sitting area as well as inwall plasma TV's to ensure all you sports nuts get your weekly serve. The food is great with a wide range of appetizers and mains.
Lively Neighborhood for Good Times and Craft Beer.
Owned by former New York Rangers hockey player Sean Avery, the warren 77 is a sports bar and restaurant in the Tribeca area. The menu includes a great variety of cocktails, wine and beer. The food includes traditional bar snacks and classic American dishes such as Mac and Cheese. Great place to watch a game and share a drink.
Bounce is located at 1403 2nd Avenue, on the corner of 73rd Street in New York, NY. Bounce. Reinventing the Sports Bar in New York City.