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We visited on a Saturday and had to queue to get in. The place was rammed and we squeezed our way to the bar. The choice was light or dark beer in tiny glasses. That was it. Nothing else lol.
The atmosphere was great though...More
One member of staff from Tipperary was very helpful and nice,but one other was very rude and ignorant and hostile forcing us to leave leaving drinks unfinished. We were on holiday from Ireland ,this marred what had been a nice evening.
Very old ale house in New York City, we always get the light Ale and its served two at a time. order some cheese and crackers to hold you over until Lunch or Dinner in the city. its a must stop when your in the...More
This is one of my favorite bars in New York. It’s not really somewhere I would spend a night, but it’s a great place to start the night off. It’s got loads of character, and a lot of old times memorabilia. It can get quite...More
You just have to see this place. In town for work and a coworker who lives in the neighborhood brought me here today. They have two kinds of beer, light and dark. We had both. This place has been here since the 1850’s so if...More
This place is very unique, lots of wood and very old. Both dark & light beers were good. The mugs probably hold about 10 oz. and you get some foam, still a good deal and a great experience. The cheese & crackers (and raw onions)...More
I always drop by McSorley´s when I´m visiting New York. This is a genuine old pub and it does not look like it has changed much since the opening back in 1800- something.
The beer tastes great and instead of taking time to choose between...More
Our friends took us to this place, the oldest pub in NYC.
loved the atmosphere, sawdust on the floor and the choice of dark or light beer. each beer served in two glasses per person, crashed down on the table. no frills, lots of history...More