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visited this place numerous times - next to out hotel so we treated it like the local, brilliant atmosphere, service impeccable, staff great made you feel really welcome and not like a tourist, no matter the day or time this place is busy, also free...More
Thanks to WT for opening up early for everyone who did the climb for MS(Kim)!
Great bar, loved the huge cozy sitting area with TV, and nice spot downstairs for ping pong.
I am hoping to go back on St. Patrick’s Day🍀
We wanted to find a bar for our last night in New York.
We stumbled upon the Whiskey Trader, looked at eachother and hoped they served other drinks than the name of the bar.
And luckily they did. We had such a great time, and...More
Fantastic location near to Central Park. Stopped in here for a beer after being on foot all day.
It was $4 for a pint of Bud Lite, which is an amazing price for Midtown Manhattan.
Bartender was attentive and speedy and supplied free bowls of...More
After a lovely meal at Pizzarte next door, we stopped by for a post-dinner drink. Good atmosphere which makes you feel at home right away and there is also a good selection of drinks at reasonable prices for Manhattan.
After a long day on foot around the city , this was our 'regular' and we enjoyed many cold beers before heading out for dinner . We could not tell what kind of crowd or niche it held in the city because it seemed there...More
We were lucky to come across this bar as we had just returned our Bikes from riding around Central Park so were ready for liquid lubrication . Nice atmosphere and pleasant barman and plenty of choices on draft at reasonable prices. Nice clean Ladies restroom....More
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