95 Pearl St, New York, NY 10004 After doing the work thing (or, for tourists, the Stock Market tour), some folks need a place where they can loosen their ties, unwind, munch on a gyro, and sip a professionally-poured, 20-ounce pint o' stout.
5 Penn Plz, New York, NY 10001 212-630-0249This handsome pub is a true godsend for weary travelers who've just arrived to Penn Station. Learn More
314 W 11th St, New York, NY 10014 West Village setting aside, this gathering spot is a London-style gastro-pub in every sense of the word.
34 E 4th St, New York, NY 10003 No doubt inspired by the neighborhood pubs found in Ireland, this East Village partners with its SoHo (Puck Fair) and Lower East Side (Ulysses) siblings to form a formidable triumvirate of cozy confines, fun times, and good-natured charm.
118 St Marks Pl, between Ave A and 1st Ave, New York, NY 10009 Guinness flows freely, and live folk music can be heard on weekends.
298 LaFayette St, New York, NY 10012 Brothers Swift and Ulysses keep folks in the East Village and Lower East Side, respectively, well stocked with Guinness Stout, fish & chips, and cottage pie.
497 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016 Patrick Kavanagh's is the consummate NYC sports pub: dark mahogany accents, real Irish barkeeps and, plenty of rich Guinness draught.
237 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10003 Paddy Maguire's, a traditional Irish pub, enjoys the combined patronage of students, neighborhood folks and business types.
39 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 10003 Nestled between Bergen and Dean Streets, this Irish-style pub may be older than the bricks surrounding it.
287 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10010 One of the city's coziest watering holes, Molly's is Irish through and through, from friendly staff all the way down to the hardwood floors covered with sawdust.
15 E 7th St, between 2nd & 3rd Aves, New York, NY 10003 An old, emerald standby with close to 150 years under its belt, this Irish bar offers only two distinct libations: McSorley's Light and McSorley's Dark.
1672 3rd Ave, btwn 93rd & 94th Sts, New York, NY 10128 A true, fun-loving Irish sports pub, Kinsale takes very little about itself seriously.
736 10th Ave, between 50th and 51st St, New York, NY 10019 It might not be located in the middle of well-known bars and restaurants, but this Irish pub will not disappoint you with its style and casual atmosphere.
28 Avenue B, Manhattan, NY 10009 Croxley's has a lot of beer. And it's all good beer, too.
148 Hoyt St, Brooklyn, NY 11217 Locals cherish this corner dive for its casual atmosphere, impressive beer selection and top-flight juke box, alone worth the train ride to Boerum Hill.
445 W 238th St, Bronx, NY 10463 Step inside this traditional Irish pub and you'll feel as though you've been swept off to the Emerald Isle mahogany accents and bar, candles, and various pictures and mementos that share an "all things Irish" motif.
334 W 46th St, Between 8th and 9th Aves, New York, NY 10036 O'Flaherty's exudes style and elegance, whether you are in the cozy fireplace area or under the stars in the garden.
145 W 45th St, Times Square, New York, NY 10036 A classy place to grab a pint in the Theatre District, with the 16-foot ceilings, expansive horseshoe-shaped bar, the skylight, exposed brick wall, earthy colors and tiled floor. O'Lunney's also earns applause for its kitchen fare, a surprisingly eclectic array of dishes like Hungarian goulash, corned beef and cabbage, Yankee pot roast and Gaelic steak.
920 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10017 Manchester Pub offers New Yorkers the chance to experience an authentic English-style pub in all its glory.
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