Saint Patrick's Day is one of the most important celebrations in Ireland, however today it's widely celebrated all over the world. This holiday of both cultural and religious importance takes place every year on March 17th. Dress up in green, hangout with your friends, and grab a beer and bite at one of the best Irish Pubs of New York City.
One of the oldest and finest Irish pubs in New York City located at 287 3rd Avenue, established back in 1960. A very cosy and welcoming atmosphere of the bar is created with wooden panels on the walls, sawdust covering the floor with a thick layer, and, of course, a real log-burning fireplace. Famous for its original Murphy’s Stout pints, steaming tasty burgers, and steaks this place is definitely worth visiting.
Another excellent place to grab a brew and a bite in anticipation of St. Patrick’s Day, which is literally the oldest Irish pub establishment in New York, dating its opening back to 1854. Located in the East Village neighborhood of NYC, this pub offers light and dark home-brewed ale along with traditionally accompanying them raw onions, cheese plates and delicious burgers. Should you drop in this place, nice and welcoming bartenders will make sure you have a really good time.
The Landmark Tavern is a historic Irish pub and restaurant that preserves the classic old charm and spirit of New York. Build originally on a waterfront of Hudson River to serve dock workers and moved on land later, this place still offers magnificent water views. You will find traditional Irish and American favorites among dishes on the menu and will enjoy your time in authentic Irish setting.
Donovan’s Pub is situated in Woodside neighborhood of Queens. This Irish tavern is known for its juicy and tasty half-pounder burgers that go well with several rounds of finest beer, that can be grabbed from the bar in the center, as well as with homemade fries. Relish yourself in a truly Celtic environment masterfully recreated at this place.
The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog is one of the recently opened Irish pubs, which combine both Irish spirit and good old New York feeling. Named after an infamous Irish-American gang, this place is admitted to be one of the best in the city. The first floor provides guests with a great beer and whiskey pub experience, while the second floor offers a great variety of cocktails in addition to traditional Irish drinks.
This Irish Pub is conveniently located in the Hell’s Kitchen district of Manhattan only few minutes away from most of the Broadway theatres. This place has over 20 sorts of beer, some of which are known to be best in New York. A unique atmosphere of a truly Irish pub is created with a variety of games such as pool and dart available for customers as well as a sports lounge, which makes it a perfect place to watch a sport event.
737 9th Ave, New York, NY 10019
#7. Paddy Reilly's Music Bar
If you're looking for the best Guinness pint in the city, Paddy Reilly’s should without any doubt be your destination. Not only this pub serves excellent beer, but it also offers live performances every night, being a home for best traditional-oriented Irish and Irish rock music. Don't miss this opportunity to relax with your friends letting the beautiful sounds of music carry you away.
519 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10016
#8. Tir Na Nog
Offering two locations in the heart of New York City – at Penn Station and Times Square, this cozy inviting pub would be the right choice for hanging out with your friends, celebrating the famous Irish holiday. Tir Na Nog (“The Land of Youth”) is a place where authentic Irish cuisine is served, including shepherd’s pie, smoked salmon sandwich and other Celtic-influenced dishes.
5 Penn Plaza, New York, NY 10001
315 W 39th St New York, NY 10018
#9. Stout NYC
Two Dubliners owning the place made a big effort to make this place a home away from home. Decorated in the style of medieval fortress with stone walls and floors, this is a three-level pub that offers a very wide variety of drinks of over 200 brands, and delicious burgers of your own choice along with other delicacies, such as oysters.
133 W 33rd St, New York, NY 10003
“Sláinte” pronounced as slahn-chuh, is an Irish toast expression. This modern tavern has brick walls and wooden furnishings, and several flat-screen TV for sports fans to fully enjoy their time. One will be surprised by a great selection of both craft and bottled beers on the menu, and will be surely pleased to hear the Irish accent of the barmen.
304 Bowery, New York, NY 10012
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