This funky and friendly Irish pub offers Guinness on tap and gets rowdy during live folk music performances. Get cozy inside or, on a warm day, enjoy a pint in the beer garden.
Kinsale's is a fun, friendly and boisterous Irish-pub inspired sports bar. Patrons watch the latest sports match on flat screen TVs and munch of food from a menu that offers traditional Irish favorites along with tasty pub food.
Located in Midtown Manhattan, the aim at Tír na nÓg is to offer a traditional, friendly Irish pub experience with a tasty "New American" menu. With an interior or dark wood (some pieces even brought over from Ireland) and a drinks menu of beers and wine, the pub is a great place to relax and unwind after a long day at work or sightseeing.
Established in 1960, Molly's is one of the most popular and traditional Irish bars in New York. Open daily for lunch and dinner, and brunch on the weekends.
A family owned and operated Irish Pub & Restaurant.
Located on Restaurant Row, O'Flaherty's is an upscale Irish pub offering fun in the form of pool tables and darts. The pub serves a range of beers on tap and the menu includes Irish and American favorites.
Smith's jazz room music nightly at 9 p.M. No cover charge. Smith's is where you take a break, relax and feel like a real New Yorker.
Mr. Dennehy's is located in the West Village area of Manhattan, on Carmine St. at the corner of 7th Avenue South.